I read this info on the Homeland Security web site and thought it might be of some intrest:
"The U.S. Customs Service enforces Federal laws and regulations, including those of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
A new bill was recently passed by Congress that amends a portion of the Controlled Substances Act (21USC956(a)). This amendment allows a United States resident to import up to 50 dosage units of a controlled medication without a valid prescription at an international land border. These medications must be declared upon ar*****, be for your own personal use and in their original container. However, travelers should be aware that drug products which are not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration may not be acceptable for such importation. FDA warns that such drugs are often of unknown quality and discourages buying drugs sold in foreign countries. For further information visit the FDA'S Office of Regulatory Affairs Website."
Now from my interpitation of this it reads that it would be legal to walk in limited amounts of AAS across the border as long as it is declared. I did not see any info on a time frame for multiple crossings, so I'm not clear if you can make several day trips, but hmmm makes you think.
Here is the site I pulled it from http://www.customs.ustreas.gov/xp/cg...tion_drugs.xml
Anyone else read anything on this, tried it, or have any insight?