They still have to follow the laws of labeling everything thats in it... At least I think they do.
adding a carbon molecule at the end, to make it just slightly diffrent supplement....
i know they dont want fda regulation... but to get an edge, do you think they cross the line? taint there products maybe? idk.. just curious i guess.
The second supplements start adding non naturally occurring ingredients, the FDA can get involved. No one wants that.
AAS/PH are readily accessible. It makes no sense for a company to include those in their sport supplements.
Both AAS/PH also require a strict dosing protocol with proper cycle aids and PCT in order to prevent side effects and maximize efficiency of the products...There would be no way for a company to ensure proper dosages if it was just spread into a product like protein.
Corey where do you get all your info on aas/ph?
I got a sample of NO Explode 2.0 Watermelon, I thought it tasted disgusting.
Fruit Punch by S.A.N>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
There's still a market for prohormones. They're not all illegal...some are though. They can't be sold as supplements. To be considered a supplement, all ingredients must be naturally occurring. Once there's a non naturally occurring ingredient, it can no longer be categorized as a supplement, and must be categorized as a drug.
I could get any PH cycle online right now, and it would be shipped to my door within the next few days. They're easily accessible and legal for the most part.
Is it just me or is blue razz flavor c4 preworkout noticeably stronger than fruit pinch flavor?