Although i’d wager most of it ends up in humans, it is still sold as a Vetrinary Steroid. As a vetrinary steroid it was never approved for human use, which makes it impossible to get a prescription for it in the usa. add this to the fact that it is a schedule 2 controlled substance in the united states and it becomes quite clear that the only way to get this steroid in the usa is to buy it on the black market. that being said, it is still relatively easy to obtain the real stuff. This is because smuggling almost 2x as much testosterone in the same space is a rather enticing thing, making it commonly available.
ATHLETES: Overtraining can seriously affect performance. Researchers have identified several short term key markers that result from overtraining, including "impaired anaerobic lactic acid performance and a reduced time to exhaustion". [ 7 ] The same study discusses many other soon-to-follow issues including problems with uric acid levels, ammonia, creatine kinase, free testosterone/cortisol, growth hormone and so on. More subjective issues include excessively sore muscles and sleep and mood disorders. Again, overtraining is real and leads to real physiological issues.
You know, that is really not true. I have a blog about diabetes and the 86 million people in the US who are at present pre-diabetic which is very sad. In less than 3 years, it is possible that all 86 million of those people will be type 2 diabetic. I would go to any length which includes suggesting supplements that I have used to help deplete my need for any “prescription by big pharma”; they do nothing but prolong the diabetes because it can be cured with proper diet, exercise, and rest. All of these things can be enhanced ten fold by using supplements that I have suggested. These suggestions do not come from a flip of the switch either. Thanks for listening. I understand your theory but not all of us are “big pharma salaried”.