dimethylaminoethanol(redirected from beta-hydroxyethyldimethylamine)
An organic compound believed by its users to stimulate the nervous system, prevent or slow mental deterioration and memory loss, and increase energy. Research for application to ADHD were promising but inconclusive; it decreases the lifespan of experimental models, such as quail.
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