I'm sure I'm not the only one here, but I seriously don't like this answer. I'm incredibly tempted to delete it, even though it's accepted, mostly because it's a horrible answer even if it's right. It doesn't completely address the question asked, it's a one-liner, it provides general advice without a shred of sources (credible or not).
It's going to sticky to the top because it's accepted, no matter how many downvotes it gets now, and in this case I feel that it's harmful to the site and our reputation.
Frankly, I personally don't like questions about doping. However, no matter how much I look at the FAQ, this answer doesn't seem to violate anything, nor does the question. The only reason I can find for deleting it is just that it's "very low quality" as per the FAQ.
I rather agree with the answer Ivo provided on "Should we allow academic questions about drug use and other obviously poor health choices?":
"we didn't want to build a reputation for encouraging something that
may or may not be illegal, so it was decided to stay safe rather than
While we've not had any need to address this further yet, now may be the time that we finally have to amend the FAQ to cover illegal or potentially illegal substances.