Winstrol Buy Online are always in the news it seems as a source of “danger” and threat to our kids. In fact, it is the opinion of the author (backed by some well researched studies) that the current criminalization of anabolic steroids makes them more available and attractive to children and a threat to every freedom loving adult who feels his or her body is his or her business.
Anabolic steroids were not really an issue until the late 80’s when a popular Olympian got caught cheating and using a steroid called Winstrol to break a world record. After that, they’ve been through the ringer, being everything from the “wink wink” don’t ask, don’t tell policy of Major League Baseball to the absolute villain implicated in the deaths of professional wrestler, Chris Benoit and his family. In fact, steroids like anything foreign to the body have pluses and minuses that must be respected, these are indeed potent drugs that do build muscle and may alter mood. However, like everything in life, they have numerous health benefits and psychological benefits.
Let’s discuss the Chris Benoit situation for a second. Ok, Chris was on anabolic steroids when he killed his family and of course that is tragic. It certainly didn’t help that Chris was on these substances, but are steroids the only criminal in this case? What about the numerous blows to the head experienced by professional wrestlers. Additionally, in Chris’s system were Xanax and hydrocodone along with alcohol. That’s quite a cocktail, yet we don’t see calls for the widespread ban on Xanax, Vicodin or alcohol nor the demonetization of these prescription drugs, yet Chris’s name is synonymous with “anabolic steroids” not a dangerous cocktail that includes prescriptions that are at the core of many crimes and addictions in society.
Even if you don’t agree that Xanax, alcohol and Vicoden were responsible for the Benoit tragedy, you may be interested in some of the facts behind steroid use. Most people who use steroids are in their late 20’s to early 40’s and are college educated. They simply want the psychological and physical benefits that looking and feeling better offers. Steroid criminalization was opposed originally by the American Medical Association (AMA), Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as well as the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), since they felt that these compounds could easily be controlled by proper prescriptions. In countries where anabolic steroids carry no penalty for possession, we see no widespread issues, use or problems. From a purely economic stance, wasting resources on prosecuting steroid users and dealers is a waste of public funds. Finally, it is a well proven fact that when drugs are decriminalized, use goes down.