Novocrine Primosim E100 is presented in a 10 milliliter bottle. Each milliliter reportedly contains 100 milligrams of methenolone enanthate according to the label. Samples of this product were purchased from an internet-based reseller between the dates of June 1, 2015 and June 30, 2015. The samples were forwarded and received by the analytical laboratory SIMEC AG for HPLC-UV testing on July 10, 2015. The quantitative dosage testing report was completed on July 16, 2015. The product was identified by an expiration date of October 2017.
Label claim: Novocrine Primosim E100 has a label claim of 100 mg/milliliter of methenolone enanthate.
Actual content: Novocrine Primosim E100 was determined to have an actual content of 4 mg/milliliter of methenolone enanthate.
Correction: February 4, 2016
Because of misrepresentations by a vendor, the original article misidentified the source of the product as an “authorized reseller” of Novocrine products. Novocrine reported that its company policy does not allow any of its resellers to offer Novocrine products on online sale platforms nor does it have an authorized European-based distributor of its products.
(The following images are photographs of the actual product that was submitted for testing.)
How many milligrams of methenolone enanthate (aka Primobolan Depot) does each tablet of Novocrine Primosim E100 contain? HPLC-UV (July 16, 2015) ...
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