Are you up to speed on information about stimulants and how to tell if a dietary supplement product contains stimulants? Use the OPSS infographic to learn more.

If you would like a copy of this infographic, please use the links below to:

  • download PDF files below.
  • order print copies of the handout on the Health Information Products e-Catalog.
  • download or order a printed version of the poster on the Health Information Products e-Catalog.
Stimulants are often found in supplements (such as pills, powders, and drinks) markted for: •	Pre-workout •	Energy enhancement •	Weight loss How to check for stimulants: •	Read the Supplement Facts label (many stimulants end in “-ine”) •	Check the OPSS Stimulants List •	Look for a warning Example of ingredients to look for: •	Caffeine or caffeine anhydrous •	Yohimbe or yohimbine •	Ephedra or ephedrine (illegal as an ingredient in dietary supplements) •	DMAA or 1,3-dimethylamylamine (illegal as an ingredient