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Fake Hygetropin Alert!

OK guys. The issue of the fake hygetropin hgh has been finally resolved and Zhongshan hygene biopharm has posted on their website that they DO NOT MAKE any hygetropin.

http://www.biohygene.com/en/newse_ny.asp?id=65

So all the website that claim that the hygetropin hgh is made by Zhongshan Hygene Biopharm are fake websites and their products are fake also (www.hygetropin.com.cn and www.hygetropinpro.com)

www.hygetropin.com.cn cliams the following in there website

http://www.hygetropin.com.cn/index.p…52&It emid=58
(read point no 5)

they say the following:
Our website is directly under controlled by Hygene Biopharm. And it doesn’t exist the relationship of distributors and manufacture.

but in actual fact the zhongshan hygene biopharm disputes that fact and they have cleared come out with the statement that they have nothing to do with product Hygetropin. they only make riptropin hgh which is their new product.

the one and only official website for hygetropin is

www.hygetropin.cn

What to look for when buying steroids

Real Iranian Test

Do not buy illegal steroid fakes!

Steroids come in a wide variety of assorted, forms, shapes, sizes, textures, and colors. It’s because of such variety that there are more steroid fakes and counterfeit drugs on the market than there are real anabolics. Fakes are plentiful because they are cheap to manufacture and easy to pass on to unsuspecting bodybuilders. To the untrained eye they can be almost identical to the real drug. If you or someone else is purchasing steroids from any source but a close friend or relative, you stand an excellent chance of being taken in by a con artist.

Two types of fakes

With the crackdown on anabolic steroids in the early 1990′s, bodybuilders and other athletes have turned to the black-market to obtain the drugs for their cycles. There are basically two types of bogus (fake) steroids on the black market. The first type is not bogus in the usual sense, but rather semi-bogus. They are real steroids, but they have fake labels, and the dosages listed are usually incorrect. Licensed pharmaceutical companies do not manufacture these drugs. Steroid users are well aware of this, but insist that as long as a drug works, and is easily obtainable, they are not concerned.

The second group of steroid fakes (which is the more numerous type) are fake in every sense of the word. For example, users have reported buying bottles of clear liquids (such as distilled water) from other athletes. These bottles have no labels and are often not the type of bottle normally associated with the packaging of the drug. To make the steroid seem more legitimate, many fake steroid producers put cooking oils in the bottle. Injecting such a substance into your body is a short cut to developing any number of serious side effects.

Big Money – Big Fakes – Big Con!

As expected steroid fakers are in operation for one purpose; to separate you from your hard-earned money. If someone at the gym promises you any steroid in any quantity, for an “unbelievable price”, chances are your’re about to be had. The most effective way to spot counterfeits is to compare it to the original. The problem with this, however, is that most bodybuilders have never even seen the original! There is also a pattern between the popularity of the steroid and the number of fakes available. As expected such highly-sought out steroids as Deca-durabolin, Winstrol, and Dianabol, are faked the most. You have to be real careful if you buy these particular drugs.

Take a close look

The best way to identify steroid fakes, is to look closely at how the drug is packaged. Fakers try to maximize profits and minimize expenses so they rarely invest much time or money into making their product look authentic. For every bodybuilder who can spot the difference the faker knows that their are a hundred who will be duped into falling for the scam. Generally fake steroids have packaging that looks close to the original, but only superficially. One way to spot fakes is to look at the batch number and expiration dates. In legitimate pharmaceutical labs these numbers are usually printed on the labels after the labels are produced. If the label on the bottle you are looking at appears to have been printed all at once (numbers at the same time as the labels), then odds are you have a fake in your hand.

Other ways to spot fakes are:

* That the expiration date on the box matches the one on the product as well

* You should not be able to easily peal the label off of the ampule or the bottle.

* Most steroids made by legitimate companies use labels with rounded corners.

* The label is on straight and it doesn’t overlap itself.

* With glass ampules, be sure that they are filled consistently, and of the same color.

Buying fakes

As of 1991 anabolic steroids are classified as controlled (illegal) substances.
Attempting to obtain steroids from an unknown source on the Internet is risky and frankly, stupid. The person on the other end of your keyboard could be some law enforcement agent trying to set you up. At the very least they’ll take your money and sell you a steroid fake. In the dangerous world of the steroid black-market it’s buyer beware.

Fakes from Egipt

Today we have interesting pics. There is Schering Primo on the left and Organon Deca on the right. Both are ordinary fakes but what is interesing it that both amps were bought in Egipt pharmacy. No kidding.

source:rbbgear.blogspot.com

Fake Turkish Primo

Here is a pic of a counterfeit version of Schering‘s (now Bayer‘s) Primobolan Depot from Turkey. Due to the demand and price of Primo being so high, it has always been a target for counterfeiters. These fake amps are shaped wrong, the printing tone is incorrect and the colored stripes are off too. But the easiest way to tell this fake apart from real Primo’s is the fact that the lot no. and manufacturing date do not correspond with each other. This Primo‘s lot number is 41501A indicates that it was produced in 2004, not 2007 as was printed on the label.

Fake Pakistan Sustanon

I got an email today from a reader asking whether his Pakistani Sustanon were real. Unfortunetly, when describing the amps, he told me that the word propionate was misspelled and there was an ‘I’ instead of an ‘i’! These fakes have been around for a while and its a shame there are sources out there selling them as good gear (for 10$ a pop!) or slipping in some amps with legit ones and hoping no one will notice. No legitimate pharmaceutical company is going to release a lot of amps that have spelling mistakes in them. There might be some testosterone in the amps, but they are definetly fake so beware!

source: rbbgear.blogspot.com

Fake Fort Dodge Equipoise

Here is a pic of some fake vials of Fort Dodge Equipoise avialable on the market here. This is a really bad fake in that it contains no or almost no active ingredient. These 10ml vials of 50mg/ml EQ should not fool most of our readers here, but alot of people in Europe who were not familiar with vet EQ were fooled into buying this stuff. If anyone offers you this oil, run the other way!

Fake Testoviron Depot

Today we have a picture of a bad fake of Testoviron Depot by Schering from Turkey. This fake really shouldn’t fool anyone who does a bit of research, but this stuff is available again and many newbies could fall for it. Not only, as with most fakes, is it either completely useless or severely underdosed, but there have been reports of abcesses bringing the sterility of this ‘enanthate’ into question. If you are offered this stuff, run the other way!

Source: rbbgear.blogspot.com

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