Certified Drug Free – Testing Menu

February 9, 2021 1,2,3,4,5,6

The BSCG Certified Drug Free® industry leading testing menu is used to screen dietary supplements, natural products, cosmetics, medical devices, CBD products or their ingredients for more than 491+ drugs. This includes 287+ drugs on the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Prohibited List and 204+ illicit, prescription and over-the-counter drugs not banned in sport. The BSCG Certified Drug Free® testing menu offers the most comprehensive protection available among providers of third-party certification for banned substances covering more than 94% of the positive drug tests reported by WADA labs since 2007.

The WADA Prohibited List serves as a model for professional sport, military, and first responder drug testing programs worldwide, which ban many of the compounds on the WADA Prohibited List. As a result, the BSCG Certified Drug Free® certification program offers security to athletes and professionals across the spectrum of WADA, NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA, WNBA, PGA, LPGA, MLS, CFL, ATP, WTA, FIFA, FINA, AFL, NRL, NASCAR, UFC, CrossFit, NCAA, military, first responder, and other drug-testing programs.

BSCG Certified Drug Free® is proud to be the only certification program to add screening for drugs not banned in sport. Drugs like PDE-5 inhibitors (viagra), muscle relaxants, pain-killers, opioids, antidepressants, benzodiazepines, and more are covered adding significant health protection for athletes and general consumers. Statistics show that 74% of the drug contamination found by the FDA in tainted supplements comes from drugs not banned in sport.

BSCG is also the only certification program to offer an optional expanded testing menu focused on protection of animal supplements for equines and canines, which includes screening for drugs banned by the “Association of Racing Commissioners International, Inc. Uniform Classification Guidelines for Foreign Substances” or on the “Equine Prohibited Substances List” as defined by the Federation Equine International (FEI).

The BSCG Certified Drug Free® testing menu below lists compounds banned in sport first followed by the illicit, prescription and over-the-counter drugs not banned in sport. Compounds banned in sport are sorted by the categories in the WADA Prohibited List then alphabetically. Compounds not banned in sport are arranged alphabetically and include the general pharmaceutical category for the drug.  Notes and Reporting Level details are provided at the bottom.

Compounds Banned in Sport

Compound WADA Category
4-Hydroxypropranolol P1 – BetaBlockers
Acebutolol P1 – BetaBlockers
Atenolol P1 – BetaBlockers
Bisoprolol P1 – BetaBlockers
Carteolol P1 – BetaBlockers
Desmethylmetoprolol P1 – BetaBlockers
Hydroxymetoprolol P1 – BetaBlockers
Labetalol P1 – BetaBlockers
Metoprolol P1 – BetaBlockers
Nadolol P1 – BetaBlockers
O-Desmethylmetoprolol P1 – BetaBlockers
Oxprenolol P1 – BetaBlockers
Propranolol P1 – BetaBlockers
Sotalol P1 – BetaBlockers
Timolol P1 – BetaBlockers
16β-hydroxystanozolol S1 – Anabolic Agents
17-hydroxyprogesterone (17-α-hydroxyprogesterone) S1 – Anabolic Agents
19-norandrostenediol (estr-4-ene-3,17-diol) S1 – Anabolic Agents
19-norandrostenedione (estr-4-ene-3,17-dione) S1 – Anabolic Agents
1-androstenedione (5α-androst-1-ene-3,17-dione, 1-AD) S1 – Anabolic Agents
1-testosterone (17β-hydroxy-5α-androst-1-en-3-one) S1 – Anabolic Agents
3-hydroxy-stanozolol S1 – Anabolic Agents
4-androstenediol (androst-4-ene-3β,17β-diol) S1 – Anabolic Agents
4-hydroxytestosterone (4,17β-dihydroxyandrost-4-en-3-one) S1 – Anabolic Agents
5-androstenedione (androst-5-ene-3,17-dione; 5-androsten-3, 17-dione) S1 – Anabolic Agents
5α-androstane-3α,17β-diol (Androstanediol, Hombreol) S1 – Anabolic Agents
5α-androstane-3β,17α-diol S1 – Anabolic Agents
5α-androstane-3β,17β-diol S1 – Anabolic Agents
5α-Estran-3β,17α-diol (Tetrahyrdonandrolone) S1 – Anabolic Agents
6-Bromoandrostenedione S1 – Anabolic Agents
6α-hydroxyandrostenedione S1 – Anabolic Agents
6β-hydroxymethandienone S1 – Anabolic Agents
6β-hydroxyturinabol S1 – Anabolic Agents
Andarine S1 – Anabolic Agents
Androstanolone (5a-dihydrotestosterone; 17β-hydroxy-5α-androstan-3-one) S1 – Anabolic Agents
Androsterone (3α-hydroxy-5α-androstan-17-one) S1 – Anabolic Agents
Bolasterone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Boldenone (17beta-hydroxyandrost-1,4-diene-3-one) S1 – Anabolic Agents
Boldione (androsta-1,4-diene-3,17-dione; androstadienedione) S1 – Anabolic Agents
Calusterone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Clenbuterol S1 – Anabolic Agents
Clostebol S1 – Anabolic Agents
Danazol ([1,2]oxazolo[4′,5′:2,3]pregna-4-en-20-yn-17α-ol; or 17α-ethynyl-17β-hydroxyandrost-4-eno[2,3-d]isoxazole) S1 – Anabolic Agents
Dehydrochlormethyltestosterone (4-chloro-17β-hydroxy-17α-methylandrosta-1,4-dien-3-one; Oral-turinabol) S1 – Anabolic Agents
Drostanolone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Epiboldenone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Epimethandienone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Epioxandrolone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Epitestosterone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Epitrenbolone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Ethylestrenol (19-norpregna-4-en-17α-ol; or 19-nor-17α-pregn-4-en-17-ol) S1 – Anabolic Agents
Etiocholanolone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Fluoxymesterone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Formebolone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Gestrinone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Hydroxyandrosterone,Hydroxyetiocholanolone S1 – Anabolic Agents
LGD-4033 (Ligandrol) S1 – Anabolic Agents
Mestanolone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Metandienone (17β-hydroxy-17α-methylandrosta-1,4-dien-3-one; methandrostenolone) S1 – Anabolic Agents
Metenolone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Methandriol S1 – Anabolic Agents
Methasterone (17β-hydroxy-2α,17α-dimethyl-5α-
androstan-3-one; or 2α, 17α-dimethyl-5α-androstane-3-one-17β-ol)
S1 – Anabolic Agents
Methyl-1-testosterone (17β-hydroxy-17α-methyl-5α-androst-1-en-3-one) S1 – Anabolic Agents
Methyldienolone (17β-hydroxy-17α-methylestra-4,9-dien-3-one) S1 – Anabolic Agents
Methylnortestosterone (17β-hydroxy-17α-methylestr-4-en-3-one, Normethandrolone, 17α-methyl-19-nortestosterone) S1 – Anabolic Agents
Methyltestosterone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Metribolone (Methyltrienolone, 17β-hydroxy-17α-methylestra-4,9,11-trien-3-one) S1 – Anabolic Agents
Mibolerone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Nandrolone (19-nortestosterone) S1 – Anabolic Agents
Norbolethone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Norclostebol S1 – Anabolic Agents
Norethandrolone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Ostarine S1 – Anabolic Agents
Oxabolone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Oxandrolone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Oxymesterone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Oxymetholone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Prasterone (dehydroepiandrosterone; DHEA; 3β-hydroxyandrost-5-en-17-one) S1 – Anabolic Agents
Prostanozol (17β-[(tetrahydropyran-2-yl)oxy]-1’Hpyrazolo[3,4:2,3]-5α-androstane; or 17β-hydroxy-5α-androstano[3,2-c] pyrazole) S1 – Anabolic Agents
Quinbolone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Ractopamine S1 – Anabolic Agents
Stanozolol S1 – Anabolic Agents
Stenbolone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Testosterone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Tetrahydrogestrinone (17-hydroxy-18a-homo-19-nor-17α-
pregna-4,9,11-trien-3-one; or 18a-homo-pregna-4,9,11-trien-17β-ol-3-one; or THG)
S1 – Anabolic Agents
Tibolone S1 – Anabolic Agents
Trenbolone (17β-hydroxyestr-4,9,11-trien-3-one) S1 – Anabolic Agents
Turinabol (Clostebol acetate) S1 – Anabolic Agents
Zeranol S1 – Anabolic Agents
Zilpaterol S1 – Anabolic Agents
Cobalt S2 – Peptide Hormones, Growth Factors, Related Substances, and Mimetics
Examorelin (Hexarelin) S2 – Peptide Hormones, Growth Factors, Related Substances, and Mimetics
Ibutamoren (MK-677) S2 – Peptide Hormones, Growth Factors, Related Substances, and Mimetics
Ipamorelin S2 – Peptide Hormones, Growth Factors, Related Substances, and Mimetics
Thymosin β4 (N-acetylated_LK) S2 – Peptide Hormones, Growth Factors, Related Substances, and Mimetics
Thymosin-β4-(N-acetylated_LKKTETQ) s2 – Peptide Hormones, Growth Factors, Related Substances, and Mimetics
3-methyl-colterolol S3 – Beta-2 Agonists
Albuterol S3 – Beta-2 Agonists
Bambuterol S3 – Beta-2 Agonists
Bitolterol S3 – Beta-2 Agonists
Brombuterol S3 – Beta-2 Agonists
Clenpenterol S3 – Beta-2 Agonists
Fenoterol S3 – Beta-2 Agonists
Formoterol S3 – Beta-2 Agonists
Higenamine (norcoclaurine) S3 – Beta-2 Agonists
Isoxsuprine S3 – Beta-2 Agonists
Metaproterenol S3 – Beta-2 Agonists
Pirbuterol S3 – Beta-2 Agonists
Ritodrine S3 – Beta-2 Agonists
Salmeterol S3 – Beta-2 Agonists
Terbutaline S3 – Beta-2 Agonists
4-androstene-3,6,17 trione (6-OXO; Androstenetrione) S4 – Hormone & Metabolic Modulators
AICAR S4 – Hormone & Metabolic Modulators
Anastrozole S4 – Hormone & Metabolic Modulators
Androsta-1,4,6-triene-3,17-dione (androstatrienedione, ATD) S4 – Hormone & Metabolic Modulators
Androsta-3,5-diene-7,17-dione (arimistane) S4 – Hormone & Metabolic Modulators
Clomiphene S4 – Hormone & Metabolic Modulators
Formestane (4-hydroxyandrostenedione) S4 – Hormone & Metabolic Modulators
GW 1516 (Cardarine) S4 – Hormone & Metabolic Modulators
Letrozole S4 – Hormone & Metabolic Modulators
Meldonium S4 – Hormone & Metabolic Modulators
Raloxifene S4 – Hormone & Metabolic Modulators
Tamoxifen S4 – Hormone & Metabolic Modulators
Trimetazidine S4 – Hormone & Metabolic Modulators
Acetazolamide S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Amiloride S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Bendroflumethiazide S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Benzthiazide S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Bumetanide S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Canrenone S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Chlorothiazide (thiazide) S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Chlortalidone S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Clopamide S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Cyclothiazide S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Etacrynic acid S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Flumethiazide S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Furosemide S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Hydrochlorothiazide S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Hydroflumethiazide S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Indapamide S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Methyclothiazide S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Metolazone S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Piretanide S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Polythiazide S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Probenecid S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Quinethazone S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Spironolactone S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Torasemide S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Triamterene S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Trichlormethiazide S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
2-Amino-6-Methylheptane (DMHA, Octodrine, 1,5-Dimethylhexlyamine, 6-methyl-2-heptylamine)) S6 – Stimulants
3,4-methylenedioxypyprovalerone (MDPV) S6 – Stimulants
3-methoxytyramine S6 – Stimulants
4-Bromo-2,5-dimethoxyamphetamine (Dimethoxybromoamphetamine, DOB, brolamfetamine, bromo-DMA) S6 – Stimulants
4-Bromo-2,5-Dimethoxyphenethylamine S6 – Stimulants
4-fluoromethcathinone (Flephedrone) S6 – Stimulants
4-methylhexan-2-amine (DMAA, methylhexaneamine; 1,3-dimethylpentylamine; dimethylamylamine) S6 – Stimulants
4-Methylpentan-2-amine (1,3-dimethylbutylamine, DMBA, AMP Citrate) S6 – Stimulants
Amfepramone (Diethylproprion) S6 – Stimulants
Aminorex S6 – Stimulants
Amphetamine S6 – Stimulants
Benfluorex S6 – Stimulants
Benzoylecgonine S6 – Stimulants
Benzphetamine S6 – Stimulants
Benzylpiperazine S6 – Stimulants
Cathine** (Norpseudoephedrine) S6 – Stimulants
Cathinone S6 – Stimulants
Clobenzorex S6 – Stimulants
Cocaine S6 – Stimulants
d-Amphetamine (Dexamfetamine, Dextroamphetamine) S6 – Stimulants
Desmethylselegiline (nordeprenyl) S6 – Stimulants
Ephedrine*** S6 – Stimulants
Etamivan S6 – Stimulants
Ethylamphetamine S6 – Stimulants
Ethylphenidate S6 – Stimulants
Etilefrine S6 – Stimulants
Famprofazone S6 – Stimulants
Fenfluramine S6 – Stimulants
Fenproporex S6 – Stimulants
Fonturacetam (4-phenylpiracetam; carphedon) S6 – Stimulants
Heptaminol (6-Amino-2-methyl-heptanol) S6 – Stimulants
Isometheptene S6 – Stimulants
Levmetamfetamine S6 – Stimulants
Mazindol S6 – Stimulants
Mefenorex S6 – Stimulants
Mephedrone (4-methylmethcathinone) S6 – Stimulants
Mephentermine S6 – Stimulants
Mescaline (3,4,5-trimethoxyphenethylamine) S6 – Stimulants
Metaraminol S6 – Stimulants
Methamphetamine(d-) S6 – Stimulants
Methylbenzodioxolylbutanamine (MBDB) S6 – Stimulants
Methylenedioxyethylamphetamine (MDEA) S6 – Stimulants
Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) S6 – Stimulants
Methylephedrine*** S6 – Stimulants
Methylone (3,4-Methylenedioxy-N-methcathinone) S6 – Stimulants
Methylphenidate S6 – Stimulants
Modafinil S6 – Stimulants
Modafinil Acid S6 – Stimulants
N,N-dimethylphenethylamine S6 – Stimulants
Nicotine S6 – Stimulants
Nikethamide S6 – Stimulants
N-methylphenethylamine S6 – Stimulants
Noopept (Omberacetam) S6 – Stimulants
Norfenfluramine (3-trifluoromethylamphetamine) S6 – Stimulants
N-α-diethyl-phenethylamine (N,a-DEPEA; N-alpha-diethylphenethylamine, N-ethyl-1-phenyl-2-butanamine) S6 – Stimulants
N-β-diethyl-phenethylamine S6 – Stimulants
Octopamine S6 – Stimulants
Oxilofrine (Methylsynephrine) S6 – Stimulants
para-Methoxyamphetamine (PMA, Methoxyamfetamine) S6 – Stimulants
para-Methoxymethamphetamine (PMMA) S6 – Stimulants
p-Chloroamphetamine S6 – Stimulants
Pemoline S6 – Stimulants
Pentetrazol (Pentylenetetrazole) S6 – Stimulants
Phendimetrazine S6 – Stimulants
Phenethylamine and its derivatives (PEA) S6 – Stimulants
Phenmetrazine S6 – Stimulants
Phentermine S6 – Stimulants
Phenylpropanolamine (PPA, norephedrine) S6 – Stimulants
Pholedrine (4-hydroxy-N-methylamphetamine (4-HMA)) S6 – Stimulants
Propylhexedrine S6 – Stimulants
Pseudoephedrine***** S6 – Stimulants
Ritalinic Acid S6 – Stimulants
Selegiline (L-deprenyl) S6 – Stimulants
Sibutramine S6 – Stimulants
Strychnine S6 – Stimulants
Synephrine S6 – Stimulants
Tenamfetamine (methylenedioxyamphetamine; (MDA) S6 – Stimulants
Tuaminoheptane S6 – Stimulants
α-Pyrrolidinovalerophenone S6 – Stimulants
Alfentanil S7 – Narcotics
Buprenorphine S7 – Narcotics
Carfentanil S7 – Narcotics
Codeine S7 – Narcotics
Desomorphine S7 – Narcotics
Despropionylfentanyl S7 – Narcotics
Diamorphine (heroin) S7 – Narcotics
Fentanyl S7 – Narcotics
GHB (γ-Hydroxybutyric acid; 4-hydroxybutanoic acid) S7 – Narcotics
Hydrocodone S7 – Narcotics
Hydromorphone S7 – Narcotics
LSD S7 – Narcotics
Methadone S7 – Narcotics
Morphine S7 – Narcotics
Oxycodone S7 – Narcotics
Oxymorphone S7 – Narcotics
Pentazocine S7 – Narcotics
Pethidine (Meperidine) S7 – Narcotics
Phencyclidine (PCP) S7 – Narcotics
Remifentanyl S7 – Narcotics
Sufentanil S7 – Narcotics
Tramadol S7 – Narcotics
11-Hydroxy-Delta-9-THC S8 – Cannabinoids
11-Nor9-Carboxy-Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabinol S8 – Cannabinoids
Spice_Cannabinoid_(JWH-018) S8 – Cannabinoids
Spice_Cannabinoid_(JWH-073) S8 – Cannabinoids
Spice_Cannabinoid_(JWH-073_Metabolite) S8 – Cannabinoids
Spice_Cannabinoid_(JWH-250 4-Hydrox pentyl metabolite) S8 – Cannabinoids
Spice_Cannabinoid_(JWH-250 5-Hydrox pentyl metabolite) S8 – Cannabinoids
Spice_Cannabinoid_(JWH-250) S8 – Cannabinoids
THC (Delta 9-tetrahyrdocannabinol) S8 – Cannabinoids
6-α-fluprednisolone S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Beclomethasone S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Betamethasone S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Budesonide S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Cortiisone S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Deflazacort S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Deoxycorticosterone S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Desoximetasone S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Dexamethasone S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Fludrocortisone S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Flumethasone S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Fluocinonide S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Fluorometholone S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Flurandrenolide S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Flurandrenolide S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Fluticasone Propionate S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Halcinonide S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Hydrocortisone S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Isoflupredone S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Meprednisone S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Methylprednisolone S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Mometasone S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Paramethasone S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Prednisolone S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Prednisone S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Triamcinolone S9 – Glucocorticosteroids
Triamcinolone Acetonide S9 – Glucocorticosteroids


Compounds Not Banned in Sport

Compound General Category
2-(1-Hydroxyethyl)promazine sulfoxide  Antipsychotic
2-(1-Hydroxypropyl)promazine sulfoxide  Antipsychotic
4-Aminoantipyrine  Analgesic/antipyretic
7-Hydroxychlorpromazine  Antipsychotic
7-hydroxymitragynine  Analgesic/antipyretic
Acemetacin  NSAID
Acepromazine  Sedative
Acetaminophen  Analgesic
Acetanilide  Analgesic/antipyretic
Acetildenafil  PDE-5 Inhibitor
Acetophenazine  Antipsychotic
Acetophenetidin (Phenacetin)  Antipsychotic
Acetylcysteine  Mucolytic
Acetylsalicylic acid  Analgesic
AH-7921  Opiod
Aldosterone  Opiod
Alprostatdil (Prostaglandin E1)  Prostaglandin
Altrenogest  Progestin
Aminocaproic acid  Progestin
Aminophylline  Bronchodilator
Aminopyrine  Analgesic/antipyretic
Amitriptyline  Antidepressant
Amoxapine  Antidepressant
Anileridine  Analgesic/antipyretic
Antipyrine  Analgesic/antipyretic
Apomorphine  Opiod
Atropine  Anticholinergic
Avanafil  PDE-5 Inhibitor
Azaperone  Anticholinergic
Benoxaprofen  NSAID
Benzocaine  Local Anesthetic
Bufexamac  NSAID
Bufotenine  Tryptamine
Bupivacaine  Local Anesthetic
Buspirone  Anxiolytic
Butorphanol  Opiod
Camphor  Opiod
Capsaicin  Opiod
Carbazochrome  Haemostatic
Carboxydetomidine  Haemostatic
Carisoprodol  Muscle relaxant
Carprofen  NSAID
Celecoxib  NSAID
Cetirizine  Antihistamine
Chlorpheniramine  Antihistamine
Chlorpromazine  Sedative
Clodronic Acid  Antihistamine
Clonidine  Stimulant
Cotinine  Stimulant
Cyclobenzaprine  Muscle relaxant
Dantrolene  Muscle relaxant
Dehydronorketamine  Sedative
Deracoxib  NSAID
Dermorphin  Opiod
Desipramine  Antidepressant
Desvenlafaxine (O-desmethylvenlafaxine)  Antidepressant
Detomidine  Sedative
Dextromethorphan  Antitussive
Dextrorphan  Antitussive
Dezocine  Opiod
Diazepam  Benzodiazepines
Dichloroacetic acid (dichloroacetate, dichloroethanoic acid)  Metabolic Modulator
Diclofenac  NSAID
Diflunisal  NSAID
Dihydromorphine  Opiod
Diphenhydramine  Antihistamine
Dipyrone  Antihistamine
Doxepin  Antidepressant
Droperidol  Antipsychotic
Dyphylline  Bronchodilator
Echinopsine  Stimulant
Eltenac  NSAID
Estazolam  Benzodiazepines
Etamiphylline  Bronchodilator
Etamsylate  Haemostatic agent/antihemmorhagic
Ethylmorphine  Opiod
Etodolac  NSAID
Etorphine  Opiod
Fenoprofen  NSAID
Fenspiride  Antitussive
Firoxocib  NSAID
Flucinolone Acetonide  NSAID
Flufenamic acid  NSAID
Flunitrazepam  NSAID
Flunixin  NSAID
Fluoxetine  Weight Loss
Fluphenazine  Antipsychotic
Fluphenazine Sulfoxide  Antipsychotic
Flupirtine  Analgesic
Flurbiprofen  NSAID
Gabapentin  Anticonvulsant
Glaucine  Alkaloid
Glycopyrrolate  Anticholinergic
Guanabenz  Sedative
Hydroxyacetildenafil  PDE-5 Inhibitor
Hydroxycarisoprodol  Muscle relaxant
Hydroxyhomosildenafil  PDE-5 Inhibitor
Hydroxyzine  Sedative
Ibuprofen  Muscarinic
Imipramine  Antidepressant
Indomethacin  NSAID
Ipratropium  NSAID
Ketamine  Anaesthetic
Ketoprofen  NSAID
Ketorolac  NSAID
Levamisole  Anthelminthic/immunomodulatory
Levorphanol  Anthelminthic/immunomodulatory
Lidocaine  Local Anesthetic
Lobeline  Alkaloid
L-Thyroxine  Narcotic
Meclofenamic Acid  NSAID
Medetomidine  NSAID
Medroxyprogesterone Acetate  Progestin
Mefenamic Acid  NSAID
Meloxicam  NSAID
Mephenytoin  Anticonvulsant/Weight loss
Mepivacaine  Local Anesthetic
Meprobamate  Anxiolytic
Methaqualone  Sedative
Methocarbamol  Muscle relaxant
Methotrexate  Immunomodulator
Mitragynine (Kratom)  Alkaloid
Nabumetone  NSAID
Nalbuphine  Analgesic
Nalorphine  Analgesic
Naproxen  NSAID
N-Butylscopolamine  Anticholinergic
Niflumic acid  Analgesic
Nimesulide  NSAID
Nomifensine  NSAID
Nordiazepam  Benzodiazepines
Norfluoxetine  Antidepressant
Norketamine  Anaesthetic
Norlobelanine  Alkaloid
Normeperidine  Narcotic
Normorphine  Opiod
Nortriptyline  Antidepressant
Nylidrin  Sympathomimetic
o-desmethyl naproxen  NSAID
O-Desmethylpyrilamine  Antihistamine
O-Desmethyltramadol  Analgesic
Omeprazole  Proton pump inhibitor
Omeprazole Sulfide  Proton pump inhibitor
Oxaprozin  NSAID
Oxazepam  Benzodiazepines
Oxymetazoline  Decongestant
Oxyphenbutazone  NSAID
Pentobarbital  Sedative
Pentoxyfylline  Phosphodiesterase inhibitor
Perphenazine  Antipsychotic
Phenobarbital  Sedative
Phenolphthalein  Weight Loss
Phensuxumide  Anticonvulsant
Phenylbutazone  NSAID
Phenytoin  Anticonvulsant/Weight loss
p-hydroxy-phenytoin  Anticonvulsant/Weight loss
Piperidenafil  PDE-5 Inhibitor
Piroxicam  NSAID
Pramoxine  Antipruritic
Prilocaine  Local Anesthetic
Procaine  Local Anesthetic
Promazine  Sedative
Propantheline  Anticholinergic
Propiomazine  Antihistamine
Propionylpromazine  Sedative
Pyridostigmine  Anticholinesterase
Pyrilamine  Antihistamine
Quetiapine  Antihistamine
Reserpine  Antipsychotic
Rimonabant  Weight Loss
Rofecoxib  NSAID
Romifidine  Sedative
Salicylic acid  Analgesic
Scopolamine  Anticholinergic
Secobarbital  Sedative
Sertraline  Antidepressant
Sildenafil  PDE-5 Inhibitor
Sulfamethazine (Sulfadimidine)  Sulfonamide
Sulindac  NSAID
Tadalafil  PDE-5 Inhibitor
Tamoxifen  PDE-5 Inhibitor
Temazepam  Benzodiazepines
Tenoxicam  NSAID
Tepoxalin  NSAID
Tetracaine  Local Anesthetic
Thebaine  Opiod
Theobromine  Stimulant
Theophylline  Stimulant
Tiaprofenic Acid  NSAID
Tiludronic Acid  NSAID
Tolfenamic Acid  NSAID
Tolmetin  NSAID
Topiramate  Anticonvulsant
Tranexamic acid  Antifibrinolytic
Trazadone  Antifibrinolytic
Tripelennamine (PBZ)  Anaesthetic
Valdecoxib  NSAID
Vardenafil  PDE-5 Inhibitor
Vedaprofen  NSAID
Venlafaxine  Antidepressant
Xylazine  Sedative
Zolpidem  Hypnotic
Zomepirac  NSAID
Zuclopenthixol  Antipsychotic



1 – The lists above include the majority of compounds in the BSCG Certified Drug Free® standard testing menu, but they are not exhaustive lists. BSCG regularly adds additional compounds that may not be listed here. BSCG reserves the right to make any additions, subtractions or adjustments to these lists that it deems appropriate for any reason at any time.

2 – The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Category column is used to sort compounds banned in sport according to how they are organized on the WADA Prohibited List. The WADA Prohibited List is considered by many in the anti-doping community as the most robust banned substance list in human sport and is used as a guide by most other sporting groups and leagues with some groups opting to either use the WADA Prohibited List as is, or a subset of the drugs included. The compounds included are banned by most major sporting organizations including WADA, NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA, WNBA, PGA, LPGA, MLS, CFL, ATP, WTA, FIFA, FINA, AFL, NRL, NASCAR, UFC, CrossFit, NCAA, as well as military and first responder drug testing programs. Some organizations, such as NFL, MLB, and NCAA, may ban additional drugs not prohibited by WADA; those are included as relevant under the appropriate WADA category. Some compounds in the testing menu are not listed as prohibited substances but have resulted in adverse analytical findings or would be considered banned under related substance language included in certain compound categories.

3 – In addition to compounds banned in sport prescription, over-the-counter (OTC) or illicit drugs not banned in sport are also included in the testing menu. Compounds not banned in sport are organized alphabetically and include the general pharmaceutical category for reference purposes, some compounds may fit into other categories not listed.

4 – BSCG has established Method Detection Levels which represent the amount, in parts per billion (ng/g), above which a compound can be identified in a representative dietary supplement matrix. Methods have been validated to ISO 17025 standards according to the fit for purpose principle of analytical chemistry with Method Detection Levels established at a low 2-100 ng/g for most compounds with the remaining compounds in the 100-500 ng/g range. Detection levels in unique items may be lower or higher than established Method Detection Levels for certain compounds due to matrix variation or interference.

5 – Method Detection Levels were established using extractions tailored to groups of compounds based on their chemistry. Method Detection Levels are subject to the capabilities of the extraction used for the analysis. While each extraction is capable of detecting compounds for which it was not designed, the Method Detection Levels for some compounds have not been verified. Method Detection Levels for compounds with similar chemistry to those that have been validated is expected to be in the 2-500 ng/g range, but this performance is not guaranteed.

6 – An expanded testing menu may be added when certification is conducted for equine, canine, or other animal specific products or ingredients. Testing will include qualitative screening for approximately 1,300 drugs including most of the drugs banned by the “Association of Racing Commissioners International, Inc. Uniform Classification Guidelines for Foreign Substances” or on the “Equine Prohibited Substances List” as defined by the Federation Equine International (FEI). These prohibited substance lists, or a subset thereof, are used internationally for competition animals and include drugs banned by the American Graded Stakes Committee, FEI, USEF, greyhound racing, camel racing and other jurisdictions. The performance of this qualitative screen has not been fully validated.


Reporting Levels

Compounds Banned in Sport

Any amount of a compound banned in sport that is detected and meets appropriate acceptance criteria will be reported to Company and may result in a Batch not receiving Certification. Thresholds in urine, and/or plasma, defined by international testing guidelines (WADA technical documents, ARCI uniform medication guidelines, FEI…) may be considered along with potential natural presence of a compound, and/or other relevant factors, when evaluating the significance of the findings at BSCG sole discretion.

Compounds not Banned in Sport

Contamination with compounds not banned in sport at or above a reporting threshold of .0005% and/or resulting in total daily intake based on product serving suggestions of greater than 10 μg/day may result in a Batch not receiving Certification. Presence of a compound not banned in sport detected below this level will still be reported but the Batch may receive Certification. In either instance, the company must embark on a strategy to remove the presence of the compound from its product. If such a strategy is not employed the next Batch that exhibits any amount of the compound may result in that Batch not receiving Certification. If such a strategy is employed the stated reporting levels will remain in effect as the issue is addressed.

Reporting levels are always subject to BSCG review and BSCG retains the right to make any adjustments based on circumstances surrounding each case at its sole discretion.



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