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Sarms control act

fasurt

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What do you think about this. Should I stack up on favorite Sarms in pill farm for longer shelf life? How long do you think before passed. What will I do without GW50516!
 

RickRock

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Sarms will always be available underground regardless, so I wouldn't worry much
 

Christmas

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Banning something because it promotes muscle growth is literally the stupidest reason to ban something. “Oh, this drug causes stomach bleeding, vomiting, liver damage, and possible death? Let’s make it OTC.
This drug builds muscle and has almost no side effects? Better make it illegal.”
 

DylanGemelli

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Banning something because it promotes muscle growth is literally the stupidest reason to ban something. “Oh, this drug causes stomach bleeding, vomiting, liver damage, and possible death? Let’s make it OTC.
This drug builds muscle and has almost no side effects? Better make it illegal.”
all about money dude...
 

Christmas

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I know. Numerous “natural” supplement companies have voiced their approval to ban them. Because most supplements are overpriced junk anyway. Like that CrazyBulk ads I keep seeing.
They say it’s for consumer health, which is total crap. It’s all about money and sales. Athletes are always looking for an edge, and are the biggest supplement consumers.
 
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