CDR Jason Humbert, a regulatory operations officer in FDA’s Office of Regulatory Affairs, says that potentially harmful, sometimes hidden ingredients in products promoted for body building continue to be a concern. “The companies making these products are breaking the law by exploiting an easily accessible marketplace to get these products to consumers,” he says. “In the end, it’s consumers who are put in harm’s way by taking dangerous ingredients from products promoted as having miraculous results or making empty promises, and who may not understand the risks.”
Hello Chris Wallace or SARMSstore comments moderator:
I have some champion Siberian Huskies, they are record holders in pushing and pulling competitions for dogs. I would like to provide them with a boost in strength for their next events. I was going to try LG-4033. I have a couple of 220 lbs huskies and three 132 lbs female huskies. I was going to give the males 10mg and the females 5mg. Does this sound about right. Also, I keep reading about cycling. As I understand cycling as it applies to oral testosterones that is because of the alkyd molecule at the 17a position which caused liver damage but allowed the testosterone to make multiple passes thru the liver.
Since LG-4033 is a SARMS, there is no Alkyd molecule to cause liver dysfunction, correct? Is it really necessary to cycle the SARMS then? I really care about my Huskies and only want the best for them.
These are serious questions and I hope you take the time to respond.
Thanks, Husky Trainer.