Unanswered FDA Bans Laxo!!

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WTF?!?! This is absolute ludicrous. Banning laxogenin? There’s so much worse out there they should be focusing on. I pray Epicatechin is not next. jokes on them since laxo doesn’t do much lol
 
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Let’s hope they don’t ban flipping Epicatechin. Don’t think they could , or else they’re going to have to ban green tea 🤦‍♂️
 

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WTF?!?! This is absolute ludicrous. Banning laxogenin? There’s so much worse out there they should be focusing on. I pray Epicatechin is not next. jokes on them since laxo doesn’t do much lol
They banned arimistane, they don't care if it works, they just like to ban stuff.
 
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It is not banned read the text above the list. They simple say, "hey we are not sure this meets the standard to be considered a DSHEA legal supplement and buyers/retailers/manufacturers may wish to avoid these ingredients."

I have to think they have better things to do but.................
 
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Such a misguided abuse of our resources that it’s nothing short of disgusting.

Meanwhile, focusing efforts on factors that actually do have an impact on public health are simply overlooked due to conflicts of interest. To say that the FDA is corrupt is a huge understatement. Sadly, there is a large percentage of the population that actually trusts them.
 
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Such a misguided abuse of our resources that it’s nothing short of disgusting.

Meanwhile, focusing efforts on factors that actually do have an impact on public health are simply overlooked due to conflicts of interest. To say that the FDA is corrupt is a huge understatement. Sadly, there is a large percentage of the population that actually trusts them.
they’d rather the people sick, brainwashed, weak and controlled. Prayer and faith frees you from the corruption, though. It’s still sad.

in fact... I’m just going to post this here :

deposition in regard to using aborted baby tissue within vaccines. FDA where you at? Laxogenin and prohormones are much worse 🤔. Can’t question those pharmaceutical vaccines , though.
 

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That’s an advisory list, not a banned FDA list. All that means is that some companies may not want to use it due to it being of notice to the FDA but it’s not banned.

It doesn’t do anything much outside of some anecdotal evidence of joint pain.
 
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they’d rather the people sick, brainwashed, weak and controlled. Prayer and faith frees you from the corruption, though. It’s still sad.

in fact... I’m just going to post this here :

deposition in regard to using aborted baby tissue within vaccines. FDA where you at? Laxogenin and prohormones are much worse 🤔. Can’t question those pharmaceutical vaccines , though.

this is what we're doing today?

Vaccines do not use aborted fetal tissue. They use cultured cells obtained from fetal tissue.

How can you possibly have done this little research on the subject yet be so willing to parrot nonsense
 

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this is what we're doing today?

Vaccines do not use aborted fetal tissue. They use cultured cells obtained from fetal tissue.

How can you possibly have done this little research on the subject yet be so willing to parrot nonsense
Oh no, now the bag is open for the anti vaccine nuts!! lmao

I can't believe the poster compared laxogenin to that...
 
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FDA is now looking to help pple save $ from wasting ?

Silly wabbits.
 
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FDA is now looking to help pple save $ from wasting ?

Silly wabbits.
 
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I don't see anything about use in personal care products...
 
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this is what we're doing today?

Vaccines do not use aborted fetal tissue. They use cultured cells obtained from fetal tissue.

How can you possibly have done this little research on the subject yet be so willing to parrot nonsense
How are they obtaining the tissue? And will you deny the deposition I posted?
 
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Oh no, now the bag is open for the anti vaccine nuts!! lmao

I can't believe the poster compared laxogenin to that...
I’m just saying... there are worse within the food and drug market fda should be focusing on 🤷🏻‍♂️
 
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I'm giving laxo one last try. Bought a couple bottle of Epoch for a really good price. Oral laxo is worthless in my opinion but I have never tried TD. Even if the laxo does nothing at least it has other ingredients that I have had results from.
 

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FDA bans laxo for not working.
I agree. I just want to topical laxo a try to see what it does for joints. I bought the Epoch more for the other ingredients. If the laxo does nothing, which is probable, I still got a good deal.
 
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I agree. I just want to topical laxo a try to see what it does for joints. I bought the Epoch more for the other ingredients. If the laxo does nothing, which is probable, I still got a good deal.
Its because 99percent of laxo is syntetic made in china. I would not risk it tbh
 

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not banned just watched and only sell out cuck companies have stopped selling thier laxo products... probably because all their supplements were spiked
 
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Just saw you can get epoch for 20 on their site, is that what it's always been or are they trying to get rid of their stuff?
 

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Does anyone know why the FDA is warning against laxo? Or is it just that when things get popular, the FDA feels like they need to say something about it?
 
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I’m guessing it’s mostly because a large percentage of Laxogenin products have been found to contain ingredients that the FDA has already banned. Not to mention coming up short on containing any Laxogenin at all..
 
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I think it's being added to the list for some simple reasons:

1. Although it is naturally occuring (theoretically), it has never been extracted in large enough amounts to increase human consumption levels to an appreciable degree. This is a similar argument to the DMAA ruling they just finished on. The FDA is claiming that if you can't extract enough of it for human use, then it shouldn't be allowed in products marked as dietary supplements.

2. There have been a good amount of products which feature laxogenin in their formulas, and the products are spiked...or they make non-compliant structure/function claims as set out by the FDA.

It hasn't been banned yet, but any smart company will stop including it in their formulas from here on out as the majority of retailers are going to refuse to stock it for insurance reasons
 
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Before you know it protein bars will be banned ;)
 
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3 month cycle with massacr3. Other than a transient pump effect from vaso6 which subsided after 10-14 days and fewer joint aches...nothing else to report. Silly move for the FDA to go after it nonetheless.
Sorry to read that.

Do you think you are a non-responder to Laxogenin?
 

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