What You Should Know
Power Lab manufactures a supplement called Androdrol. This name is similar to Anodrol by SDI Labs. There is a lot of information on the Internet about real steroids and fake steroids. Anodrol comes up in many searches, because new bodybuilders tend to look for steroids they can find for sale online. If the steroid is available online, chances are it is nothing more than a supplement sold with a name similar to a real steroid. Androdrol uses a name similar to real steroids to boost sales, but the mass builder offers none of the benefits of a steroid. There are several long names on the ingredient list, but these are just used to convince the reader that Androdrol is a steroid.
List of Ingredients
4-chloro-17a-methyl-androse-1,4-diene-3-17b-diol, 2a, 3a-epithio-17a-methyl-5a-androstan-17b-ol, 13-ethyl-3-methoxy-gona-2,5 (10) dien-17-one, 2a-17a-dimethyl-17b-hydroxy-5a-androstan-3-one, 6 bromoandrostenedione.
Absorbtech Delivery System – Bioprene and Vanadyl Sulfate.
The ingredient list for Power Lab Androdrol may appear confusing, but the ingredients are not a concern. Supplement companies take real steroids and create chemical supplements using ingredients with similar names as those in steroids. When the newbie looks at the ingredient, they will never notice a slight name change, but that slight change is the difference between a pro-hormone and an over the counter supplement way overpriced.
Forums are the best place to gain information on supplements lie Androdrol and bodybuilders do not like this supplement. Most claim the product is just a bad knock-off of Halodrol 50. Other knock-offs include H-Drol, Halocore and halo-drol.
There is a testimonial or review section for Androdrol, but all of the reviews are positive. Even if the supplement works well, there are bound to be some negative reviews thrown in here and there. Because all reviews are positive, the company has clearly weeded out the negative, which means we cannot trust any of the reviews. There are no before and after photos though some users claim to have gained 10 to 15 pounds of muscle mass in one 4-week cycle.
- Sold online through Power Labs.
- All ingredients are listed on the official website.
- Reviews appear to be positive across the board.
- The supplement sells for as much as $140 a bottle.
- Uses a steroid-similar name to sell more supplements.
- Bodybuilders are not convinced this supplement works.
- It appears that the reviews were weeded to show only positive results.
The bodybuilding world is full of supplement claiming to have a pro-hormone or steroid effect. Androdrol is a mass gainer with very important-sounding ingredients. These ingredients are nothing more than one-offs used to fool the reader. We did not find before and after photos proving massive muscle gains, nor did we find a bodybuilding forum with a positive review.