In the case you have not seen this, William Llewellyn has put together a little something I think everyone should take a look at. The info is limited, and rightly so I suppose. Testing of this kind can’t be cheap. Here is the intro…
In an effort to help consumers REALLY assess the quality and potential health risks of underground steroid products, BodyofScience.com and ANABOLICS undertook a detailed joint drug analysis project.
This project focused solely on examining the quality of steroids made from underground facilities, and exceeded the normal scope of testing by examining a number of other variables often overlooked in dosage testing.
A total of 14 underground steroid samples were selected for laboratory testing, which included products from Amplio Labs, British Dragon, Diamond Pharma, Generic Anabolics, Generic Pharma, Lizard Laboratories, Medical Inc., Microbiological Labs, Nordic Supplements, Shark Laboratories, SWE Supplements, and Troy Labs.
Included in this list were drugs that were made from small underground manufacturers, mid-level operations, and even producers large enough to have their items assembled under contract by drug manufacturing facilities. All 14 samples were analyzed at a registered and licensed facility in the U.S.
Here is the link to read more…
The subject of heavy metals contamination is the one thing I have great interest in. As a user of UGL products, I have often wondered about this very subject. Considering the source of hormone powders the UG labs use, for me there is major concern.
As the main hormone I use is Testosterone Enanthate, the dosing testing results pleased me in one way, and displeased me in another. On the one hand I am getting more Testosterone for my money, which is always a good thing.
On the other hand, if these products are labled at nearly 200% over their clamied dose…im sure you can see the potential problems with that.
I think it is the duty of Mr.Llewellyn, at this point, to at least name the labs that were contaminated with heavy metals. Any moral agent would see it as so. He is using this as bait for us to buy the new addition of his book.
Which is fine, but the other testing that was done is enough to hold back. Don’t hold back information that could save many from potential health complications.
What do you guys think?