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Buy Steroids online California

Buy Steroids online California.Even though they are illegal without a prescription and banned in sport, steroids can still be purchased on Amazon.com. With schools across the nation developing programs to keep these banned products out of the hands of students, they are able to obtain such compounds with a click of the mouse on Amazon.
Many people have been discussing high school steroid testing and the effectiveness of the programs to control steroid use. The largest such example, in fact one of the largest drug- testing programs in the world, is the University Interscholastic League (UIL) testing program in Texas.
According to Jeff Miller’s article in the Dallas Morning News, “the Legislature initially funded the effort in 2007 with an annual budget of $3 million, but the allotment for the current school year is $750,000 – after a cut to $1 million a year earlier.” The statistics show 51,635 tests conducted from February 2008 through May 2010 with 21 positives for a positive rate of less than 0.0005% of the total. The discussion over effectiveness, and indeed the utility of the money, rages and rightfully so.
As the discussion continues, we reviewed the policies and the testing menu for potential sources of the issue and in hopes of addressing the problem that many believe remains. Surprisingly, there are only ten steroids included in the testing panel according to information we reviewed from an Open Records Request, we will not list them here as we do not want to deleteriously impact the program. Meanwhile, the UIL Anabolic Steroid List for 2010-11 is posted on its website and contains 36 anabolic steroids (33 actually as two are duplicate listings and one is not a known steroid under the name listed). It lists those compounds “contained in section 481.104 of the Texas Health and Safety Code.”
Unfortunately and of significant concern is that neither of these lists include compounds that are readily available on online providers. These steroids on Amazon.com are easy to purchase and unmarked as banned substances to consumers. A drug like methasterone, otherwise known as Superdrol, is not on either list. It was for sale under the name CEL M-Drol as a steroid on Amazon.com until we exposed it early this year. After we helped break the story with Amy Shipley in the Washington Post on January 19, the product was removed from the site. So too were CEL’s X-Tren and P-Plex, which contain the steroids ‘Tren’ and Madol as we described in our post on the topic. Again, neither appears to be included on the lists governing UIL testing.