Where is it Legal to Buy Anabolic Steroids?
The laws surrounding anabolic steroids for sale vary from country to country all around the world. In the United States, for example, you can only purchase with a prescription.
In Canada, it is legal to possess without a prescription, but it is illegal to buy or sell them. If you’re curious about where to buy, you’ve come to the right place.
Unlike the US and Canada, Mexico’s laws surrounding anabolics are quite lax. For example, you can buy veterinary-grade without a prescription.
While you’ll need a script to purchase some, such as Primobolan Depot, you can find others, such as Sustanon and Deca Durabolin, without a prescription in just about any pharmacy.
Oddly enough, you will not find HCG in pharmacies in Mexico, but you can find it in several veterinary offices. Many, many athletes from the United States and even Canada go to Mexico to complete their cycles.
Other Countries with Lax Laws
Of course, Mexico is not the only country in the world with relatively lax laws surrounding anabolics.
Remember that you can visit any of these countries and purchase or possess without consequence, but it is illegal to attempt to bring the (Import-Export) across borders or into the US or Canada.
- Sri Lanka
- Costa Rica
Things in Canada are a bit different than they are on the Rest of the continent. Whereas the United States has very strict laws in place, Canada has no laws that make the possession illegal.
Although you cannot buy, sell, or manufacture them in Canada, there is no major penalty for being in possession of them – even without a prescription. There are laws against it, but they are not harsh; those found in possession may have to pay a fine, and chances are good that they will be confiscated.
The United Kingdom
The United Kingdom is much like Canada in that it is illegal to buy, sell, manufacture, or possess with the intention to sell them, but there is no offense for possession. Anabolics are Class C substances under the Misuse of Drugs Act of 1971, and anyone found in violation of the act could face up to 14 years in prison along with a heavy fine.
As such, although the UK and Canada have similar laws, the UK has no possession offense at all while Canada has small fines.