Answered Government Ordered to Return Five Truckloads of DMAA to Hi-Tech Pharma

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So they get their 1,3 back but can’t make OG mesomorph (or do anything else) with it so wtf....I can’t support this company with their shady fuckin’ prohormone names anyway...
 

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So they get their 1,3 back but can’t make OG mesomorph (or do anything else) with it so wtf....I can’t support this company with their shady fuckin’ prohormone names anyway...
Shady how?
 
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People have been thru this multiple times on here...

Naming their products anavar, superdrol etc.
 

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People have been thru this multiple times on here...

Naming their products anavar, superdrol etc.
I've never come across it. I see zero issue as long as they list the ingredients correctly as it gives me an idea of what it does. They make some excellent products thought I'm not the biggest fan they make proprietary blends. As long as it works I'm more than good.
 
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I've never come across it. I see zero issue as long as they list the ingredients correctly as it gives me an idea of what it does. They make some excellent products thought I'm not the biggest fan they make proprietary blends. As long as it works I'm more than good.
How does a product that just has some andros in it somehow ever merit being called Superdrol? Superdrol is STRONG. Andros are NOT.
 

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How does a product that just has some andros in it somehow ever merit being called Superdrol? Superdrol is STRONG. Andros are NOT.
It's just a product name. You know how many adderall themes products are out there? The label means nothing it's the quality of the product that matters. Amazon tells a product called Cocaine and it's a soft drink. Do I get upset it's not cocaine...no. That's silly.

Also 1-Andro was as effective as Testosterone in one study so I would hardly call it weak. Not everyone wants or needs illegal steroids.
 
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It's just a product name. You know how many adderall themes products are out there? The label means nothing it's the quality of the product that matters. Amazon tells a product called Cocaine and it's a soft drink. Do I get upset it's not cocaine...no. That's silly.
Superdrol was already an otc product. And it was good.
 
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It’s like making something called Pepsi Cola because you bought the name but it’s actually sprite in there.
 

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It’s like making something called Pepsi Cola because you bought the name but it’s actually sprite in there.
I get that but they don't seem to be trying to deceive people. Looks like sport company marketing. Why would anyone buy something without reading the ingredients first?
 
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It’s like making something called Pepsi Cola because you bought the name but it’s actually sprite in there.
I’m a stickler for that as well. But, as illogical as it sounds, I don’t care as long as they don’t spell it the exact same. Like “Diianabol”, instead of “Dianabol”, lol. Same name doesn’t matter to me as long as the name differentiates it some way
 
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I get that but they don't seem to be trying to deceive people. Looks like sport company marketing. Why would anyone buy something without reading the ingredients first?
I see your probably from hi tech yourself. It’s not sport marketing. It’s deception and it’s aimed at the green newbies who don’t check the labels, hey if the label says it’s superdrol then it’s superdrol right? Not with them it’s not. This subject has been hammered to death. I will never buy anything from that company who sell misleading products. It’s so sooo wrong. They get what they deserve imho. Karma with a capital K
 

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As said above its dumb to name something superdrol when it has no superdrol in it. Clearly shady marketing.
 

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As said above its dumb to name something superdrol when it has no superdrol in it. Clearly shady marketing.
 
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I see your probably from hi tech yourself. It’s not sport marketing. It’s deception and it’s aimed at the green newbies who don’t check the labels, hey if the label says it’s superdrol then it’s superdrol right? Not with them it’s not. This subject has been hammered to death. I will never buy anything from that company who sell misleading products. It’s so sooo wrong. They get what they deserve imho. Karma with a capital K
I don't believe he works with HTP. I did for years and I am not aware of him and I only left about 1 year ago.
 
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I don't believe he works with HTP. I did for years and I am not aware of him and I only left about 1 year ago.
I actually thought you were still with em Vaughn my bad can I ask why you left?
 
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I actually thought you were still with em Vaughn my bad can I ask why you left?
I don't foresee great things for the supplement industry outside of a small portion of the already established/large companies. I have a wife and 3 kids to take care of, and thought it was in our best interest to move to a new industry and start fresh.
 
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I don't foresee great things for the supplement industry outside of a small portion of the already established/large companies. I have a wife and 3 kids to take care of, and thought it was in our best interest to move to a new industry and start fresh.
Don’t blame you. I think you made the right choice.
 
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I don't foresee great things for the supplement industry outside of a small portion of the already established/large companies. I have a wife and 3 kids to take care of, and thought it was in our best interest to move to a new industry and start fresh.
Family has to be taken care of first
 

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I see your probably from hi tech yourself. It’s not sport marketing. It’s deception and it’s aimed at the green newbies who don’t check the labels, hey if the label says it’s superdrol then it’s superdrol right? Not with them it’s not. This subject has been hammered to death. I will never buy anything from that company who sell misleading products. It’s so sooo wrong. They get what they deserve imho. Karma with a capital K
I could care less what other people assume and do. Acting on limited knowledge is what stupid people do. Like claiming someone works for a company just because they like their products.

I got the chemicals I wanted at a fair price so I'm good. If any other brands make something similar with a better price and good quality I would try it.

I used Avant labs naplam should I be upset it doesn't have napalm in it? LOL. You guys are taking it way too seriously. Sometimes a label is just a label.
 
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I like high tech products, I just don’t like that they named their andros after legacy steroids. It does fool the beginners. And that’s just the wrong thing to do.

Their stimulant blends are second to none.
 
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I wonder what they'll do with all the stock they get returned
 
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I like high tech products, I just don’t like that they named their andros after legacy steroids. It does fool the beginners. And that’s just the wrong thing to do.

Their stimulant blends are second to none.
Its a moot point but how many beginners are really looking for these types of products? If they have researched enough to even know what substance names to look for I would assume they can read a label to see what a product actually contains.
 
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Its a moot point but how many beginners are really looking for these types of products? If they have researched enough to even know what substance names to look for I would assume they can read a label to see what a product actually contains.
If by research enough you mean read for five seconds on a Facebook steroid users group. Then yes.

Every beginner wants to take steroids.
 

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