I know, I was a little alarmed at first as well and thought through the same logic. In the end, it came down to whether or not I trusted my source. Obviously I can't go into details but I do have a lot of trust in "it".
Here's how I thought through this:
I decided the Adex was real because as I upped the dose, the symptoms did subside a noticable amount. And when it came to deciding on whether or not it was underdosed, there's no real way to tell for certain, short of lab testing. But, as all the other products are great quality, the best I can do is assume this should be no different. (Note: No pharm grade stuff used). And no, it wasn't research stuff, which I've been told to avoid as well.
As for the test, it is definitely real. Aside from the gains, the bad sides support that as well (what else gives size, libido increase, sensitive nipples, oily skin, etc.?) The only possibility that would make sense then would be if it were overdosed, which would be very unusual for obvious reasons.
So, in short, yes I think everything I used was "right". In the grand scheme of things, I agree, I've heard of VERY few people who've had to take such a large dose of Adex for such a standard amount of test. Again, it came down to whether or not I trust my source, which all the signs point to "it" being trustworthy...