I was just at GNC with my chick tonight to pick up a bottle of Methyl-D so she can start taking a very small dose, and the guy said as of March 31 GNC will no longer have any pro-hormone or related items. He said that is country wide. Does this mean the ban is on its way sooner then we think? I am seriously thinking about getting 10 or more bottles of Methyl-D if so. Does anyone know anything as far as dates are concerned. Our freedom to take this stuff is on its way out. What to do?
Originally posted by Prince
actually the Methyl-D is quite low in regards to androgenic side effects, but she should probably only use around .25-.50mg's per day (depending on her size).
really? k - i'm obviously still learning. every time i'd read up i kept hearing/reading over and over that 19nor was by far the safest for a woman and the risk of sides went up a lot with the others.
are there others that are very low in androgenic sides i should read up on?
(still have no clue if i'm going to get anything but i have been thinking about transdermal 19nor. i'll probably get it soon b/c i doubt it'll be around long and then i'll stash it away for about 6 months)
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just read a little article in the May MD on it, they did some testing (very unscientific) they just had a few people use it and post results. one was a female, she was quite happy with the results she got using only .25mg's per day, and side effects were minimal for her.
Asa far as GNC dropping Methyl-D I've heard many people say that GNC typically pulls products from their shelves long before a ban is instituted. Like Andyo said, it probably won't be banned until the fall.
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There is only two place right now that has M-dien. Designer supps and KILO. I think Gaspari carries KILO's stuff.
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