How To Get Tren: Steroids are anabolic substances that enhance the performance of many sports men including bodybuilders.
Recently the worlds largest bodybuilding site Bodybuilding.com was raid for selling steroids. According to several news articles a few products were found to contain anabolic steroids. The products confiscated included the following ingredients: Madol, Tren, Superdrol, Androstenedione, and Turinabol.
How can Bodybuilding.com make a huge mistake such as this one? Did they really distribute products containing steroids?
The answer is actually very simple. The ingredients mention are consider to have steroidal effects but were not consider steroids before. Some years back, the FDA allow the so-call pro-hormones to sold legally. This pro-hormones are substances which when broken down by the body become synthetic testosterone. A form of steroid.
Technically these pro-hormones are not steroids but turn into steroids when introduced to the body. Simply put the listed materials that the FDA tested and found to be active in some products were not previously classified as steroids.
It did not help that these products were market to have “steroid-like” effects. They are nowhere near as potent the real testosterone based steroids. But claims like these did attract the attention of many buyers. Unfortunately, it also caught the attention of the FDA.
It seems that these steroid-like pro-hormones were re-classify by the FDA. Putting them on the same class of illegal substances as steroids.
Therein lays the dilemma. The definition of steroids. The FDA needs to put out a comprehensive list on what it classifies as illegal steroid substances.
It is thought that the FDA will release guidelines so strict that the supplement industry might only allow to sell Protein Powders. It wasn’t that long ago that creatine got center stage in the steroid saga.