Health Canada is advising consumers not to use the products specified below due to concerns about possible side-effects. More info

Source of Alert
U.S. Food and Drug Administration ( FDA )
Product Names

(Product brand names are italicized)

  1. 4Ever Fit D-Drol
  2. Advanced Muscle Science Dienedrone
  3. Advanced Muscle Science Liquidrone UTT
  4. Anabolic Xtreme Hyperdrol X2
  5. APS (aka Advanced Muscle Science) Mastavol
  6. APS (aka Advanced Muscle Science) Revamp
  7. APS (aka Advanced Muscle Science) Ultra Mass Stack
  8. APS (aka Advanced Muscle Science) Ripped Stack
  9. Better Body Sports Finadex
  10. Black China Labs Straight Drol
  11. Black China Labs Straight Phlexed
  12. Body Conditioning Solutions TestraFLEX
  13. Bjorklund Methyldrostanolone
  14. BOSC Enterprises Epi-Tren
  15. BOSC Enterprises Magna Drol
  16. Chaparral Labs Epivol
  17. Chaparral Labs Pheravol-V
  18. Competitive Edge Labs M-Drol
  19. Competitive Edge Labs P-Plex
  20. Competitive Edge Labs X-tren
  21. Diabolic Labs Epio-Plex
  22. Diabolic Labs Finabolic 50
  23. Diabolic Labs Revenge 
  24. Ergopharm 6-OXO 
  25. Ergopharm 6-OXO Extreme 
  26. EST (aka Engineered Sports Technology) MethAnstance 
  27. Extreme Labs Susto-Test Depot 
  28. Fizogen ON Cycle II Hardcore 
  29. G.E.T/ (Genetic Edge Technologies) SUS-500 
  30. G.E.T/ (Genetic Edge Technologies) Tren-250
  31. Hardcore Formulations T-Roid 
  32. I Force Nutrition 1,4 AD Bold 200 
  33. I Force Dymethazine/Reversitol Combo Pack 
  34. I Force Reversitol 
  35. I Force Nutrition 17a PheraFLEX 
  36. I Force Nutrition Dymethazine 
  37. I Force Nutrition Methadrol 
  38. IDS (aka Innovative Delivery Systems) Bromodrol 
  39. IDS (aka Innovative Delivery Systems) Grow Tabs TR 
  40. IDS (aka Innovative Delivery Systems) Mass Tabs 
  41. IDS (aka Innovative Delivery Systems) Oxodrol Pro 
  42. IDS (aka Innovative Delivery Systems) Ripped Tabs TR 
  43. IDS (aka Innovative Delivery Systems) Rapid Release Ripped Tabs 
  44. Kilo Sports Massdrol 
  45. Kilo Sports Phera-Mass 
  46. Kilo Sports Trenadrol 
  47. Monster Caps Monster Caps 
  48. Myogenix Spawn 
  49. Nutra Coastal D-Stianozol 
  50. Nutra Coastal H-Drol 
  51. Nutra Coastal MDIT  
  52. Nutra Coastal S-Drol 
  53. Nutra Coastal Trena 
  54. Performance Anabolics Methastadrol 
  55. Performance Anabolics Tri-Methyl X 
  56. Purus Labs E-pol Inslinsified 
  57. Purus Labs Nasty Mass 
  58. Rage RV2 
  59. Rage RV3 
  60. Rage RV4 
  61. Rage RV5 
  62. Redefine Nutrition Finaflex 550-XD 
  63. Redefine Nutrition Finaflex Ripped 
  64. Transform Supplements Forged Extreme Mass 
  65. Transform Supplements Forged Lean Mass
Manufacturer / Place of Origin
Product manufacturers not specified. Products are distributed by, LLC, of Boise, Idaho, U.S.A
Product Description
The 65 products listed above are promoted as dietary supplements used for bodybuilding.  
Reason for Warning

The FDA informed consumers of a voluntary recall of the 65 bodybuilding products listed above as these products may contain the following anabolic steroids: "Superdrol," "Madol," "Tren," "Androstenedione," and/or "Turinabol."

Anabolic steroids are synthetic substances similar to the male sex hormone testosterone. They are used for the treatment of medical conditions such as hormonal problems and cancer. In Canada, anabolic steroids are controlled substances and are therefore only legally available by prescription.  They should only be taken under the supervision of a health care practitioner.

The company, is conducting a voluntary nationwide and international recall of these products.

According to the company-issued news release, customers who have any of the recalled products in their possession should stop using them immediately and contact their physician if they have experienced any problems that may be related to taking one or more of the products. Consumers should return any unused products purchased on to the company. For instructions on how to return recalled products, contact at 1-866-236-8417 or at

Health Canada has communicated on the risks associated with some of these products in the past.  Health Canada issued a Warning on Ergopharm 6-OXO after receiving a report in Canada of a patient who developed seizures and blood clots in his brain after using the product, and a Foreign Product Alert for Nutra Coastal S-Drol after the FDA informed consumers of a voluntary manufacturer recall because one lot was found to contain an undeclared anabolic steroid.  
Possible Side-Effects
Side-effects associated with anabolic steroids include heart attacks, strokes, liver damage, anxiety, irritability, aggression, and depression. Side-effects also include acne, voice deepening and growth of body hair in women, breast growth and shrinking of testicles in men and short stature in children.


Media Enquiries:

Health Canada

(613) 957-2983

For more details on these Foreign Product Alerts, please visit the Health Canada Web site.

These products are not authorized for sale in Canada and have not been found in the Canadian marketplace, but it is possible they may have been brought into the country by travellers or purchased over the Internet.

Canadians who have this product are advised not to use it, and should consult with a health care professional if they have concerns about their health related to the use of this product.

Drugs and natural health products that are authorized for sale in Canada will have either an eight-digit Drug Identification Number (DIN), a Natural Product Number (NPN) or a Homeopathic Medicine Number (DIN-HM) on the label. These numbers indicate that the products have been assessed by Health Canada for safety, effectiveness and quality.

Health Canada advises Canadians to contact the Health Products and Food Branch Inspectorate at 1-800-267-9675 if they find the product listed above in the Canadian marketplace.

For more information about the information contained in this advisory, please contact Health Canada's public inquiries line at (613) 957-2991 or toll-free at 1-866-225-0709.

As of the date of this posting, no adverse reactions suspected to be associated with the use of this product have been reported in Canada.