Trenazone is no longer in current production. Plans have been made to sell the rights and all proprietary technologies to a new company who will assume the responsibilities of marketing it, so there should be little to no break in availability.

We know that this sudden announcement must raise questions. We apologize in advance for the fact that we will not be able to answer most of them. It's important to emphasize that this does not mean that Trenazone will be gone from the market, it merely means that it'll no longer be an 'Antaeus Labs' product.

Thanks very much for the support over the years. It is truly appreciated, and many big things are still to come.

If you have any questions, let me know guys.