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  • Most Source Provided Lab Test Results Can Be Ignored

  • JT113   •   Thu, Jul 30th, '20 22:50   •   16 replies, 234 views

A source I use posted a lab test showing that its HGH is >99.5% purity. That's pretty impressive. They even show you the Janoshik certificate, but if you look to see who commissioned the lab test, the client info is blank. With no client info, that lab test is worthless. The only lab test a consumer should be interested in is one commissioned by the source itself to test if the product they are buying and then selling to you is legit. After all, the sources have to answer to the consumers. But if, however, the lab test was commissioned by the rHGH supplier, that supplier has every incentive to pack a vial with pharma-grade rHGH just to get a high-purity test result back.

Fortunately, Janoshik has a verification code that allows you to see the original result with the client's name. So I looked it up. What did I find? The email address of a supplier -- not the source.

Here's my advice. If you want to save money buying generic rHGH, order your own Janoshik purity test. It's a few hundred dollars, but it's still a heck of a lot cheaper than buying pharma.

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  • Achak's picture
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  • Achak
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Another issue is product quality varies from batch to batch. Most people aren't going to test every batch that they order.

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  • sunamcaxa
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I always was interested is it possible to photoshop lab tests? does anyone check that labs from sources if they are real?

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The lab tests have verification codes that you can enter on the lab's website. It shows the exact results associated with that verification code. So if I verify a product on source XYZ's page, I will see the original lab result and I can also see if any information doesn't match. The most important thing to look for is who commissioned the test. If it's commissioned by ABC, that means ABC is selling the good stuff and XYZ just stole the jpg.

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  • press1
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The ONLY way to truly test a product is to use it for yourself unfortunately, think about it. DO you think any Source is going to publish a BAD lab result? No, they will all be the best ones.

I've seen Labs done on batches of a certain Test prop, recent ones too which came out at around 110mg/ml and I was using that very one at the time I saw them. Now there is NO WAY they were at that level! I was having to put in an extra 10% in the barrel for it to feel adequate enough to train on Lol

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  • maddogg
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You can’t be certain the Pharma is 100% legit too. As far as HGH goes I

  1. Read the recent reviews for the supplier here on eroids.

  2. Go to the si page to gauge the general feel of the members here of the source, discounting the haters and the fanboys.

  3. Gauge the side effects, especially if there are any at the injection site.

  4. Get bloods pulled on igf1 and ideally GH levels as well.

  • Nicolai's picture
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  • Nicolai
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You can google Janoshik, and it's all kinda sketch. Same with the online verification codes. It's so easy to make a scam verification site, just as easy as it was to make the source site. But there are legit websites out there too. Some sources take pride in their quality and reputation for having the real deal. It's better to have customers coming back, then a one time scam, but some will scam. At the end of the day research is our best friend broski.

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We used to take a copy of a receipt change the names and amounts to add up to the total that was spent on the company card and turn it in .
So if there was a pack of smokes or a breakfast sandwich on the fuel receipt. Boom turned into only fuel. The card receipt in file isn't itemized just the total amount. Turn in expenses and there we go. Any thing can be faked.

  • maddogg's picture
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Did you used to work for me?

  • Bill G's picture
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Jimmy?

  • maddogg's picture
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No, lol. But I had an employee who was doing that at the gas station, instead of paying at the pump, he was getting it pre approved inside and putting other stuff on it. His cousin who also worked for me told me. He was fed up with him for a lot of reasons other than just that though. That probably why he let me know.

  • Nicolai's picture
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True statement.

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  • KMC
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So you are saying the certificate didn't have the sources name and address on it.

You and LE seem to be the only ones disappointed.

I believe a source provided certificate is nothing more than a sales tool used by the source.

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  • JT113
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  • @KMC

Please read my full post rather than scanning the first few lines and offering a reaction. I am saying there was an email address listed on the test result -- but I had to go to Janoshik to find that out because the source deleted that email from the test result it showed on its website. And that email didn't belong to the source; it belonged to a middleman.

I'd like to see the source's email on the test result -- not the email of some middleman. Middlemen have every incentive to cheat, especially if they do one-off deals. The source at least has incentive to verify that they haven't been cheated.

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  • Molinin302
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  • @JT113

I look at it as a level of reassurance. Along with the verification codes. But at the end of the day I trust these boards and a bunch of the people on here. If something is bunk, it'll show on here. If someone gets a giant welt on their ass, we'll know. That's the selling point of these forums and the vendors know this. No need for specifics, but one full round of bad gear was all it took for a long time source to go under. The legit ones won't risk that.

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Absolutely. These boards provide tremendous value. I never make an order without looking here first. But even we rely on lab tests to confirm the purity and dosage accuracy -- which is why I wanted to just mention how unreliable lab tests found on source websites can be.

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  • @KMC

There's just no making some people happy.