Dragon Pharma offers consumers an oral steroid that gained a cult following when it was sold as a “dietary supplement” in the United States.
“Superdrol” was very popular when it was sold on U.S. sports nutrition store shelves as a “dietary supplement”. The demand did not disappear when the FDA banned it. Now, underground brands like Dragon Pharma are making it available to consumers once again.
Dragon Pharma Superdrol 10 supposedly contains 10 milligrams of methyldrostanolone. AnabolicLab makes note of the fact that Dragon Pharma embarrassingly misspelled the active ingredient on the label.
Dragon Pharma Superdrol 10 Lab Test Results https://t.co/g69Pm0hTmp
— Anabolic Lab (@AnabolicLab) August 4, 2019
AnabolicLab ignored the misspelled active ingredient when it tested Dragon Pharma Superdrol 10.
AnabolicLab submitted an unopened pouch of Dragon Pharma Superdrol 10 tablets to SIMEC for laboratory analysis. The steroid analytics performed by SIMEC revealed an actual content of 9.72 mg/tablet.
Dragon Pharma Superdrol 10 contained 97.2% of the label claim. AnabolicLab assumed the manufacturer intended to spell methyldrostanolone as the active ingredient.
Dragon Pharma Superdrol 10 easily passed AnabolicLab’s of 80% to 120% of label claim. We are also happy to report that it passed RoidVisor’s criteria of 90% to 110%.
AnabolicLab. (August 3, 2019). Dragon Pharma Superdrol 10 Lab Test Results. Retrieved from anaboliclab.com/lab-results/brand-name/dragon-pharma/dragon-pharma-superdrol-10-lab-test-results-2018-10-26/