Black Market Report on Ephedrine: Buy Legal Ephedra/Ephedrine!
Since the onset of the ephedra / ephedrine ban in the U.S., the most commonly-asked question I have received from visitors to this site is…
“Where can I find ephedrine or ephedra-based fat burners? How can I buy it legally? It was the only thing that ever worked for me, and now that it’s gone, I’m desperate.”
Are you wondering where you can get ephedra? Are wondering where you can get it legally, maybe in bulk form? Have you perhaps considered making your own ephedra-based fat burners? If so, rest assured that you are not alone. Better yet, there is a solution!
Until now, I have been unable to provide my visitors with an effective alternative to ephedra, nor have I been comfortable providing an online resource from which to order the product. After all, ephedra IS illegal, right?
You might be surprised.
If you’re a fan of ephedra, take heart. I have some good news…
A little while ago, I purchased “The Black Market Report on Ephedrine” by a fellow by the name of Todd Massey. Like yourself, Todd is a fan of ephedra. He uses it to combat asthma (I have mild asthma myself, and have always found ephedra to be a fantastic bronchodilator), maintain a low body weight, and stay alert on night shifts (I’ve always found ephedra helpful in combating the effects of severe seasonal allergies as well!).
Don’t be alarmed by the rather ominous sounding name of this publication. Reading it is not illegal, nor will heavily armed drug enforcement officers arrive at your door should you decide to purchase it. This publication is really about empowerment… allowing you to get your ephedra… legally!
When first ephedra became illegal in 2003, Todd became a little annoyed.
Because you see, ephedra and ephedra alkaloids remain common ingredients in many legal, over the counter products. It was only been made illegal in fat burners. A bit of a double-standard, I’m sure you’ll agree.
The ephedra ban has always been especially irritating to me. I’ve pointed out many times ephedra and ephedra alkaloids remain present in over the counter cough and cold remedies, and well as natural bronchodilators.
So Todd decided to take the bull by the horns, determined that he would not go without his ephedra. At the same time, he was not interested in breaking the law. In short, “The Black Market Report on Ephedrine” is really about helping you source and obtain ephedra and create your own fat burners legally.
For instance, in his research Todd discovered that while ephedra in fat burner form is illegal, it is not illegal if you purchase it in bulk form, since it is then considered a “food item” by the government.
Contrary to popular belief, this ban does not pertain to herbal teas which are considered conventional foods and perhaps even more bizarre, FDA approved drugs that contain ephedrine or pseudoephedrine (these include over the counter cough and cold remedies, decongestants, and allergy medications).
“The Black Market Report on Ephedrine” will show you how to source bulk ephedra for yourself, and how to convert to into usable ephedra (bulk ephedra is really cheap — $6 or less, depending on how much you buy).
It will also show you how to make your own versions of your favorite ephedra based fat burners (Hydroxycut, Xenadrine rfa-1, Stacker, and so on) using ingredients legally available on the market.
In other words, “The Black Market Report on Ephedrine” is a godsend to any fan of ephedra. Whether you use ephedra as a fat burner, a bronchodilator, or simply to maintain focus, it is now back and available to you!
Plus, you’ll save a ton of money over buying any of the current fat burners on the market.
And the best part? You won’t be doing anything illegal.
“The Black Market Report on Ephedrine” is available online. It’s well written, attractive, and easy to follow. It also comes with many bonus reports, all worthwhile.
Recently, you may have noticed a flood of ephedra products re-entering the market. I certainly have, and I discussed one of them—Ma Huang RP— recently. Despite showing “ephedra” on the label, these products don’t actually contain any ephedra alkaloids, and are therefore useless for weight loss. It is, quite frankly, a total scam.
Todd discusses these type of products as well, and how you must avoid falling into the “bogus” ephedra trap.
But I don’t need to tell you the real value of this publication.
That’s the ability to get your ephedra back, and to do do legally.
“The Black Market Report on Ephedrine” is a “no-brainer” for any fan of ephedra. I highly recommend this product—click here to learn to purchase direct online!