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Illegal Steroids

Illegal Steroids

Illegal steroids, legal steroids, sometimes it’s confusing to know where a particular anabolic steroid lies. Let’s be frank, most all anabolic steroids are illegal steroids without a prescription; get the prescription and the same hormones become legal; however, for some anabolics there is no prescription available making them illegal steroids every time. There are however a class of anabolic steroids that can be obtained legally without a prescription; you know them as prohormones. Keep in mind, many prohormones are not actually anabolic steroids and if they are they fall in the illegal steroids category but many are close derivatives thereby perfectly legal. What we aim to do here is provide you a list you can refer to so that you understand which steroids fall in which category hopefully eliminating any confusion you may have.

Illegal steroids, legal steroids, sometimes it’s confusing to know where a particular anabolic steroid lies. Let’s be frank, most all anabolic steroids are illegal steroids without a prescription; get the prescription and the same hormones become legal; however, for some anabolics there is no prescription available making them illegal steroids every time. There are however a class of anabolic steroids that can be obtained legally without a prescription; you know them as prohormones. Keep in mind, many prohormones are not actually anabolic steroids and if they are they fall in the illegal steroids category but many are close derivatives thereby perfectly legal. What we aim to do here is provide you a list you can refer to so that you understand which steroids fall in which category hopefully eliminating any confusion you may have.

Legally Prescribed Anabolic Steroids:

- The following is a list of anabolic steroids that while falling in the illegal steroids category under controlled substances laws can be obtained and used legally with a prescription. They include and are not limited to:

  • Anadrol 50 (Oxymetholone)
  • Anavar (Oxandrolone)
  • Androderm (Tesosterone Patch)
  • Androgel (Testosterone Gel)
  • Deca Durabolin (Nandrolone Decanoate)
  • Sustanon 250 (Testosterone Mixture)
  • Testosterone Cypionate
  • Testosterone Enanthate
  • Testosterone Propionate
  • Testosterone Suspension
  • Winstrol (stanozolol)

As you can see that is quite a list. In the U.S. every one of these anabolics are illegal steroids by way of the Steroid Control Act classified as Schedule III narcotics. However, every one of these anabolic steroids as being schedule III can be obtained legally with a prescription under medical supervision.

Illegal Steroids:

- The following is a list of anabolic steroids that fall in the illegal steroids category under controlled substances laws as Schedule III narcotics by way of the Steroid Control Act. While some of these anabolics are legally obtained for the purpose of livestock use they are banned from human use. They include and are not limited to:

  • Equipoise (Boldenone Undecylenate)
  • Finaject/ Finaplix (Trenbolone Acetate)
  • Halotestin (Fluoxymesterone)
  • Masteron (Drostanolone Propionate)
  • Masteron Enanthate (Drostanolone Enanthate)
  • Omnadren 250 (Testosterone Mixture)
  • Parabolan (Trenbolone Texahydrobenzylcarbonate/Tren-Hex)
  • Primobolan (Methenolone Acetate)

While this list is far smaller than the one above we’ve simply listed common anabolic steroids that will very rarely if ever be prescribed legally; many of these steroids are not even manufactured by a licensed pharmacy.

Prohormones:

Prohormones are in a simple way to put it precursors or derivatives of steroidal hormones. While they often carry with them strong similarities they in many cases cannot be labeled anabolic steroids. However, in recent years many prohormones have been found to be so closely related to schedule III steroids they have been banned under the banner of illegal steroids by way of the Steroid Control Act of 2004. The Steroid Control Act of 2004 was an addition to the original Steroid Control Act of 1990 placing many other hormone or hormonal related drugs on the banned list classified as illegal steroids. Many of these prohormones come out year after year and remain legal for a time but generally each one is eventually pulled off the shelf; but year after year anabolic science produces new models ready for legal use; at least for a time.