Anavar is very popular among athletes for the great results it provides and the few side effects it has. Even though it is a mild steroid, oxandrolone helps to build very high quality muscle mass, without water retention. It barely has any androgenic activity, and it has a low level of toxicity. Particularly, the lack of androgenic effects, together with the muscularity it provides, made it a bestseller among male and female athletes. However, when using anavar one should never forget that it’s still a steroid, and safety precautions must be taken.
In 2005, Superdrol was rereleased as an over the counter designer steroid. It was sold in many supplement stores without restriction. This was pulled off thanks to a “grey area” in the 1990 Anabolic Steroid Control Act and 2004 revision. The law is, in part, drug-specific and Superdrol was not declared a Schedule III class anabolic steroid in that act because it was not commercially available at the time the act, and its subsequent revision, were signed into law. Superdrol was therefore being sold as an over-the-counter dietary supplement.