Geneza Pharma trenbolone acetate comes under scrutiny with three different analyses.
February 7, 2016 – Geneza Pharma GP Tren Acetate 100 was selected by AnabolicLab as one of the brands to be submitted for quantitative dosage testing, microbiological testing and heavy metal testing.
SIMEC AG in Switzerland performed an HPLC-UV analysis to determine the content and concentration of trenbolone. It also performed TAMC and TYMC testing to determine if there was any microbiological contamiation. And finally, SIMEC outsourced the sample for ICP-OES screening for heavy metals.
— Anabolic Lab (@AnabolicLab) February 7, 2016
Geneza Pharma’s trenbolone acetate lab test results should please consumers.
Geneza Pharma GP Tren Acetate 100 promised consumers 100 milligrams of trenbolone acetate per milliliter of injectable solution. The actual content turned out to be 98 mg/ml.
There was no detectable bacterial contamination. And the levels of arsenic, cadmium, lead and mercury were all measured below the limits of detection.
Geneza Pharma GP Tren Acetate 100 passed AnabolicLab on every single test. This should make consumers very happy.