A few months ago, we were sad to tell you that USPLabs was done manufacturing their original OxyELITE Pro and Jack3d supplements. What we didn’t know* is that they still had a good amount to be sold off from earlier production runs.
That stockpile they had is no more: We are sad to report that USPLabs voluntarily destroyed $8 Million Dollars worth of remaining OEP and Jack3d. This is because of mounting pressure from the FDA surrounding the ingredient DMAA, shown as 1,3 Dimethylamylamine HCl on the OxyELITE label.
* As a reminder, this site is not run by USPLabs, nor are we affiliated with them in any manner. We are a third-party fan club, support group, and deal-finder.
Products from GNC warehouses were also seized — totaling over 3,000 cases!
Big fan of the original OEP? Get it while you can
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It’s tough to plan for your next diet cycle, but the next time you want it, you might not have access to it. Due to the destruction of these supplements, what’s left at the stores (in the price listings on this site) is basically it.
It’s important to note that DMAA isn’t fully banned, but USP is simply done selling it or producing it. Customers who follow the label instructions and have clean bills of health should still see incredible success, as covered on the rest of the site.
There’s a lot more to the story, but this is not the time or place.
There are still other optionsThe good news? For a while, the new OxyELITE Pro formula has been out, and users are still having great success. There’s also a delicious OxyELITE Pro Powder which has a few other ingredients as well!
We still believe that OxyELITE Pro original is safe for users who use it properly, but the research doesn’t matter much as it will all be gone soon anyway.
So stock up if you haven’t yet.
Word is that Jack3d Advanced will be out soon (our write-up is coming)… perhaps OxyELITE Pro Advanced will be there as well?!
- $8M in dietary supplements containing DMAA destroyed, USA Today
- U.S. Moves to Seize Dietary Supplement From GNC Warehouses, New York Times