There are several sites that indicate that British Dragon is their official supplier . In fact, this is not true. There are four reasons why the British Dragon products cannot be licensed for human use. Injectables are available in 10 ml vials, a fact that is not allowed (there are allowed only containers whose content can be used at a time - 2 ml ampoules or vials). Almost all the offered pills (exception - Oxydrol) contain more active substance than allowed by Pharmacopoeia. Neither Boldenone undecylenate, nor Trenbolone Acetate were never released (and will not be ever released ) for use among people. The concentration of active substance in the injectable drugs such as Nandrolone decanoate, Nandrolone phenylpropionate and Nandrolone undecanoate is higher than that allowed Pharmacopoeia.
Before the outbreak of war on 1 September 1939, the British government had already implemented the Air Navigation (Restriction in Time of War) Order 1939. That ordered military takeover of most civilian airfields in the UK, cessation of all private flying without individual flight permits, and other emergency measures. It was administered by a statutory department of the Air Ministry titled National Air Communications (NAC). By 1 September 1939, the aircraft and administrations of British Airways Ltd (BAL) and Imperial Airways were physically transferred to Bristol (Whitchurch) Airport , to be operated jointly by NAC. On 1 April 1940, British Airways Ltd and Imperial Airways Ltd were officially combined into a new company, British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC), that had already been formed on 24 November 1939 with retrospective financial arrangements. 
To strengthen the anabolic properties of testosterone, more than 100 synthetic steroid derivatives have been described for human purposes. The anabolic effect promotes protein synthesis, muscle growth and erythropoiesis. In clinical practice, substances with anabolic effect are needed to overcome various catabolic states. However, none of these compounds are devoid of androgenicity. Androgenic and anabolic properties of anabolic steroids cannot be totally separated. Therefore, it is more appropriate to use the term anabolic androgenic steroids (AAS).