M1t is a designer steroid that gets around the current steroid laws. The testing that has been done on AAS, has not been done on M1t, and therefore, it maybe more harmful than the real deal, eventhough it is legal.[/quote]
Actually it could not possibly be defended should the government get around to prosecuting a seller of it. They simply haven’t gotten around to it yet.
The reason is that the Controlled Substances Act of 2002 defines as anabolic steroids and controlled substances, quote, “Any drug or hormonal
53 substance, chemically and pharmacologically related to testosterone (other
54 than estrogens, progestins and corticosteroids) that promotes muscle growth,” and then goes on to give examples but does NOT state that only those examples are anabolic steroids. No, anything that is chemically and pharmacologically related to testosterone and is purported to increase muscle growth is prosecutable as a controlled substance now.
Why are these kinds of things still sold? Because some will risk prosecution in order to make large profits is the only reason I can figure. Either that or not having read the law.
I agree completely that anabolic steroids which were approved as pharmaceuticals are better choices. I suspect there isn’t a single person in the world who has used both that prefers methyl-1-T over even their least-favorite pharmaceutical steroid.