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HOT-ROX Banned in Australia?

snorted? bloody hell! well there you go, you learn something new everyday.

[quote]sjfou wrote:
Funny, coz we can buy yohimbe at any health shop. Dunno what the difference is though…

And for the record, id go to Maccas & buy a McSkippy. Bit of bacon, BBQ sauce, pineapple, an egg, some onioin & a roo patty. Might even knock me one up on the weekend.[/quote]

You would have to have some beetroot on there too, it’d be unaustralian not to??

Crikey! WHo knew we had so many Aussies on here? -lol

S

Has anyone tried or had any success ordering HRX into Australia laetely?

where do u guys get ur supplements from?? i usually get them at mrsupplement.com cuz i dont have a credit card

BTW, they sell Alpha Male, but no Metabolic Drive??

You can get Metabolic Drive I just got some for myself you can also still get 5lb tubs of Grow!.

You can get HOT-ROX from the Australian bio test site but you can’t get HOT-ROX extreme because it has Yohimbine in it.

Our laws are pretty strict but I would rather that.

P.S if you live in Melbourne there is a discount supp shop its very good and you save alot of money I just found it the other week ill be shopping there from now on rather than the net

Biotest prouducts in aus are a little pricey which sucks but there are a few sites

www.supplementcity.com.au/shop/index.php?manufacturers_id=23&osCsid=677d56bdf0cd6f6a9619c5336a87ea48

www.a1supplements.com.au/brandinfo.aspx?ID=10

www.a1supplements.com.au/brandinfo.aspx?ID=10

but still no HOT-ROX sorry :frowning:

check the actual bio test site http://www.biotestaustralia.com/

It has HOT-ROX and alot of other stuff, when the dollar is up its cheaper to buy it from the states but it only comes in 2lb which is one kg tubs. I prefer 3kgs 6lb tubs so i go for other brands.

But I get Surge from Biotest

[quote]Timmeh wrote:
Has anyone tried or had any success ordering HRX into Australia laetely?

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Yes, I’ve tried! All I received was a letter from customs :frowning:

[quote]theBigEnglishman wrote:
They certainly are a bad lot, but not for those reasons. There is probably some ingredient in HOT-ROX that might have some side affects (not sure what). To be honest where you really have to worry about is the western countries where almost no supplements are banned (like england).[/quote]

Yeah that freedom to choose for yourself must really suck.

[quote]jacross wrote:
theBigEnglishman wrote:
They certainly are a bad lot, but not for those reasons. There is probably some ingredient in HOT-ROX that might have some side affects (not sure what). To be honest where you really have to worry about is the western countries where almost no supplements are banned (like england).

Yeah that freedom to choose for yourself must really suck.[/quote]

Freedom to choose with little or no education about what you are taking sounds great.

The substance it’s banned for has had no solid research behind it to prove it actually aids in weight loss.

Sooo, HOT-ROX (not Extreme) can be bought at Biotest Australia for $99.95 + P&H for 72 capsules, so just over a month for 100 big ones… This begs the question, are they worth that much, considering on the T-Store you can get two HRX for $84???

Can you buy plain HOT-ROX on the T-Store and get them posted over? In my quick look it looks like there is only HRX on the site… Also whats the postage cost from the states to Oz for the guys that have ordered from the T-store?

Opinions appreciated guys…

I just got a order from bio test i was really impressed it only took 6 days to arrive. I think the postage fee came to $48 you will save if you buy in bulk and place a big order. If you are just buying one thing its not worth ording from this site. The Aus bio test has free shipping but the products cost more

[quote]jzzz wrote:
jacross wrote:
theBigEnglishman wrote:
They certainly are a bad lot, but not for those reasons. There is probably some ingredient in HOT-ROX that might have some side affects (not sure what). To be honest where you really have to worry about is the western countries where almost no supplements are banned (like england).

Yeah that freedom to choose for yourself must really suck.

Freedom to choose with little or no education about what you are taking sounds great.

The substance it’s banned for has had no solid research behind it to prove it actually aids in weight loss.

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Yeah but I don’t need you to point a gun at my face and tell me I can’t take it.

Oh sorry, support ‘the Government’ pointing a gun at my face and telling me I can’t take it.

I kinda agree with you but I can understand why they do it.

Well that’s better than most people.

I am better than most people but better than all gelong fans!!!

Had to add that in some where it would be un-Australian not to

[quote]jzzz wrote:
jacross wrote:
theBigEnglishman wrote:
They certainly are a bad lot, but not for those reasons. There is probably some ingredient in HOT-ROX that might have some side affects (not sure what). To be honest where you really have to worry about is the western countries where almost no supplements are banned (like england).

Yeah that freedom to choose for yourself must really suck.

Freedom to choose with little or no education about what you are taking sounds great.

The substance it’s banned for has had no solid research behind it to prove it actually aids in weight loss.

[/quote]

And is there any research behind it to prove it’s going to kill you? And who are you to tell me or anyone that I don’t have an education?

I don’t see how fat politicians can tell us which supplements we can and can’t take. Supplement shops in Australia have a very hard time getting Biotest products on the shelves - hence why you pretty much never see them there. Who has the right to tell me what I can or can’t have to increase my performance, health and benifit my physique? Who the fuck has that right? I should have the right to try and be the best I can be - and that includes living as long as possible. I should have the right to use my brain to be the best I can be. If I make a bad desicion, it was my desicion and I will learn from it, and live with it. If anyone makes a bad descion they will live with it. Every action you take is a risk, and it is YOUR risk.

They ban so many supplements in Australia that can’t do much except better your health (some of course may have a tiny bit of some kind of something that’s maybe possibly bad for you in some way though ((in this context, what does bad for you constitue exactly?))) and yet they don’t touch fast food giants; Hungry Jacks, McDonalds, KFC ect. Which sell things that are ACTUALLY GOING TO AFFECT YOUR HEALTH IN A NEGATIVE WAY! How the fuck does this work? They sell tuna - full of mercury (although nothing for the average person to worry about, by their standards it should by terrible), they don’t touch alchohol. Alchohol wears down the liver. And when drunk in excess causes a whole list of hoo-haas, not to mention violence.

This seriously frustrates me.

And to add insult to injury, they are still pushing for mandatory internet filtering across Australia! Kevin Rudd thinks porn is inappropriate content for Australia’s eyes. Don’t I get a say in what’s appropriate for my eyes? Aren’t I an adult? And of course like all filters, anything that mentions anything that may have something to do with porn will be blacklisted. Hell, even articles and posts such as this one that mention such horrid words will be blocked.

Aside from that though Australia is a great country and I’m proud to be Australian. This pisses me off though.

[quote]jzzz wrote:
I am better than most people but better than all gelong fans!!!

Had to add that in some where it would be un-Australian not to [/quote]

Well you’ve done it now mate! It’s on!