Pro-Hormones Taken Off The Shelf:

  • Celticmusl

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    Jan 07, 2010 8:00 PM GMT
    Just recently got an email from a supplement company I use for online purchases. They warn everyone that the pro-hormones are no longer available for purchase.

    The crazy thing is, now that they are banned, I want to buy some! Before, when they were readily available at your local GNC it was easy to walk away from them thinking "well, maybe some day if I get desperate about my gains, etc". I checked on a few other web sites to see they are still available, last of stock, sometimes a big markup in price, available on amazon, etc. Just pissed that FDA has to treat the general population like we are all ignorant bastards that don't understand how to use these products in a responsible manner. But of course tobacco, alcohol, and sleep meds known to cause suicidal thoughts and attempts are fine.
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    Jan 07, 2010 8:34 PM GMT
    I thought pro-hormone supplements were banned a long time ago. Or maybe it was just California. I really liked 1AD from Ergopharm. I used it whenever I felt like I hit a plateau and I've had great results from using it. I was bummed when they took it off the shelves. I didn't feel the need to stock up though. That would only delay the inevitable. icon_neutral.gif
  • Celticmusl

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    Jan 07, 2010 9:24 PM GMT
    xrichx saidI thought pro-hormone supplements were banned a long time ago. Or maybe it was just California. I really liked 1AD from Ergopharm. I used it whenever I felt like I hit a plateau and I've had great results from using it. I was bummed when they took it off the shelves. I didn't feel the need to stock up though. That would only delay the inevitable. icon_neutral.gif


    There have been a few waves of banning. 1AD and the like were banned first, quite a few years ago. Over the last few years there was yet another ban on some designer pro-hormones, all based on the popularity of a base ball player's biography and how Pres Bush wanted to get rid of those evil hormones. This last round are designer pro-hormones off of the designer pro-hormones where they tweak it just so they can get it out on the market and say "see, these chemicals are not on the banned list". Now they are even taking almost-benign anti-estrogens off the market. Not sure if DHEA is even available now.

    Basically, if you wanted to try some mild pro-hormones you had that choice. Now it is either stay clean, or find yourself a black market steroid dealer and take your chances with the harsh stuff.
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    Jan 07, 2010 9:26 PM GMT
    Celticmusl saidJust recently got an email from a supplement company I use for online purchases. They warn everyone that the pro-hormones are no longer available for purchase.

    The crazy thing is, now that they are banned, I want to buy some! Before, when they were readily available at your local GNC it was easy to walk away from them thinking "well, maybe some day if I get desperate about my gains, etc". I checked on a few other web sites to see they are still available, last of stock, sometimes a big markup in price, available on amazon, etc. Just pissed that FDA has to treat the general population like we are all ignorant bastards that don't understand how to use these products in a responsible manner. But of course tobacco, alcohol, and sleep meds known to cause suicidal thoughts and attempts are fine.


    Because we are ignorant bastards.

    Who can dispute that?
  • jperfit

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    Jan 07, 2010 11:51 PM GMT
    you can still get pro hormones but they can only be distributed where their is a licensed nutritional practioner on staff