This problem is very similar to the issues that both the military and society have faced over the past year in regards to the controversy about the sale and use of synthetic drugs known as Bath Salts. If an individual can achieve the desired effect of a high without breaking a law, he will do so more quickly than he will by breaking a law, especially if it is something that until recently was not looked for in drug tests. The same goes for supplements. If an individual, soldier or civilian, can achieve desired strength and endurance gains from a supplement without having to get involved with illegal anabolic steroids or human growth hormone products, then that supplement is guaranteed to fly off the shelves, regardless of possible health risks.
The solution to the this problem will not be an overall ban by the FDA, because in the next few years we will see another chemical compound take the place of DMAA, the same way that it took the place of Ephedrine, and it too will undoubtedly prove to have some adverse effects which will result in lawsuits and yet another ban.
Rather it will take either significant change in the way we as a society view these products or the exhaustion of every possible stimulant compound to put in these products, whichever comes first. In a realistic time table, it will take a very long time to get to either. So the remedy for right now? Well that can be found in a ground-breaking substance called Common Sense.
Rare and in dwindling supply, Common Sense gives you the results you desire of: not suffering cardiac arrest, insomnia and disorders of the nervous system and psych, with possible side effects of well-being, fitness, longevity and an increased quality of life. Common Sense and being informed on whatever product you so chose to use is all it takes for you to not fall victim to adverse affects that can have devastating consequences. The same consequences we see in the case of Michael Sparling who was taken from his family and friends before his time and has a story that is becoming all too familiar.
Be sure to check out Parts I and II if you haven’t already.
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