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How likely is it that border patrol will find illegal Nootropics

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#1 funkmasterG

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Posted 12 July 2019 - 10:34 PM

So I live in the U.S. and I want to know how likely (and what would be the consequences) if I try to order certain nootropics into the country. I'm very hesitant to do so until I have more information, I know they (border patrol) tend to look for other types of drugs such as cocaine, meth, etc more so over things that they may have never even heard of, or let say someone was trying to bring in Amoxicillin (common antibiotic). I remember when the silk road was still open and my roommate had order ecstasy for god's sake and it showed up to our door no problem and that in itself was more "serious" because its viewed as a recreational drug. I am trying to order Modafinil or Armodifinil because currently the only version that is legal in this country is Adrafinil and I have used it for quite some time, but its just not that effective. I even did a quick research and found a blog that offered a couple of "legit" sites that are safe to order from in that you will get a good quality Modafinil/Armodifinil and he has ordered from them multiple times. While that does make me feel a bit more relaxed, I would still like to hear from more on here who have any more knowledge on the subject or even any personal experience ordering nootropics/supplements considered to be illegal who did not have any legal issues after. Looking forward to any help.


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