Primus Ray Laboratories Stanozolol is presented in a box of ten 1-milliliter ampules and reportedly contains 50 milligrams of stanozolol per milliliter according to label and/or packaging. Samples of this product were purchased from a European-based internet source between the dates of June 23, 2017 and August 14, 2017.
The samples were forwarded and received by the analytical laboratory SIMEC AG on August 14, 2017. SIMEC performed HPLC-UV quantitative dosage testing, ‘total aerobial microbiological count’ (TAMC) testing and ‘total yeast and mold count’ (TYMC) testing. The report was completed on September 18, 2017.
The product was identified with a lot number “ASTA 28300”, a production date of November 2015, an expiration date of October 2018 and a verification code of “RHPCC43T”. The code was authenticated via website primusraylab.com/verification.html and via email contact (at) primusray.com.
Label claim: Primus Ray Laboratories Stanozolol has a label claim of 50 mg/ml stanozolol.
Actual content: Primus Ray Laboratories Stanozolol was determined to have an actual content of 47.8 mg/ml stanozolol.
No microbiological contamination was detected.
(The following images are photographs of the actual product that was submitted for testing.)
Does Primus Ray Laboratories Stanozolol really contain 50 milligrams of stanozolol (aka Winstrol) in each milliliter of solution? Is the product free of microbiological contamination? HPLC-UV, TAMC, TYMC...
|Last Updated||November 9, 2017|