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Friday 22, Jun 2012

  Sentence for Centennial supplements distributor

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A Centennial supplements distributor has received a fine of $50,000 for a charge of mail fraud connected to the distribution of steroids. This was in addition to probation of one year and a forfeiture of $107,000.

This announcement was recently made by U.S. Attorney for Colorado John Walsh. U.S. District Judge Wiley Daniel sentenced the company after it pleaded guilty to the single count on October 13, 2011.

Axis Labs had faced a fine of up to $500,000.

Monday 12, Mar 2012

  Most Indian urban youths take supplements

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According to a survey by industry body Assocham, about 78 percent of adolescents in urban areas of India consume at least one dietary supplement such as pills, energy drinks, steroids, and high-protein powders.

“The statistics are shocking, as many children are becoming overly involved and obsessed by a wide variety of substances that promise to boost energy, appearance, performance, immunity and overall health, even if it shortened their lives,” it said in a statement.

“In addition to that, cash incentives and college admissions through sports quota lure them into taking wrong steps,” Assocham said.

Monday 27, Feb 2012

  Axis Labs fined and sentenced to probation

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In connection with a mail fraud case, Axis Laboratories LLC was sentenced to one-year probation, penalized $50,000, and asked to surrender $107,000.

The company was charged by government prosecutors of disseminating anabolic steroids disguised as a weight-loss dietary supplement.

DCD LLC and R&D Holdings were also fined for selling adulterated supplements that contained anabolic steroids.

Tuesday 14, Feb 2012

  Fines and probation for Axis Labs

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Axis Labs LLC was sentenced to one-year probation, fined $50,000, and ordered to forfeit $107,000 in connection with a mail fraud case.

Federal prosecutors accused the company of distributing anabolic steroids masquerading as a weight-loss supplement.

DCD LLC and R&D Holdings were also fined for selling adulterated supplements that contained anabolic steroids.

Friday 20, Jan 2012

  Arimidex- Anastrozole

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If you want to use anabolic steroids but worry about estrogenic side effects, it is time that you access a clear and complete understanding about Arimidex, also known as Liquidex, A-dex, or Anastrozole. This non-steroidal drug is one of the best post cycle therapy drugs that can easily protect you from estrogenic side effects like oily skin, acne, fluid retention, or gynecomastia.

The chemical name of Arimidex is 1,3-Benzenediacetonitrile, a, a, a’, a’-tetramethyl-5-(1H-1,2,4-triazol-1-ylmethyl) and its molecular formula is C17H19N5; the active life of this drug is 42-48 hours. Arimidex is prescribed, medically, to post menopausal women with breast cancer when standard therapies such as Tamoxifen have failed to deliver results. The aromatase inhibitor, Arimidex, also has the unique ability of reducing the concentrations of blood estradiol to minimize the size and growth of cancerous tumors. It is also prescribed as part of testosterone replacement therapy to hypogonadal men afflicted with low testosterone levels.

When taken in an oral form, A-dex enters the liver where as much as 90 percent of it is broken down into inactive metabolites. One of the biggest advantages with Arimidex is that it is not excreted in the urine, which suggests that it can even be used by those with kidney impairment. Arimidex is an extremely popular antiestrogen among sportsmen and others who make use of anabolic steroids (harsh or aromatizable). It is also effective in restoring (and even promoting increases) the levels of testosterone after the same have been reduced to a considerable extent during a steroid cycle involving harsh or aromatizable steroids. The best thing about Arimidex is that it demonstrates dramatic results even at a low dose of 1 mg. It is worthwhile to note here that the ideal dose of Arimidex is 0.5 mg for the first day and thereafter the dose can be increased to 1 mg per day.

It is also important to note here that Arimidex is one of the very few antiestrogens that could be an integral of any steroid cycle, bulking or cutting, and allows steroid users to reap and even optimize the benefits of anabolic steroids and performance enhancing drugs without leading to a drop in testosterone levels or putting users in risk of estrogenic side effects. Belonging to the Class III generation selective oral aromatase inhibitors, Arimidex is not recommended for use by premenopausal females, breastfeeding or pregnant women.

Arimidex should also not be used by those with prostate or breast cancer or allergic to Arimidex or any of its active and/or inactive ingredients. The use of Arimidex should always be made after the recommended of a qualified medical practitioner and dosages must be strictly regulated and followed as per the medical advice. Under no circumstances, Arimidex should be abused or over-doses as it can lead to side effects such as dizziness. Individuals using any prescription or nonprescription medicine, herbal preparation, or dietary supplement should seek medical advice before using Arimidex as the drug may interfere with functioning of these products, leading to side effects. Since the use of Arimidex leads to dizziness, its use is not recommended for those who perform on heavy machines, vehicles, or performing or about to perform an intense activity.In order to maintain its effectiveness and shelf life, Arimidex is required to be stored at a controlled room temperature of 20-25°C (68-77°F) and must be protected against moisture, heat, direct light, and unauthorized use.

Wednesday 02, Nov 2011

  Recall of dietary supplement by Department of Health

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The Monterey County Department of Health has issued a notice of a recall of the testosterone booster Uprizing 2.0 as it appears to contain a synthetic steroid, superdrol.

The dietary supplement, Uprizing 2.0, contains a synthetic steroid — making it an unapproved drug.

The dietary supplement is distributed throughout California and many other states in the United States.

Friday 21, Oct 2011

  Axis Labs accused of mail-order steroid sales

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Axis Labs LLC of Centennial has been charged by the federal authorities with a criminal count of mail fraud on allegations it illegally sold mail-order supplements containing anabolic steroids.

Prosecutors in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for Colorado charged Axis Lab recently in U.S. District Court in Denver.

“It is critically important that consumers know the contents of what they are consuming,” said John Walsh, U.S. Attorney for Colorado, in a press release. “In this case, the product contained synthetic anabolic steroids, and because of its potential for harm, it was a prescription drug that could only be dispensed pursuant to a valid prescription.”

Thursday 20, Oct 2011

  Recall of the dietary supplement

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The Food and Drug Administration notified Superior Metabolic Technologies that Uprizing 2.0 contained a synthetic steroid called superdrol, which is banned by the FDA, as per a press release.

The dietary supplement was sold through retail health food stores in Georgia, Alabama, Arizona, California, Mississippi, New Jersey, South Carolina, and Texas.

The FDA notification led to recall of the dietary supplement.

Thursday 28, Apr 2011

  Geraldine Hendricken receives a lifeline

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Geraldine Hendricken receives a lifelineThe career of Geraldine Hendricken received a lifeline thanks to a lab in Cologne.

The athlete from Ireland sent the laboratory two samples of the dietary supplement she had been taking prior to her out of competition positive dope test and it seems that one of them contained enough anabolic agents to provide a positive test.

Traces were found of metabolites similar to 19-Norandrosterone, a precursor to the anabolic steroid Nandrolone that produced positive test for the athlete.

Wednesday 27, Apr 2011

  Majority of athletes taking creatine

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Majority of athletes taking creatineA shocking survey of athletes in Britain has revealed the widespread use of the controversial dietary supplement marketed as a legal alternative to anabolic steroids, creatine.

Nearly 57 percent said they had taken creatine, in a poll of elite men and women athletes conducted by The Independent newspaper.

The figure was a startling 100 percent among weightlifters and rugby league players.

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