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10 Addictively Dangerous Yet Legal Drugs

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It might surprise you learn that many of the most addictive drugs for humans are actually legal. They are commonly prescribed by doctors, bought over the counter in many cases at corner stores, and even filled readily by pharmacists.

Here are ten drugs are perfectly legal yet quite addictive and fatal when abused…

1. Anabolic Steroids

Anabolic steroids can provide right the chemicals to your body and brain if you suffer from low testosterone, or suffer from a muscle-expending disease—like AIDS or cancer.  However, when this synthetic testosterone is taken by a healthy man or women for the purposes of bulking up muscle mass, they can cause dangerous and addictive consequences, including aggression, paranoia, irritability, and damage the liver, kidneys, and heart.

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