ANDROSERIES, IS IT AN ALTERNATIVE?

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freaknhuged
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ANDROSERIES, IS IT AN ALTERNATIVE?

#1 Postby freaknhuged » Sat Jul 16, 2011 2:27 pm

im 19yrs old, with aas experience, yeas i know not cool but it is what it is......well iv seen the ads all over for the androseries as a safe and effective alternative to steroids......i experienced sides like high blood pressure, elevated liver enzymes ect, and what to know what people think about the andromass as a replacement for test enth?????

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Re: ANDROSERIES, IS IT AN ALTERNATIVE?

#2 Postby boardn10 » Mon Jul 18, 2011 8:33 am

I think the best way to go is pure......nothing except good food, protein and hard workouts. Only thing I use is pro powder and sometimes some creatine.
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Re: ANDROSERIES, IS IT AN ALTERNATIVE?

#3 Postby VeganEssentials » Mon Jul 18, 2011 5:38 pm

Unless an andro product is spiked with actual AAS (as has been done in the past), they're about as valuable as taking a sugar pill for most people for adding mass. The andro items on the market back in the 90s had a fair reputation for working decently for some people, but since the powerful compounds that once worked have all been axed by the FDA, what's out there now that's LEGAL and is actually containing non-steroidal compounds is pretty much garbage.
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