You’ll find plenty of SARMs vendors online, one I came across recently was Medals Research SARMs.
The SARMs industry isn’t regulated which is why it’s extremely important to purchase them from trustable vendors.
In this Medals Research SARMs Review, we will be analyzing multiple aspects of the store. This includes the assortment, quality, and user reviews.
If you are thinking about buying SARMs, make sure to give this article a read.
Medals Research SARMs Assortment
Medals Research sells 9 different types of SARMs. This includes the most popular ones such as:
Every SARM they carry is either available as a liquid or capsules. For me personally, I can’t stand the taste of liquid SARMs which is why I prefer capsules. It’s good to see that Medals Research offers an alternative to the liquids. Oh, they also carry one of the strongest SARMs available right now, S23.
Let’s take the Andarine as an example. It’s available as either a 30ml Liquid dosed at 50mg/ml or 90 capsules dosed at 50mg per 3 capsules. For capsules, this would be a dosage of 16 to 17mg per capsule which is quite a strange amount.
You can also purchase a crazy pre-workout formula from Medals Research, it’s called Pre-lab rat research. I took a look at the ingredients and it’s a very high stimulant and contains SR-9009 (Stenabolic), GW-501516 and DMAA. Oh, it also has over 400mgs of Caffeine in just one scoop which is pretty crazy.
All orders placed through their website will be shipped out within 1 to 2 days and shipping takes roughly 4 to 5 days. There isn’t any contact form available on the website so I’m not sure how to reach out to them about any questions you might have.
Medals Research SARMs Quality
This is the most important aspect of our review. Obviously, when buying SARMs you need to make sure that they are of high-quality. I’ve read various horror stories of people purchasing bunk SARMs from vendors which is something you don’t want happening.
Which brings me to my next point, third-party testing. You want to be purchasing from a vendor that has third-party tests available for their customers. If a vendor doesn’t have any, I highly suggest searching for a different source.
I noticed on the Medals Research website that all of their SARMs are supposed of at least 97% purity, but I found nothing to back this up. It’s essential to have high purity SARMs because this plays an important role in the results you will get. Impure SARMs can also cause nasty side effects.
Medals Research SARMs claims to have HPLC tests available, yet I was unable to find any at all.
They claim to be all about quality yet they do not provide any documentation on the website. To me, this is a huge red flag because you won’t know exactly what you are purchasing.
I also was unable to find any unbiased reviews for Medals Research which make me think they aren’t very popular.
The SARMs they sell might be of good quality, I’m not sure. There isn’t any documentation or reviews available to back it up which is why I can’t recommend them.
Is Medals Research Legit?
Personally, I haven’t tried the Medals Research SARMs. But to be honest with you, I’m not sure if they are legit. They might be, but I wasn’t able to find any reviews at all.
Due to the lack of positive reviews, I would suggest going with a different source. My to-go source for SARMs is Sarms4You as they have third-party results available for all products.
If anybody has any experience with Medals Research SARMs please let me know, I’m interested to hear what other people think.