Vini Culture <email@example.com> said:
Marc D <(Address removed)> said:
hasn't had animal testing, let alone human testing. adding a message to
the label saying "not for human consumption" allows them to sidestep all
makes about as much sense as the message which is on tins of dog food – "not tested on animals" – is it just me or does that seem like a bit of a lie?
its all about the food and drug regulations. if they don't say that, then they are obliged to do proper animal and human testing, which being back street chemists, they aren't about to do. so, are you prepared to take a research chemical where there is no information whatsoever? in my mind better to go for illegal chems where you know whats what, sort of.
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