Why do you think Legal Gear (now L.G. Sciences) got shut down over it? Because its legal or illegal? I am going to go with the latter. Superdrol is illegal, plain and simple. The FDA can't make you stop making a product if its not illegal. Its like telling a company to stop making protein powder. They would just laugh at the FDA because they are making money off of it.
Yes, but what you sent me was written in 2004 and about that ban. From everything that I've read this ban only covers three types of prohoromones which are bolds, trens, and p-plexs. In that list of that link there is no coverage of superdrol.
2a,17a di methyl etiocholan 3-one, 17b-ol 10mg
That is the compound that is known as superdrol and it is not covered anywhere in the ban in 2004 or of this upcoming ban. They list the compounds for that reason and those compounds listed are the ones that are banned.
Maybe someone else could chime in on this because I'm very interested and open to finding an answer, but I dont believe superdrol was ever trully banned. If it was how would other companies be able to sale it. If that was true then why would only superdrol still be on the market and 1-dihydrotestosterone not be?
However at the same time I have read the law in which you are talking about that classifies anything related to testostorone as a steroid. Here it isYet I think this just was put in so that the government could cover their reasoning and grounds on banning prohoromones because if this was the law they went by there would be too much debate in whose interepation of what is or isnt actually related to testostorone. I'm not really sure on this and any clarification would be appreciated.Quote