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January 2022

Higenamine and Hordenine

Higenamine and Hordenine were recently removed from the FDA Advisory List, but they still aren’t legal in supplements. The FDA will require a New Dietary Ingredient (NDI) notification if manufacturers want to add them to products. These are the first two ingredients to be removed from the FDA Advisory List.

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