DEA looking to add four new steroids to Schedule III

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  1. DEA looking to add four new steroids to Schedule III


    DEA looking to add four new steroids to Schedule III

    The Designer Anabolic Steroid Control Act of 2014 gave the United States Attorney General the power to temporarily (and permanently) add new anabolic steroids to Schedule III, thereby making them controlled substances. This power hasn’t been used, ever, since it was codified into law. In fact, as near as I can tell, it’s never even been discussed at the Attorney General level.

    But last month, on August 2nd and 3rd, the Department of Defense held a conference on nutrition and dietary supplements, where the DEA revealed that they were currently in the process of modifying regs, first by initiating temporary scheduling, then by initiating the process to formally control.

    The products mentioned by the DEA for scheduling are:

    Alpha One
    (17α-methyl-5α-androst-1-ene-3β 17β-diol)

    Dymethazine
    (17β-hydroxy 2,17α-dimethyl 5α-androstan 3-one azine)

    Methylstenbolone
    (2,17α-dimethyl-5α-androsta-1-en-17β-ol-3-one)

    4-DHEA/4-ANDRO
    (androst-4 ene 3β,17β-diol)

    Source: https://medium.com/@anthonyroberts/d...i-1bd819b2e8eb
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  2. Smh!
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  3. Who voted these idiots in office? America.. home of the free...indeed.

  4. There goes all our nice things
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  5. Nothing to stop them from doing it, Jared makes a lot of money from 4-dhea though so I assume he'll try and get an injunction over that one since there is plenty of legal argument for it being a derivative or metabolite of dhea which is explicitly exempted from DASCA and is a legal ingredient.
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  6. Should make for some good 4-andro sales in the very near future though...lol

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  8. Quote Originally Posted by justhere4comm View Post
    Who voted these idiots in office? America.. home of the free...indeed.
    Uggh...absolutely disgusting. Not to mention a waste of resources..

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Prince View Post
    DEA looking to add four new steroids to Schedule III

    The Designer Anabolic Steroid Control Act of 2014 gave the United States Attorney General the power to temporarily (and permanently) add new anabolic steroids to Schedule III, thereby making them controlled substances. This power hasn’t been used, ever, since it was codified into law. In fact, as near as I can tell, it’s never even been discussed at the Attorney General level.

    But last month, on August 2nd and 3rd, the Department of Defense held a conference on nutrition and dietary supplements, where the DEA revealed that they were currently in the process of modifying regs, first by initiating temporary scheduling, then by initiating the process to formally control.

    The products mentioned by the DEA for scheduling are:

    Alpha One
    (17α-methyl-5α-androst-1-ene-3β 17β-diol)

    Dymethazine
    (17β-hydroxy 2,17α-dimethyl 5α-androstan 3-one azine)

    Methylstenbolone
    (2,17α-dimethyl-5α-androsta-1-en-17β-ol-3-one)

    4-DHEA/4-ANDRO
    (androst-4 ene 3β,17β-diol)

    Source: https://medium.com/@anthonyroberts/d...i-1bd819b2e8eb
    Quote Originally Posted by De__eB View Post
    Nothing to stop them from doing it, Jared makes a lot of money from 4-dhea though so I assume he'll try and get an injunction over that one since there is plenty of legal argument for it being a derivative or metabolite of dhea which is explicitly exempted from DASCA and is a legal ingredient.
    They're looking to ban the compound: androst-4 ene 3β,17β-diol

    That is 4-androstenediol


    4-ANDRO is 4-Androstene-3b-ol, 17-one



    Effectively, they want to ban the 4-AD from back in the day, not 4-ANDRO (which we use today)



    It's early and I've only had one cup of coffee, but I'm pretty sure I have my nomenclatures correct on this
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  10. Whats the Department of Defense have to do with Supplements...?
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by vujade View Post
    Whats the Department of Defense have to do with Supplements...?
    It's early my man. Have a cup of covfefe (_)p

  12. Quote Originally Posted by VaughnTrue View Post
    They're looking to ban the compound: androst-4 ene 3β,17β-diol

    That is 4-androstenediol


    4-ANDRO is 4-Androstene-3b-ol, 17-one



    Effectively, they want to ban the 4-AD from back in the day, not 4-ANDRO (which we use today)



    It's early and I've only had one cup of coffee, but I'm pretty sure I have my nomenclatures correct on this
    Oh cool, I didn't really even look at the compound nomenclature, just the title 4-DHEA/4-ANDRO.

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  13. Quote Originally Posted by vujade View Post
    Whats the Department of Defense have to do with Supplements...?
    There's a lot of supplements sold in military consignment stores, and your unit potentially failing drug tests or going to jail is bad for readiness.
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by VaughnTrue View Post
    They're looking to ban the compound: androst-4 ene 3β,17β-diol

    That is 4-androstenediol

    4-ANDRO is 4-Androstene-3b-ol, 17-one

    Effectively, they want to ban the 4-AD from back in the day, not 4-ANDRO (which we use today)

    It's early and I've only had one cup of coffee, but I'm pretty sure I have my nomenclatures correct on this
    I am pretty sure that 4-AD was banned years ago just like its sister 1-AD was.
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by VaughnTrue View Post
    They're looking to ban the compound: androst-4 ene 3β,17β-diol

    That is 4-androstenediol


    4-ANDRO is 4-Androstene-3b-ol, 17-one



    Effectively, they want to ban the 4-AD from back in the day, not 4-ANDRO (which we use today)



    It's early and I've only had one cup of coffee, but I'm pretty sure I have my nomenclatures correct on this
    Ehh, wasn't 4-ad already banned back in 2004?

  16. Quote Originally Posted by Sdog77 View Post
    Ehh, wasn't 4-ad already banned back in 2004?
    They've actually banned multiple nomenclatures of the same compounds on several occasions, because they apparently don't actually have anybody at the DEA that understands science.
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by De__eB View Post
    They've actually banned multiple nomenclatures of the same compounds on several occasions, because they apparently don't actually have anybody at the DEA that understands science.
    And that right there is the scariest part. lol

  18. Quote Originally Posted by Prince View Post
    I am pretty sure that 4-AD was banned years ago just like its sister 1-AD was.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sdog77 View Post
    Ehh, wasn't 4-ad already banned back in 2004?
    Quote Originally Posted by De__eB View Post
    They've actually banned multiple nomenclatures of the same compounds on several occasions, because they apparently don't actually have anybody at the DEA that understands science.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sdog77 View Post
    And that right there is the scariest part. lol


    I don't think it was ever specifically added to the CIII list of banned ingredients, but I could be wrong.

    All I know is the provided nomenclature in the OP is not 4-ANDRO that is sold today.
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  19. So consensus is 4-ad already banned, but it would be sad to lose DMZ and alpha1 those are both potentially on the chopping block, right?
    Original AM log: http://anabolicminds.com/forum/steroids/264178-first-am-log.html

  20. They test for AAS in the military? What about substances banned by USADA? I honestly have no clue. It'd take a TON of time and money and I don't think the army would care if their guys were hitting the sost.

  21. Well buggered if I can find anything about this on fda or dea websites.

  22. Any updates on this? Maybe they got busy with the “opioid crisis” and forgot about scheduling more prohormones?
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  23. Quote Originally Posted by sinewave3 View Post
    Any updates on this? Maybe they got busy with the “opioid crisis” and forgot about scheduling more prohormones?
    that and now they are after CBD oil, cause you know Big Pharma can't have any natural alternatives legally available to compete against their poison.
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  24. Quote Originally Posted by sinewave3 View Post
    Any updates on this? Maybe they got busy with the “opioid crisis” and forgot about scheduling more prohormones?
    that and now they are after CBD oil, cause you know Big Pharma can't have any natural alternatives legally available to compete against their poison.
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