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Waste of money, but if it helps you cut down, more power to you brother.
The main thing here is the ephedrine and because its pharma grade, you know its legit unlike a lot of fake eph on the internet.
All-in-all you can run your cutting stack for around 10-12/-18 if that whilst similar stacks will charge 30/ so you're just paying for the label.
Manufacturers see the PPI as a way to address the patient information requirements laid upon them by the EC Pharmaceutical Directive.
To find that the health minister "is now considering alternative means of implementing the Directive", when it is due to come into effect in UK law at the beginning of 1998, is ridiculous!