Designer Steroid Control Act of 2014 to Clamp Down on Unsafe Steroid Manufacture, Steroidal.com Says

Legislation will clamp down on anabolic steroid compounds.

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We aim to change the social perspective on anabolic steroids and performance enhancers, bringing forth the most relevant and cutting edge science-based information.

Heyworth, IL (PRWEB) February 20, 2014

Steroidal.com, a resource for information and research to promote the safe use of anabolic steroids, announces the recent introduction of the Designer Steroid Control Act of 2014. Introduced on February 11th, the legislation will allow the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to investigate dietary supplements that are merely tweaked versions of anabolic steroids that have been banned.

As the leading resource for information on anabolic steroids, Steroidal.com works to deliver news on anabolic steroids, including dangers, side effects, and news on new regulation. With a large group of talented content writers that include students in biomedical science and nutritional science, Steroidal.com offers insight from those who follow science and research on anabolic steroids, growth factors, and training.

While Steroidal.com serves as an informational source on the use of anabolic steroids, the site is first and foremost an advocate of consumer safety. With the Designer Steroid Control Act of 2014, drug compounds could be considered harmful by the DEA could be closely monitored in the same way the agency monitors other substances. Those supplements classified as dangerous could be policed, with stiff penalties for manufacturers who import, manufacture, or distribute them under false labels.

Steroidal.com offers detailed information about specific steroids and alternatives. The site seeks to correct false information and misconceptions about anabolic steroid use, as well as giving updated information about both positive and negative side effects. Steroid abuse is a serious problem, so Steroidal.com has a section dedicated to the dangers of abusing the substances.

“We aim to change the social perspective on anabolic steroids and performance enhancers, bringing forth the most relevant and cutting edge science-based information,” Steroidal.com states on its website. “Extensive and thorough information backed with as much valid clinical data as possible is what we aim to provide here at Steroidal.com.”

Since many consumers have questions and concerns about anabolic steroids and their alternatives, Steroidal.com has an active forum, where members can post questions and interact with others. Steroidal.com also documents the history of steroid legislation in the United States, detailing the many factors that led to the laws in place today.

With 25 years of combined experience in anabolic steroids, the team at Steroidal.com is dedicated to providing up-to-date information on steroids. The news on the Designer Steroid Control Act of 2014 was posted on the site, with updates to be provided as the legislation progresses.

Brands expected to be affected by the legislation include Trenavar, Dianabulk, Epi-Tren, and Halo Extreme, among others. These products may be taken off the market soon, if the legislation goes through. Steroidal.com works to provide consistently-updated news on these alternatives to help consumers make informed decisions before purchasing and using them. Since steroids and their alternatives are compounded uniquely, determining which compounds have which side effects can be complicated for consumers. Steroidal.com seeks to ease that process.

To join the thriving community at Steroidal.com or read informative articles about anabolic steroids and related topics, visit http://www.steroidal.com/.


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