Blunt Force Nutrition – Diversifying their Prohormone Portfolio

If you missed it just a couple of weeks ago the FDA issued a warning on a dual prohormone called Mass Destruction made by a company called Blunt Force Nutrition.  Read the full story here – Mass Destruction Prohormone by Blunt Force Nutrition.

Just today I was looking for any updates to this “warning” issued by the FDA, when I stumbled upon more information regarding the company Blunt Force Nutrition.  What seemed like a relatively unknown company, might actually be ran by a fairly experienced prohormone producer.  According to the North Carolina Department of Secretary of State website, Blunt Force Nutrition is owned by Jerry T. Edmundsun.  Digging further, I found a post on in which someone actually put in a lot of time researching where exactly Blunt Force Nutrition spawned from, including the neighborhood in which the owner lives.  He also interestingly notes that Jerry or Travis Edmundsun actually works for Nutraclipse.  Here’s the entire post if you care to read it.

Enter Nutraclipse

mass destruction prohormoneNow clicking through I found that he is actually the owner of Nutraclipse (refer to image).  Nutraclipse is a prohormone company that’s been around for some time.  Most popular for their prohormone called Raptor which was first a combination of superdrol and 2-cyano-17a-methyl-17b-hydroxy-androst-3-one or “cyano”, then reformulated with superdrol and dymethazine.  And today Raptor Redux is sold as a combination of 6-chloro-17b-hydroxy-4-androsten-3-one or “hexadrone”, and 2,17a-methyl-5a-androsta-1-en-17b-ol-3-one or “methylstenbolone”.  So essentially a strong prohormone any way you look at it.

In general Nutraclipse prohormones have received positive reviews, albeit being a lesser known prohomormone company overall.  Still this begins to make me think that the negative attention on Blunt Force Trauma will also lead to negative attention for Nutraclipse.  As such, if you’re a fan of Nutraclipse prohormones, you may want to stock up before they are potentially wiped off the market.

By Travis DeGraff

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