When buying supplements we often ask ourselves "is the substance in the capsule the same as on the label???", a big discussion about SARMs regarding the so-called "additions".
Revealed by those who used the study showed elevated liver tests, suggesting that it was loaded with methylated substances. The compounds that occur as SARM do not contain the methyl group and should therefore not cause an increase in hepatic reactions.
There were a lot of voices talking about the skepticism of the actual composition versus the label. There were no confirmations whether the people who publicized such research were not simply SARMs opponents who practiced foul play.
One of the new manufacturers (Hades's Hegemony) has decided to meet customer expectations and make research available for their products.
The results are devastating, 99.3-99.5% of the content of the active substance, which definitely excludes the possibility of any "additions" or misrepresentation.
Up to now, 3 products have been tested:
So, after analyzing the composition, you can see the strong commitment of the manufacturer to the promotion of your brand and the winning of customers by the high credibility of the products.
If you have any experience with HH products, please feel free to describe them, and they may help you make the right choice in the future.