TC, Tim and I talked about this last night. Tim basically said that no matter how much "proof" they were given, the government wouldn't go for it. "Proving" this would also cost 30-50 thousand minimal from what I understand. Biotest has already spent somewhere around a half million fighting things like this, all to to avail.
The writing is on the wall here. Prohormones aren't dead yet, but have been put on death row. Biotest could continue to sell MAG-10 for a short while, but why mess with the FDA? It's just not a smart thing to do. Want to lose other supplements? Piss off the FDA and we might.
And think about this - how would you, as a company owner, like to spend $500,000 on raw ingredients only to have them seized before you could make a product with them? That's a risk too.
Then there's class action lawsuits already in the works against prohormone makers. The major supplement stores like GNC won't carry them anymore either. Basically, Biotest is getting out while the "gittin'" is good. After MAG-10 is gone (less that a week we're betting) Biotest can then focus on other supplements - new muscle builders, new fat burners, etc. There's some very exciting stuff already in the works.
Spending money to keep MAG-10 alive is just pissing in the wind at this point. And those companies that choose to keep selling prohormones until the jack-booted thugs come in and seize everything are doing much more harm than good to the supplement industry.
So, if you love MAG-10, wait for the site update today and stock up.