Health Canada officially lists geranium as an unapproved drug
Health Canada officially lists geranium as an unapproved drug (aka – Methylhexanamine, MHA, 1,3 dimethylamylamine) by Anthony Roberts
Health Canada has classified the ingredient 1,3 Dimethylamylamine (also known as DMAA, Methylhexanamine or Geranamine)
as an unapproved drug regulated under the Food and Drug Regulations. As a result, it is now subject to the issuance by Health Canada of a Drug Identification Number (DIN) before it can be made available for sale in Canada again. Health Canada is currently working on posting a public communique on their website in the near future.
It is not legal to sell at the moment in Canada, and it can not be sold until someone applies for, and is granted, a license to sell it. Again, in the future, both a Drug Identification Number (DIN) and a product license will be needed for the ingredient to be sold, as the ingredient is not found in nature.
That really sucks! There's alot of great products on the market with geranium. I thought I'd check out the health can. website but couldn't find anything about geranium. Where did you get your info from?