Joined: Aug 2010
Posted 27 Jun 2013
Well how come, in the old days guys were popping 20mg max of dbol and getting huge. And dosed these days are at least 50-100mg that’s surely down to the powders. I am talking about pharma grade here too.
Back when i started running them there were literally no ugl labs like now, about 4 years after I started a readily available supply of powder guys from China poppped up and it was legit and legal to buy those off them and make ur own, I remember one fella, who was always reliable and sold everything lol, he had a list of lower purity powders and then one for powders with 99% purit etc, the cost did fly up, still not mega bucks but a decent amount more than the others, I remember like 1g of test enanthate was $1 or something on the lower purity stuff lol, but when i 1st started it was legit aburaihan sust which stung like ****, norma deca in 2ml vial per200mg which was absolute excellent stuff, plus the tabs etc, it was all pharma so great stuff, recently picked up some turkish legit drol and the difference between ugls and pharma has been night and day.
Help I have a friend who is a gym goer Im not sure of his quantity or how long he has been taking steroids, but stopped recently because he had really bad neck pain. No dr or scan, ultrasound etc showed anything. Put on huge pain killer amounts didnt help alot but felt after about six weeks some relief. Until today when he thinks a prior knee issue has flared up. If this a result of steroid abuse how long before it heals? Im pretty sure he wont touch them again. He can handle all over aches and pains but these last two injuries have had him off work.
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