Thanks for the feedback! The internet company is called sdi-labs.com supposedly in Florida and he bought them from legalsteroids.com from a woman named “Barbie” who now claims she didn’t know he was 18 and won’t return my phone calls. If any of you are familiar with this company, PLEASE reply.
Regarding the personality changes… I always that was just media hype. Do these types of steroids really make people more aggressive?[/quote]
SDI labs makes a bunch of fake crap.This came from another thread on this site.
The Name Game
First, let’s play the name game. SDI-Labs sells Winni-V, D-Bol, Equipose, Masterbolan, Liquid Anodrol, Sustenol 250, Deca Nor 50, Somatroph HGH, and GHB among a few other items. Do those names look familiar? They should, because they’re either very close to the names of popular steroids or they’re based on slang terms for steroids or other compounds.
For example, they sell Equipose. The real steroid is called Equipoise. They also sell a product called Sustenol 250. Of course, the real Testosterone product is called Sustenon 250. And don’t think you’re getting stanazolol when you buy Winni-V. The real product is called Winstrol V and “winni” is only a slang term.
Same goes for D-Bol. This is not Dianabol (methandrostenolone). Apparently they just called it “D-Bol” and got a copyright on the name. (Another company did that with the name “ECA Stack” in hopes of luring in customers.)
Gee, maybe I should start buying oregano in 55-gallon drums and get the copyright on the name Pot?. I could start a website, take out some ads way in the back of MuscleMag and High Times and be the king of Pot?. All the Potheads? would love me (until they tried it) and I’d make a ton of dough! (You know, if I were a dishonest bottomfeeder, I’d be making a lot more money. Damn these morals! Damn this sense of right and wrong!)
So what’s in this stuff anyway since it’s obviously not real gear? Well, mainly different kinds of andro supplements, ephedra and caffeine. For example, their D-Bol product contains 100mg of 19-Norandrostenedione and 100mg of 4-Androstenediol (plus a few inconsequential things) and sells for 80 bucks a bottle. (About seven day’s worth if used at full dosage.)
“Winni-V” contains 25mg of 19-Norandrostenedione, 110mg B-Cyclodextrin, plus a minimal amount of caffeine and Mahuang (herbal ephedrine). What they’ve done here is add a little Mahuang and caffeine to the “steroids” that are known for a hardening effect.
Their topical Liquid Anodrol product (made to sound like the steroid Anadrol) contains 100mg of 19-Norandrostenedione and 100mg of 4-Androstenediol. The price? $110 a bottle. And even though this is a topical product, for some reason it comes with a funky looking syringe thingy. I haven’t quite figured that part out yet.
And how about that GHB stuff? They didn’t change the spelling there, did they? No they didn’t. Real GHB (gamma hydroxy butyrate) has been banned actually. Most people liked to use it as a party drug or a relaxant. Real GHB basically made you sleepy and somewhat euphoric. It became known as a “date rape drug” in some circles, hence the ban. So how is SDI-Labs selling it? They aren’t, of course.
The ads for “GHB” promise “incredible desire increase, prolonged arousal, and enhanced climax.” What’s in it? Nothing but 5mg of Yohimbine and 50mg of 4-Androstenediol. The really pathetic part is they give dosage guidelines for women, who of course should stay away from all andro-type products. By the way, the web site makes this note: “GHB is a pending a Trademark of SDI-LABS.” (See, that Pot? idea could work!) And yes, SDI-Labs does come out and say that this product doesn’t contain real GHB ingredients, if you read the site close enough.
Most of the other products tell the same story: steroid name ? cheap andro ingredient. Not only were pill-form andro products manufactured by other companies a failure, SDI-Labs is using very tiny dosages. (Heck, even large doses of this stuff didn’t work too well in pill form.) Perhaps this is because they really push you to buy one of their stacks consisting of several products. These can run upward of $820.
They also pull the same trick our fictional car manufacturer did in the intro. They talk about the positive effects of the real steroid hoping you’ll make the leap of faith and think their products do the same. This is especially true with their “HGH” product.
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