>Domestic UG manufacturer of Superman ( Viagra and Cialis mix ) and peptide seller charged.

Posted: 2011 in anabolic steroids, andropause, bodybuilding blog, doping, hgh, human growth hormone, manopause, prostate cancer, somatopause, steroid addiction, steroid bust

>Two Jersey Shore residents have been charged by a federal grand jury with conspiracy to misbrand and sell drugs illegally, and failure to register a drug manufacturing facility.

Named as defendants in a 15-count indictment unsealed Friday were X, 27, of Brielle and Y, 24, of Toms River.

The two advertised on internet websites and message boards, whose audience is primarily body builders and athletes, the benefits and dosage of different performance-enhancing drugs, according to a prepared release from U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Zane David Memeger.

They offered for sale GHRP-6, or Growth Hormone Releasing Agent Protein, and IGF, or Insulin Growth Factor, both of which were peptide or protein-based drugs popular with body builders for increasing strength and muscle mass but which were never approved by the Food and Drug Administration, Memeger said.

X also offered prescription drugs for sale without asking for a prescription from a licensed medical practitioner, including Cialis, Viagra and a drug named “Superman,” which Parker identified as a combination of Cialis and Viagra, Memeger said.

Further, the indictment stated that although X advertised brand-name prescription drugs he provided imitations of those drugs manufactured in his basement, and never tried to get approval from FDA to distribute the drugs he manufactured, and he never registered his facility with FDA.

The defendants would then manufacture the drugs by converting bulk active and inactive ingredients into capsules or tablets, creating labels bearing false or misleading information for the misbranded drugs, and would then ship the drugs to customers throughout the country, between Aug. 15, 2009, and October 2010, the indictment said.

X accepted orders for prescription drugs through email using the pseudonym Dedicated1 and the email address 1@cyber-rights.net, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said. When accepting orders, he instructed customers to write messages in their drug orders in an attempt to conceal the true purpose of the transactions, it said.

For example, one customer was instructed to send $75 via PayPal and include only the phrase “** Web U-G Service Windows 7 Install Help **” in the subject line, the indictment said.

If convicted, X and Y face a maximum sentence of 42 years in prison,a $3.75 million fine, a $1,500 special assessment and three years supervised release, the release said.

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