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Old 11-19-2010, 10:40 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by #Maverick# View Post
no i mean straight up banned like illegal to posses in the US like it is in new zealand. You know controlled substance

Putting it into that context ... the answer could be anything from 1 year to never. It would have to become very well known and successful to come on the radar, then a lot of Doctors would need to complain they are losing money from diet programs.

Athletic groups are far more apt to ban it as they are already doing. Where people seem to be getting into trouble is the name of the ingredient. Would appear there are a half dozen different names for the same product and if that is not problematic enough, Methylhexanamine is a compound found in the plant geranium. Some product like "Jack3d" do not list any of the compound names on their ingredients but "Geranium" is listed.
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