In this episode I talk to the CEO of Blackstone Labs Aaron Singerman about the inevitable prohormone ban (DASCA) of 2014.


Update – The President has now signed the bill as of today December 18, 2014.  The ban is now official.

The Council for Responsible Nutrition has won, along with their supporters such as NOW foods and Optimum Nutrition.  These groups have successfully lobbied your politicians to create, vote, and send the Designer Steroid Anabolic Control Act of 2014 to President Obama for his signature.  At this point it seems the battle is lost for your freedom of supplement choice.  Meanwhile Optimum Nutrition will continue selling shitty test boosters to unsuspecting souls thinking it’s going to do anything for their physique.

prohormone banThe prohormones we are losing to this ban include:

  • Halodrol (stood the test of time)
  • Epistane
  • Trendione
  • Furazabol
  • Max-LMG
  • Protobol
  • Formestane
  • D-Plex a.k.a. The One
  • Visit Prohormone Store 1 for details on the other banned prohormones/designer steroids

Intern bill mistakes:

  • Halodrol is listed twice, the exact same chemical nomenclature
  • Superdrol or methasterone, even though it is already banned
  • Formestane and prostanozol are listed on the same line (is this a future loophole?)
  • Prostanozol is listed twice just like halodrol, and this one is already banned just like superdrol

Aaron and I discuss:

  • Aaron’s initial response to hearing the bill passed, and what he heard leading up to it
  • How this bill impacts the supplement, prohormone, and brick and mortar industry
  • Who this impacts and how to prepare for it
  • The future of Blackstone Labs
  • Will their be prohormone flash sales?
  • Sign the petition to encourage President Obama to veto the prohormone bill – Sign Here

 

 

 

5 thoughts on “Aaron Singerman on the 2014 Prohormone Ban

  1. Matthew Murphy says:

    They shouldn’t van something that most of the population uses. That’s huge revenue for all companies. We should freely be able to put anything we see fit into our bodies. They shouldn’t be able to dictate what I throw into my body.

  2. David Gossic says:

    Bad decision by the government
    . Right to be gay but no right to
    be straight. put Arnold in office.

    • Stephen says:

      Ummm what? That makes zero sense, plus you know Arnold is pretty supportive of LGBT rights correct?

      Anyways, this is a bad bill but what do you expect? This is the only type of bill that can pass the House and Senate… a bill that politicians can go home with and say “SEE I DID SOMETHING” while not taking care of the major issues impacting our government.

  3. Justin says:

    This is absolutely ridiculous, not only does it take a way from people who love their prohormones but it also takes away so many paying jobs and shuts down a lot of legit companies. I see no point to this.

  4. Chris Girany says:

    Not sure how the Government would look in court trying to charge someone who violated this when open use of marijuana by several States is being ignored Federally. Im not for or against the green, but just an example of the selective enforcement.. maybe States should give the fuck you to the Feds and allow PH to still be sold?? Just a thought.

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