Well, it all depends on who you’re dealing with and talking about. For example, along the lines that you’re saying, there’s an individual in the prohormone industry who, when he was selling only androstenedione and had introduced it to the market (not discovered it, it had been known for a long time and Dan Duchaine told him about it) swore that it was a powerful muscle builder.
That is, until he started selling oral 4-AD.
At this point it was admitted androstenedione
didn’t work to build muscle, but oral 4-AD
was a wonder.
Of course we’ve all found out that oral 4-AD
is not that effective.
So if the same individual comes out with another new product and swears it is an incredible muscle builder, I’d agree, there’s a credibility problem.
On the other hand, if you’re talking about
Biotest products, Biotest hasn’t released
any prohormone flops. We waited until we
had something that worked. I know that Biotest
was looking into other prohormone ideas before
Androsol (both formulations and simple things like just selling 4-AD capsules as everyone else does) and rejected them all, because they
just didn’t work well enough. So I don’t think your credibility argument applies to Biotest.