Our expert says:
I'll be honest, I don't know a great deal about super anadrol either, and that's mostly because there's little research on it. If you look it up online, you discover a whole lot of marketing material and stuff from websites that have a vested interest in promoting it, sites that I wouldn't believe. For one thing, people who DON'T succeed using it don't usually comment on those kinds of sites, so it's a very biased way of reporting things. Everyone who goes there thinks it works magically, but it could just as easily work in only 1 in 10 people.
I'd be very cautious about side effects. As I say, we don't know what they are, because they've never been studied - this is not a medical product that has to be studied and cleared in order to be safe, it's just out there and no science is ever done on it.
So honestly, I'd steer clear of these products, because you're spending money on something that might be dangerous without even working. Of course, people take them anyway and maybe it will work, and maybe it will be safe. But it's not something I'd recommend.
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