Agreed.As long as it's declared on the label I say adults can make adult decisions. I am with Hi-tech as when they were in court the FDA scientist admitted that they were able to isolate a small amount of DMAA from geranium, an herb previously sold prior to the DSHEA being passed, meaning it MEETS ALL REQUIREMENTS to be sold as a dietary supplement. Despite this being admitted in open court they still asserted dmaa is illegal. So as we are seeing more and more these days rules don't really matter.
In other news, my wife received TWO PDR emergency updates regarding new deadly side effects discovered in FDA APPROVED medications. Till they get their own house in order stop worrying about supplements.
But what are the chances that they actually put it on the label? I don't know any of those supps so I could be dead wrong but I'd say those chances are slim.