No. It's an NSAID to relieve pain & has not been classified as a PED yet. However, due to its ability to immediately mask pain, I'd keep an eye out for the IOC adding to the list of prohibited substances.
have to look at the caffeine levels init, and I'm not to sure if natural testosterone boosters are allowed, but i know bsn no xplode is band by the IOC for the high caffeine content
Ketoralic, also known as Toradol is a Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory for short-term use. It is not a controlled substance.
banned as it causes genetic mutations and is bad for the human body
There are 8 group of drugs that are banned by IOC and various sports associations across the world. Stimulants Anabolic agents Androgenic anabolic steroids Non-steroidal Diuretics Peptide and glycoprotein hormones and analogues Narcotic analgesics Blood doping Pharmacological, chemical or physical manipulations.
Steroids is this substance
Toradol tablets are not a scheduled narcotic.
Toradol is an anti-inflammatory drug used for pain
No. Toradol is an NSAID just like motrin or ibuprofen.
No. A procedure already banned by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and subsequently the National Collegiate Athletic Association. Therefore, EPO is illegal.
It is a banned substance in nebulizers because it causes broncospasms in children. This produces a burning sensation, cough, and pruritus.