Just wondering if it's possible. There are some good prohormones that are still legal for the time being. I figure the trick is the PCT. Using a prescription drug sold as a research chem for personal use is obviously illegal. Is there any way around this? Thoughts?
Let me rephrase. Is there SERM or SERM alternatives that one could use during PCT that would in full compliance with US law.
products like bulk-up and lean-cut wouldnt necessarily need a serm but more so an otc pct....
a prescription makes the serm legal
Hd @ 50mg for 6 weeks,Originally Posted by rva
Pct assist, reduce xt, inhibit p, erase pro, animal pm, ur spray
A few years ago I very foolishly did a full superdrol cycle without insuring any proper PCT and about a month after my nipples started getting really irritated and sore so I freaked out and went to my doctor where I disclosed to him exactly what I took and he began to lecture me how if I eat the proper foods and exercise moderately I can build muscles and he stated a blood test isn't necessary and that my test levels will eventually balance back out. Needles to say he's no longer my doctor and I told him I'm glad I just paid him to tell me things I already know.
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No way around it if you want anything decent. Research grade chems are pretty legit to order and aren't illegal to have. They cover their asses by putting in the bottle "not for human consumption" .
Only round about I've found, is having my wife tell her doc we were having problems having our second child. (Not true) she was prescribed clomid to regulate her ovulation cycle. Boom. Still not a script in my name, but legal to have in our house and for me to take "by mistake" if desired. If you know someone who just had a kid... Wife, gf, family member. Get em to hook you up
What you do with them is up to you. But you are not breaking any laws by purchasing them.
That's my understanding of it anyway. But believe me when I say you have nothing to worry about. The thought of someone getting in legal trouble for a SERM is so ridiculous it's laughable