EPHEDRINE HCL IS AVAILABLE TO CUSTOMERS IN THE USA (A maximum of 7.5 grams/month per customer is allowed for personal use only)
The Ephedra ban:
From Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ephedra#Ephedra_ban)
In response to renewed calls for the regulation of ephedra, the FDA commissioned a large meta-analysis of ephedra’s safety and efficacy by the RAND Corporation. This study found that while ephedra promoted modest short-term weight loss, there was no evidence that it was effective for long-term weight loss or performance enhancement. The use of ephedra in this study was associated with significant gastrointestinal, psychiatric, and autonomic side effects. Almost simultaneously, a study in Annals of Internal Medicine found that ephedra was 100 to 700 times more likely to cause a significant adverse reaction than other commonly used supplements such as kava or Ginkgo biloba.
On December 30, 2003, the FDA issued a press release recommending that consumers stop buying and using ephedra, and indicating its intention to ban the sale of ephedra-containing supplements. Subsequently, on 12 April 2004, the FDA issued a final rule banning the sale of ephedra-containing dietary supplements. Tommy Thompson, the US Secretary of Health and Human Services, stated that “…These products pose unacceptable health risks, and any consumers who are still using them should stop immediately.” – Wikipedia
Although Ephedra containing supplements are banned. Nasal Decongestant versions of ephedrine are still readily available we suggest avoiding over priced bronkaid and simply order Ephedrine HCL from Canada.
As for Ephedra Diet Pills & 25 mg ephedrine pills that can be found on some shady websites. We recommend staying clear because as far as we can gather these products are not legal, there are a lot of fake versions out there, and so you really do not know what you are getting. Not to mention some ephedra diet pills are just fat burner cocktails and an accident waiting to happen, avoid them.