Legal Loopholes For Dietary Supplements Must Be Sealed
Robert Tauler, Tauler Smith LLPJanuary 4, 2017, 11:29 AM EST
Law360, New York (January 4, 2017, 11:29 AM EST) -- Few parents would knowingly let their teenager buy a month’s cycle of anabolic steroids. But what if they’re just buying a container of “BroPower” — a fictional name for a real product which bills itself as “intended for use by hardcore athletes who are trying to gain extreme size and strength?”
Anyone with $89.99, plus shipping, gets a one-month supply to boost muscle mass, libido and “aggression in the gym.” The active ingredients include methylsten, listed as “a powerful strength builder, which does not aromatize into...
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