King Boonen said:
Performance enhancing and performance enabling isn’t semantics. It’s the reason things like NSAIDS aren’t banned. You can disagree with it of course, it’s a discussion that is certainly worth having, although I reckon at the moment it wouldn’t be much of a discussion.
KB, you are correct in that it would not be much of a discussion.
I use enhancing in the very straightforward definition of the word. As in, improve or increase performance. I know from first hand experience that if I am struggling with breathing issues, that ventolin has increased my performance, sometimes right back to my baseline. I am not saying it is not enabling. I am saying it is perfectly fine to also say it is enhancing, at least when it works (it doesn't always work and is not always needed)!