The service was excellent, but I can't say anything good about my experience with the Test e I ordered. I got huge sore lumps that took a couple of weeks to clear up. I tried sterilizing it and tried it again on the other cheek. Same result. I'm talking so sore it woke me up at night every time I rolled over. I tried a third injection, which was stupid and finally threw the rest of the vial in the trash.
I won't say they are selling bad gear, there are too many positive reviews for them. I'm not trashing them, just telling of my experience. Maybe they use something I'm allergic to. They blamed possible hygiene on the problem, but I've been doing this for over 8 years and never a problem. Use alcohol on everything, so I know that is not the problem. The service was so good I wish I could use them again, but can't go through the problem with the gear.
Currently using the Galenika pharma test 250 (1ml amps)
This test great!
Two amps weekly spaced apart 1 on Monday and again on Thursday.
By the end of week 1 I noticed small pumps in the gym and morning wood was starting.
End of week 2 I was feeling great! Oily skin, estro starting to rise. So I added my anti e at tis point because I felt the itchy nips starting to happen
Week 4 my muscles were really filling up. Pumps were in full swing in the gym. I was up about 8 pounds and continued to climb.
The test is nice and clear with minimal pip.
I noticed with running 500 mgs weekly of this test that seemed to sweat ALOT more than my other experiences running 500 of ugl. I usually don't run over 500 mgs weekly because I'll add another compound if I get bored and want more juice in my system.
The test felt strong and I plan on using the rest for a cruise as I feel it's accurately dosed.
The other products are about to be started and will post a review once used.
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