Physicians today are alert to requests from patients for narcotics or benzodiazepines and are rightly concerned about the addictive potential of these drugs.  However, relatively few physicians are aware of the addictive potential of skeletal muscle relaxants. Lack of awareness on the part of physicians of the potential for skeletal muscle relaxant abuse contributes to the problem. The fact that these drugs are not controlled substances may lead to complacency on the part of prescribers. Some of the drugs, such as carisoprodol, may even be ordered by mail through veterinary supply houses. 
However, the Anavar steroid was discontinued by Searle in 1989, due to the bad press brought on by bodybuilders abusing the drug. It was later reintroduced to the world market as Oxandrin in 1995, but it remains a controlled substance under US law. The current manufacturer of oxandrolone holds all the rights to their medicine, and that’s why it is very rare to find oxandrolone today. It’s still called Anavar by most people, and it’s very hard to buy. Even if you do find Anavar for sale, the law of supply and demand inevitably results in a rather exorbitant price for the steroid.
Anabolic steroids differ in their characteristics, which means there are steroids that are only suitable for specific uses. For instance, Trenbolone is not recommended for bulking but it is an outstanding fat burner. This makes it perfect for a lean mass cycle or a cutting cycle. Always take the side effects of a particular compound into consideration whenever you plan a stack. Do not combine anabolic steroids that show similar side effects. For example, never combine Anapolon and Dianabol because they are already quite toxic and if you combine them, the toxicity will increase exponentially and cause serious damage to your body.