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What the investigation says about Quality and Value in the market..

The issue of SARMs quality and value came into focus in a recent “investigation involving chemical analyses of 44 products marketed as selective androgen receptor modulators and sold via the internet, most products contained unapproved drugs and substances. Only 52% contained SARMs and many were inaccurately labeled” (source). Only 41% contained SARMs in the dosages advertised. Generally speaking, we can conclude that about 60% of all SARMs sold are either fake or underdosed.

Made in China?

Not all SARMs are created equal. A deep dive of our research found nearly all SARMs are created in China (say about 97%).

Lots of manufacturers or resellers cut with SARMs with cornstarch or other fillers, leaving little to no active SARMs chemicals in their finished product.

Many SARMs pills or liquid bottle labels show a Made in the EU and/or US. This is always false, and should be your first warning sign if you are suspicious about a product.

All SARMs are developed from raw form powder in labs of varying quality, compliance, and cleanliness in China — a few are in Europe, but mostly China.

This does not mean all products are shit. Far from it. China manufacturers more or less everything in the world these days - but it just means due diligence is needed to find the right partners and that is not easy work, especially since SARMs have been actively banned in China as n export material.

Fake and Diluted SARMs

Unfortunately, many SARM suppliers are as fake as the SARMs they sell. The typical approach to selling SARMs is to buy low-dosed bulk powder from China, add a very small amount to a dropper bottle, fill the remainder of the bottle with MCT oil or another liquid suspension, and sell the cheap, dilluted, inconvenient liquid-dropper form at a ridiculously high price.

Because results vary quite a bit by research subject, there’s no easy way to know if the purity has been dilluted, even if one suspects the SARMs are partially or completely ineffective. The seller knows they won’t see this buyer again, but they’ve already made their profit and are on to the next buyer. Lab results, such as COA’s are either duplicated, outdated, or simply nonexistent.

Conclusion..

So in short, if your supplier doesnt offer updated testing, does not have enough good reviews and are shady when talking to you - be suspicious! Our website is one of the most thorough you will find on the market because we just say it how it is. No point bullshitting around as it doesn't make any business or safety sense.