So You Can Not Buy Real Hcg?

I got to doing some research today, because I got to thinking about whether or not it would be a good idea to try some of these dieting supplements. I saw an ad for something called Simply slim hcg drops, but I knew that you had some legal issues with that name. In fact if you look it up you can find out that the US FDA has banned the use of what are called homeopathic hCG drops. They call them fraudulent and something else I believe. It is obvious that this stuff is not really hCG I would guess. At any rate it seems as though it would not be legal if it was. I am not sure what it is, but it seems quite obvious that it is not what it says that it is. I sort of wonder why you would claim that you have something, when any person who has access to the internet could figure out that it is not legal for you to sell what you claim that you are selling.

At any rate I would have to know what this stuff is for real before I would take it. The first thing is that I need to lose the weight so that I can move in to the defensive backfield next season. I am going to be subject to drug tests and if this stuff is something that I am going to ingest I have to know that it is not something which could trigger a positive test for performance enhancing drugs or any other drug for that matter. You are responsible for any substance that you ingest and I probably lose my scholarship if I have a drug test that I fail. The coach is probably not going to listen to excuses.