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Testing Menu – 2016

BSCG Certified Drug Free®


Dietary Supplement Drug Testing Menu – April 2016
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The BSCG Certified Drug Free® dietary supplement drug testing menu covers 483 drugs, more than any other program in the world. This includes 272 drugs on the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Prohibited List and an additional 211 illicit, prescription and over-the-counter drugs not banned in sport. The BSCG Certified Drug Free®  supplement drug testing menu covers more prohibited substances in sport than any other similar program. We are also proud to be the only dietary supplement certification program to include drugs that are not banned in sport in our supplement drug testing menu. Drugs like PDE-5 inhibitors (Viagra), muscle relaxants, pain-killers, antidepressants, benzodiazepines, and more are included adding significant protection for athletes and general consumers. BSCG is also the only dietary supplement certification program to offer an optional addition to our supplement drug testing menu focused on protection of equines and canines, which includes drugs banned by the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association (TOBA) or Federation Equine International (FEI).

The BSCG Certified Drug Free® dietary supplement drug testing menu lists compounds banned in sport first followed by the prescription and over-the-counter drugs not banned in sport. Compounds banned in sport are sorted by the categories in the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Prohibited List then alphabetically. Compounds not banned in sport are arranged alphabetically and include the general pharmaceutical category for the drug.

The WADA Prohibited list serves as a model for sport, military and vocational drug testing programs worldwide, which ban many of the compounds on the WADA Prohibited List. As a result, the BSCG Certified Drug Free® supplement certification program offers security to athletes and professionals across the spectrum of WADA, NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA, WNBA, PGA, LPGA, MLS, ATP, WTA, FIFA, FINA, AFL, NRL, NASCAR, UFC, CrossFit, NCAA, military, law enforcement, and other drug-testing programs. The dietary supplement drug testing menu below applies to items certified starting April 1, 2016. To review the supplement drug testing menu for products certified prior to April 1, 2016 please see

Compounds Banned in Sport

Prohibited Substances in SportWorld Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Category
4-HydroxypropranololP2 – BetaBlockers
AcebutololP2 – BetaBlockers
AtenololP2 – BetaBlockers
BisoprololP2 – BetaBlockers
CarteololP2 – BetaBlockers
DesmethylmetoprololP2 – BetaBlockers
HydroxymetoprololP2 – BetaBlockers
LabetalolP2 – BetaBlockers
MetoprololP2 – BetaBlockers
NadololP2 – BetaBlockers
O-DesmethylmetoprololP2 – BetaBlockers
OxprenololP2 – BetaBlockers
PropranololP2 – BetaBlockers
SotalolP2 – BetaBlockers
TimololP2 – BetaBlockers
Trimetazidine DihydrochlorideP2 – BetaBlockers
16B-HydroxystanozololS1 – Anabolic Agents
17-hydroxyprogesterone (17 alpha-hydroxyprogesterone)S1 – Anabolic Agents
19-NorandrostenediolS1 – Anabolic Agents
19-NorandrostenedioneS1 – Anabolic Agents
19-NorandrosteroneS1 – Anabolic Agents
1-AndrostenedioneS1 – Anabolic Agents
1-TestosteroneS1 – Anabolic Agents
3-OH_StanozololS1 – Anabolic Agents
4-AndrostenediolS1 – Anabolic Agents
4-HydroxytestosteroneS1 – Anabolic Agents
4-OH_TestosteroneS1 – Anabolic Agents
5a-Androstan-3a,17b-diolS1 – Anabolic Agents
5a-Androstan-3b,17a-diolS1 – Anabolic Agents
5a-Androstan-3b,17b-diolS1 – Anabolic Agents
5a-Estran-3B,17a-diolS1 – Anabolic Agents
5-androstenedioneS1 – Anabolic Agents
6a-hydroxyandrostenedione S1S1 – Anabolic Agents
6b-hydroxymethandienoneS1 – Anabolic Agents
6b-hydroxyturinabolS1 – Anabolic Agents
AndarineS1 – Anabolic Agents
AndrostenedioneS1 – Anabolic Agents
AndrosteroneS1 – Anabolic Agents
AndrosteroneS1 – Anabolic Agents
Bolandiol (estr-4-ene-3?,17?-diol)S1 – Anabolic Agents
BolasteroneS1 – Anabolic Agents
BoldenoneS1 – Anabolic Agents
Boldenone MetaboliteS1 – Anabolic Agents
BoldioneS1 – Anabolic Agents
CalusteroneS1 – Anabolic Agents
CardarineS1 – Anabolic Agents
ClenbuterolS1 – Anabolic Agents
ClostebolS1 – Anabolic Agents
DanazolS1 – Anabolic Agents
Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA, Prasterone)S1 – Anabolic Agents
Dihydrotestosterone (DHT)S1 – Anabolic Agents
DromostanoloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
DrostanoloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
Drostanolone MetaboliteS1 – Anabolic Agents
EpiboldenoneS1 – Anabolic Agents
EpimethandienoneS1 – Anabolic Agents
EpioxandroloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
EpitestosteroneS1 – Anabolic Agents
EpitrenboloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
EthylestrenolS1 – Anabolic Agents
EtiocholanoloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
FluoxymesteroneS1 – Anabolic Agents
FormeboloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
GestrinoneS1 – Anabolic Agents
Hydroxyandrosterone,HydroxyetiocholanoloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
LGD-4033S1 – Anabolic Agents
MestanoloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
MesteroloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
MetenoloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
Metenolone MetaboliteS1 – Anabolic Agents
Methandienone/MethandrostenoloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
MethandriolS1 – Anabolic Agents
MethasteroneS1 – Anabolic Agents
Methyl-1-TestosteroneS1 – Anabolic Agents
MethenoloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
MethyldienoloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
MethylnortestosteroneS1 – Anabolic Agents
MethyltestosteroneS1 – Anabolic Agents
Metribolone (methyltrienolone, 17?-hydroxy-

17?-methylestra-4,9,11-trien-3-one)

S1 – Anabolic Agents
MiboleroneS1 – Anabolic Agents
NandroloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
NorbolethoneS1 – Anabolic Agents
NorclostebolS1 – Anabolic Agents
NorethandroloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
NormethandroloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
Oral Turinabol (Dehydrochlormethyltestosterone)S1 – Anabolic Agents
OstarineS1 – Anabolic Agents
OxaboloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
OxandroloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
OxymesteroneS1 – Anabolic Agents
OxymetholoneS1 – Anabolic Agents
ProstanozolS1 – Anabolic Agents
QuinboloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
StanozololS1 – Anabolic Agents
StenboloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
TestosteroneS1 – Anabolic Agents
TetrahydrogestrinoneS1 – Anabolic Agents
TiboloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
Tren (Estra-4,9-diene-3,17-dione)S1 – Anabolic Agents
TrenboloneS1 – Anabolic Agents
ZeranolS1 – Anabolic Agents
ZilpaterolS1 – Anabolic Agents
3-Methyl-Colterolol S3S3 – Beta-2 Agonists
AlbuterolS3 – Beta-2 Agonists
BambuterolS3 – Beta-2 Agonists
BrombuterolS3 – Beta-2 Agonists
FenoterolS3 – Beta-2 Agonists
FormoterolS3 – Beta-2 Agonists
IsoxsuprineS3 – Beta-2 Agonists
MetaproterenolS3 – Beta-2 Agonists
PirbuterolS3 – Beta-2 Agonists
ProcaterolS3 – Beta-2 Agonists
RactopamineS3 – Beta-2 Agonists
Ractopamine(-)S3 – Beta-2 Agonists
RitodrineS3 – Beta-2 Agonists
SalmeterolS3 – Beta-2 Agonists
TerbutalineS3 – Beta-2 Agonists
6-OXOS4 – Hormone & Metabolic Modulators
AcadesineS4 – Hormone & Metabolic Modulators
AnastrozoleS4 – Hormone & Metabolic Modulators
AndrostatrienedioneS4 – Hormone & Metabolic Modulators
ClomipheneS4 – Hormone & Metabolic Modulators
FormestaneS4 – Hormone & Metabolic Modulators
LetrozoleS4 – Hormone & Metabolic Modulators
TamoxifenS4 – Hormone & Metabolic Modulators
AcetazolamideS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
AmilorideS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
BendroflumethiazideS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
BenzthiazideS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
BumetanideS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
CanrenoneS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
ChlorothiazideS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
ChlorthalidoneS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
ClopamideS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
CyclothiazideS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Ethacrynic_AcidS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
FlumethiazideS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
Furosemide_(-)S5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
HydrochlorothiazideS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
HydroflumethiazideS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
IndapamideS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
MethyclothiazideS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
MetolazoneS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
PiretanideS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
PolythiazideS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
ProbenecidS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
QuinethazoneS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
SpironolactoneS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
TorsemideS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
TriametereneS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
TrichlormethiazideS5 – Diuretics & Masking Agents
1,3-DimethylbutylamineS6 – Stimulants
2,5-Dimethoxy-4-BromoamphetamineS6 – Stimulants
2-Amino-6-MethylheptaneS6 – Stimulants
4-Bromo-2,5-DimethoxyphenethylamineS6 – Stimulants
4-fluoromethcathinone (Flephedrone)S6 – Stimulants
Ampfepramone (Diethylpropion)S6 – Stimulants
AmphetamineS6 – Stimulants
a-PyrrolidinovalerophenoneS6 – Stimulants
Bath Salts(Methylenedioxypyrovalerone)S6 – Stimulants
BenfluorexS6 – Stimulants
BenzoylecgonineS6 – Stimulants
BenzphetamineS6 – Stimulants
BenzylpiperazineS6 – Stimulants
Carphedon (4-phenylpiracetam)S6 – Stimulants
CathineS6 – Stimulants
CathinoneS6 – Stimulants
ClobenzorexS6 – Stimulants
CocaineS6 – Stimulants
d-AmphetamineS6 – Stimulants
DesmethylselegilineS6 – Stimulants
Diethylpropion (Amfepramone)S6 – Stimulants
DimethylamphetamineS6 – Stimulants
d-MethamphetamineS6 – Stimulants
EphedrineS6 – Stimulants
EtamivanS6 – Stimulants
EthylamphetamineS6 – Stimulants
EtilefrineS6 – Stimulants
FamprofazoneS6 – Stimulants
FenfluramineS6 – Stimulants
FenproporexS6 – Stimulants
HeptaminolS6 – Stimulants
IsomethepteneS6 – Stimulants
LevmetamfetamineS6 – Stimulants
MazindolS6 – Stimulants
MBDBS6 – Stimulants
MDAS6 – Stimulants
MDEAS6 – Stimulants
MDMAS6 – Stimulants
MenfenorexS6 – Stimulants
MephedroneS6 – Stimulants
MephentermineS6 – Stimulants
MethamphetamineS6 – Stimulants
MethedroneS6 – Stimulants
Methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV)S6 – Stimulants
MethylephedrineS6 – Stimulants
MethylhexaneamineS6 – Stimulants
MethyloneS6 – Stimulants
MethylphenidateS6 – Stimulants
ModafinilS6 – Stimulants
Modafinil_AcidS6 – Stimulants
N,a-diethyl-phenethylamine_(Meth_analog)S6 – Stimulants
NikethamideS6 – Stimulants
NorfenfluramineS6 – Stimulants
OctopamineS6 – Stimulants
OxethazineS6 – Stimulants
OxilofrineS6 – Stimulants
Para-ChloroamphetamineS6 – Stimulants
PemolineS6 – Stimulants
PentetrazolS6 – Stimulants
PhendimetrazineS6 – Stimulants
PhenmetrazineS6 – Stimulants
PhentermineS6 – Stimulants
PholedrineS6 – Stimulants
PMAS6 – Stimulants
PMMAS6 – Stimulants
PropylhexedrineS6 – Stimulants
Ritalinic_AcidS6 – Stimulants
SibutramineS6 – Stimulants
StrychnineS6 – Stimulants
SynephrineS6 – Stimulants
TuaminoheptaneS6 – Stimulants
AlfentanilS7 – Narcotics
BuprenorphineS7 – Narcotics
DespropionylfentanylS7 – Narcotics
Diacetylmorphine_(Heroin)S7 – Narcotics
FentanylS7 – Narcotics
HydromorphoneS7 – Narcotics
MethadoneS7 – Narcotics
MorphineS7 – Narcotics
OxycodoneS7 – Narcotics
OxymorphoneS7 – Narcotics
PentazocineS7 – Narcotics
RemifentanylS7 – Narcotics
11-Hydroxy_Delta-9_THCS8 – Cannabinoids
Nor9_Carboxy_delta9_THCS8 – Cannabinoids
Delta-9-THCS8 – Cannabinoids
Spice_Cannabinoid_(AM-2201)S8 – Cannabinoids
Spice_Cannabinoid_(Cannabicyclohexanol)S8 – Cannabinoids
Spice_Cannabinoid_(CP_47,_497)S8 – Cannabinoids
Spice_Cannabinoid_(HU-210,_HU-211)S8 – Cannabinoids
Spice_Cannabinoid_(JWH-018)S8 – Cannabinoids
Spice_Cannabinoid_(JWH-073)S8 – Cannabinoids
Spice_Cannabinoid_(JWH-073_Metabolite)S8 – Cannabinoids
Spice_Cannabinoid_(JWH-200)S8 – Cannabinoids
Spice_Cannabinoid_(JWH-250)S8 – Cannabinoids
6-a-FluprednisoloneS9 – Glucocorticoids
AlsosteroneS9 – Glucocorticoids
BeclomethasoneS9 – Glucocorticoids
BudesonideS9 – Glucocorticoids
CortisoneS9 – Glucocorticoids
DeflazacortS9 – Glucocorticoids
DeoxycorticosteroneS9 – Glucocorticoids
Dexamethasone/BetamethasoneS9 – Glucocorticoids
DexoximetasoneS9 – Glucocorticoids
Flucinolone_AcetonideS9 – Glucocorticoids
FludrocortisoneS9 – Glucocorticoids
FlumethasoneS9 – Glucocorticoids
FluocinonideS9 – Glucocorticoids
FluorometholoneS9 – Glucocorticoids
FlurandrenolideS9 – Glucocorticoids
FluticasoneS9 – Glucocorticoids
HalcinonideS9 – Glucocorticoids
HydrocortisoneS9 – Glucocorticoids
IsoflupredoneS9 – Glucocorticoids
MeprednisoneS9 – Glucocorticoids
MethylprednisoloneS9 – Glucocorticoids
MometasoneS9 – Glucocorticoids
ParamethasoneS9 – Glucocorticoids
PrednisoloneS9 – Glucocorticoids
PrednisoneS9 – Glucocorticoids
TriamcinoloneS9 – Glucocorticoids
Triamcinolone_AcetonideS9 – Glucocorticoids

Compounds Not Banned in Sport

DrugGeneral Category
2-(1-Hydroxyethyl)promazine_sulfoxideAntipsychotic
2-(1-Hydroxypropyl)promazine_sulfoxideAntipsychotic
3-HydroxydetomidineSedative
3-Hydroxylidocaine-daughterLocal Anesthetic
3-HydroxypromazineAntipsychotic
3-OH_TripelennamineAntihistamine
3-OH-MepivacaineLocal Anesthetic
4-AminoantipyrineAnalgesic/antipyretic
4-HydroxyxylazineSedative
4-Methyl_AminoantipyrineAnalgesic/antipyretic
6-methoxy-naphthyl-acetic_acidNSAID
7-HydroxychlorpromazineAntipsychotic
7-HydroxymitragynineAnalgesic/antipyretic
7-OH_FluphenazineAntipsychotic
AcemetacinNSAID
AcepromazineSedative
AcetaminophenAnalgesic
AcetanilideAnalgesic/antipyretic
AcetildenafilPDE-5 Inhibitor
AcetophenazineAntipsychotic
Acetophenetidin,_PhenacetinAntipsychotic
AcetylcysteineMucolytic
Acetylsalicylic_Acid_(-)Analgesic
AlfentanilOpiod
Alprostatdil_(Prostaglandin_E1)Prostaglandin
AlprostadilPDE-5 Inhibitor
Aminocaproic_Acid_(Amicar)Antifibrinolytic
AminophyllineBronchodilator
AminopyrineAnalgesic/antipyretic
AmitriptylineAntidepressant
AminorexWeight Loss
AmitriptylineAntidepressant
AmoxapineAntidepressant
AnileridineAnalgesic/antipyretic
AntipyrineAnalgesic/antipyretic
ApomorphineOpiod
AtropineAnticholinergic
AvanafilPDE-5 Inhibitor
AzaperoneAnticholinergic
BenoxaprofenNSAID
BenzlypiperazineNSAID
BenzocaineLocal Anesthetic
BufexamacNSAID
BufotenineTryptamine
BupivacaineLocal Anesthetic
BuspironeAnxiolytic
ButorphanolOpiod
Carbazochrome-daughterHaemostatic
CarboxydetomidineHaemostatic
CarisoprodolMuscle relaxant
CarprofenNSAID
CelecoxibNSAID
ChlorpheniramineAntihistamine
ChlorpromazineSedative
ClonidineStimulant
Codeine,HydrocodoneOpiod
CotinineStimulant
CyclobenzaprineMuscle relaxant
DantroleneMuscle relaxant
DehydronorketamineSedative
DeracoxibNSAID
DermorphinOpiod
Dermorphin_(1-4)_Tetrapeptide-AmideOpiod
Dermorphin_AnalogOpiod
Dermorphin_Analog_(1-4)Opiod
DesipramineAntidepressant
Desmethyl-NaproxenNSAID
DesomorphineOpiod
DesvenlafaxineAntidepressant
DetomidineSedative
DextromethorphanAntitussive
DezocineOpiod
DiazepamBenzodiazepines
Dichloracetic_AcidMetabolic Modulator
DiclofenacNSAID
DiethylpropionWeight Loss
Diflunisal_(-)NSAID
DihydromorphineOpiod
DiphenhydramineAntihistamine
DoxepinAntidepressant
DroperidolAntipsychotic
DyphyllineBronchodilator
EchinopsineStimulant
EltenacNSAID
EtamiphyllineBronchodilator
EthylmorphineOpiod
EtodolacNSAID
EtorphineOpiod
FenoprofenNSAID
FenspirideAntitussive
FirocoxibNSAID
Flufenamic_AcidNSAID
FlunitrazepamBenzodiazepines
FlunixinNSAID
FluoxetineWeight Loss
FluphenazineAntipsychotic
Fluphenazine_SulfoxideAntipsychotic
FlupirtineAnalgesic
Flurbiprofen-daughterNSAID
GabapentinAnticonvulsant
GlycopyrrolateAnticholinergic
GuanabenzSedative
HydroxyacetildenafilPDE-5 Inhibitor
HydroxyhomosildenafilPDE-5 Inhibitor
HydroxyzineSedative
HyrdoxycarisoprodolMuscle relaxant
Ibuprofen-daughterMuscarinic
ImipramineAntidepressant
IndomethacinNSAID
IpratropiumNSAID
KetamineAnaesthetic
KetoprofenNSAID
KetorolacNSAID
Levorphanol,DextrorphanOpiod
LidocaineLocal Anesthetic
LobelineAlkaloid
LSDNarcotic
Meclofenamic_AcidNSAID
Medroxyprogesterone_AcetateProgestin
Mefenamic_AcidNSAID
MeloxicamNSAID
MeperidineOpiod
MephenytoinAnticonvulsant
MephobarbitalAnticonvulsant
MepivacaineLocal Anesthetic
MeprobamateAnxiolytic
MescalineNarcotic
MetaraminolSympathomimetic
MethaqualoneSedative
MethocarbamolMuscle relaxant
MethotrexateImmunomodulator
MitragynineAlkaloid
NabumetoneNSAID
NalbuphineAnalgesic
NalorphineAnalgesic
Naproxen-daughterNSAID
N-Butyl-ScopolammoniumAnticholinergic
NicotineStimulant
Niflumic_AcidAnalgesic
NimesulideNSAID
NordiazepamBenzodiazepines
NorfluoxetineAntidepressant
NorketamineAnaesthetic
NormeperidineNarcotic
NormorphineOpiod
NortriptylineAntidepressant
NylidrinSympathomimetic
O-DesmethylpyrilamineAntihistamine
O-Desmethyl-TramadolAnalgesic
OmeprazoleProton pump inhibitor
OxaprozinNSAID
OxazepamBenzodiazepines
OxymetazolineWeight Loss
OxyphenbutazoneNSAID
PentobarbitalSedative
PentoxyfyllinePhosphodiesterase Inhibitor
PerphenazineAntipsychotic
Phencyclidine_(PCP)Narcotic
PhenobarbitalSedative
PhenolphthaleinWeight Loss
PhensuximideAnticonvulsant
PhenylbutazoneNSAID
Phenylbutazone (-)NSAID
PhenylpropanolamineNSAID
PhenytoinAnticonvulsant/Weight loss
p-HydroxyphenytoinAnticonvulsant
PiperidenafilPDE-5 Inhibitor
PiroxicamNSAID
PramoxineAntipruritic
PrilocaineLocal Anesthetic
ProcaineLocal Anesthetic
PromazineSedative
PropanthelineAnticholinergic
PropiomazineAntihistamine
PropionylpromazineSedative
PyridostigmineAnticholinesterase
PyrilamineAntihistamine
QuetiapineAntihistamine
ReserpineAntipsychotic
RimonabantWeight Loss
Ritalinic_AcidStimulant
RofecoxibNSAID
RomifidineSedative
Salicylic_Acid_(-)Analgesic
ScopolamineAnticholinergic
SecobarbitalSedative
SertralineAntidepressant
SildenafilPDE-5 Inhibitor
SufentanilOpiod
SulfamethazineSulfonamide
SulindacNSAID
SynephrineStimulant
TadalafilPDE-5 Inhibitor
TemazepamBenzodiazepines
TenoxicamNSAID
TepoxalinNSAID
TetracaineLocal Anesthetic
ThebaineOpiod
TheobromineStimulant
TheophyllineStimulant
Thymosin-B4-(N-acetylated_LK)Biological response modifier
Thymosin-B4-(N-acetylated_LKKTETQ)Biological response modifier
Tiaprofenic_AcidNSAID
TolmetinNSAID
TopiramateAnticonvulsant
TramadolAnalgesic
Tranexamic_AcidAntifibrinolytic
TriplelennamineAnaesthetic
ValdecoxibNSAID
VardenafilPDE-5 Inhibitor
VedaprofenNSAID
VenlafaxineAntidepressant
XylazineSedative
ZolpidemHypnotic
ZomepiracNSAID
ZuclopenthixolAntipsychotic

Notes:

1. The lists above include the majority of compounds in the BSCG Certified Drug Free® standard dietary supplement drug 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 and all 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 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 list as is, or a subset of the drugs included. The compounds that are included are also banned by most other sporting organizations including NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA, MLS, PGA, LPGA, NCAA, NASCAR, ATP, WTA, UFC and more as well as military and vocational drug testing programs. Some organizations, such as NFL and NCAA, may ban certain drugs that are not prohibited by WADA; those are included as relevant under the appropriate WADA category. Some compounds in the dietary supplement drug 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, 211 prescription, over-the-counter (OTC) or illicit drugs not banned in sport are also included in the dietary supplement drug testing menu. Compounds not banned in sport are organized alphabetically and include the general pharmaceutical drug 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 relatively difficult representative dietary supplement matrix. More than 211 compounds have been validated according to ISO 17025 standards with Method Detection Levels established at a low 10-100 ng/g for most compounds with the remaining compounds in the 100-500 ng/g range. Detection levels in unique product formulas may be lower or higher than established Method Detection Levels for certain compounds due to matrix variation. BSCG checks method performance in each unique product formula during product validation. Actual method detection limits, defined as the lowest quantity of a substance that can be distinguished from the absence of that substance using a particular method, are generally lower than established Method Detection Levels, and are as low as 2 ng/g or below for many compounds in many formulas.

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 extent of the capabilities has not been fully explored. Method detection levels for compounds with similar chemistry to those that have been validated is expected to be in the 10-500ng/g range, but this performance cannot be guaranteed.

6. An expanded testing menu can be added when certification is conducted for equine, canine, or other animal dietary supplements. 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). This qualitative screen has not been fully validated to ISO/IEC 17025 standards.

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  • Nutra_logo
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  • High-Performance-Nutrition
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  • Bourbon Corporation
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