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Millard Baker

It's kinda funny to see an everyday household product like sodium bicarbonate (e.g. Arm & Hammer baking soda) associated with PEDs like AAS and EPO! I hope its possession is not criminalized as a result of cheaters in horse racing lol.

Steroid Nation

I just bought some bicarb at my local underground distributor's hardware store...hope they don't pull it off the market or the carpet is going to smell alot worse...

Millard Baker

I add it to a load when washing clothes. Do you think I've been a victim of "unintentional doping" from accidental exposure through contact with clothes contaminated with baking soda?


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