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Not a recreational RC but interesting!
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http://www.gizmag.com/scripps-drug-sr900...mic/28651/
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#2
Sounds intriguing
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#3
I was wondering what Lance Armstrong was on.
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#4
This has given me yet another reason to fear mice.
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#5
100mg/kg

that is all
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Sounds like hard work
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(22-08-2013, 07:09 PM)Renton Wrote: 100mg/kg

That's not a drug, that's a food!
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(23-08-2013, 10:52 AM)ferret Wrote:
(22-08-2013, 07:09 PM)Renton Wrote: 100mg/kg

That's not a drug, that's a food!

It'd have to be obtainable in 'supplement-quantities' (100g-1kg bags, like Creatine) for it to be worth buying for anybody.

and even then, looks like synthesis for an 'initial' amount for a vendor would need to be in the several-tonne area.


tl;dr we won't see it.
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We will.

It's on Ebay right now.
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#10
I remember reading about this a few years back I think, rust thought to myself it's something to enable people to do nothing and be lazy and immobile and not have to worry about the consequences. Though could be helpful in some medical problems, help stop muscle wastage after big operations ect...
Not something that I'd be interested in personally though.
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