Below we take an in-depth look into a legal version of Dianabol, to see whether this chemically-similar mix can deliver similar the benefits of illegal steroids, whilst avoiding their drawbacks.
Hi-Tech Dianabol is a legal steroid product that claims to boost muscle growth, preserve bodybuilding gains, and boost testosterone. Although named after a banned drug, Hi-Tech Dianabol is not the same substance at all, and has seemingly been named as such to trick customers. It contains a number of experimental chemicals that have been slightly altered to keep the ingredients list legal, meaning that few of its components have been well-researched and understood.
Dianabol is manufactured by Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals, a US-based supplement store. Hi-Tech Pharma (as they are often called) are known mainly for their extraordinary history of litigation, having fought long and protracted legal battles with the FTC, FDA, respected university professors, medical authorities and rival companies. The company is currently fighting to overturn the FDA’s existing ban on the dangerous stimulant DMAA, on the basis that it can be naturally derived from plants. Until this legal point is clarified, Hi-Tech Pharma continue to defiantly sell DMAA-based products, as well as products that contain senegalia berlandieri (a natural source of otherwise banned substances like methylsynephrine).
Hi-Tech Dianabol is filled with chemicals that have little to no background of being researched scientifically. It thus remains impossible to really know how this product will affect customers over time, and what side effects it could pose. The manufacturer claims that the chemicals are extremely similar to the original components of the original banned drug; if this is true, customers should expect to experience many of the same side effects.
Potential side effects of using steroid like this include changes to mood, aggression and behaviour (commonly known as “roid rage”), huge rises in blood pressure, changes to the body’s hormonal balances (including oestrogen, which can cause breast growth and loss of muscle mass), and oily skin/acne.
A one-month supply of Hi-Tech Dianabol appears to cost the same on most websites. From A1 Supplements, My Supplement Store, Lucky Vitamin, Best Price Nutrition, and Same Day Supplements, Hi-Tech Dianabol costs $59.95 for 60 capsules. The exception is the official Hi-Tech Pharma website, where the same bottle costs a whopping $89.95.
Hi-Tech Dianabol is a hard product to examine, requiring us to sift through all the barely-known chemicals within it to really conclude whether it works as advertised. Some of the chemical ingredients (such as the “flavones”) actually have a reputation backed by real research and results, and could help customers to bulk up. Others are carefully altered version of banned ingredients that have been changed to keep them (theoretically) on the right side of the law, and whether those changes mean that they still work is anyone’s guess. It all comes down to the extent to which you trust the manufacturer.
It has long been our opinion that anyone trusting Hi-Tech Pharma should be regarded as a fool. The nomenclature that the company uses when describing its new chemicals are often unfathomable to those familiar with chemistry. The product descriptions on the official website also purport to be scientific in nature, but really seem like they were written by someone with only the most basic grasp of the English language and science. Either Hi-Tech Pharma are barely literate or they expect their customers to be.
Customer reviews for this product are generally positive, although most seem to suggest that the mix is weaker than the steroid that it imitates. Side effects like “roid rage” and oily skin are still relatively common, and the stacks that are often recommended could cost customers $150-$200 per month if used as directed. For a company that fails to offer a money back guarantee or basic ingredient quantity information, this is unacceptable.
Whichever way you look at Hi-Tech Dianabol, taking it is really a lose/lose situation – if this product really works like the steroid it imitates, it should be banned, and if it doesn’t, it’s sold on entirely false pretences. We advise customers to kick the steroid habit and stick to proven diet techniques to maximise gains.
We do not recommend Hi-Tech Dianabol to our readers.
Hi-Tech Dianabol is a muscle-building supplement that contains a long list of chemical ingredients. Not to be confused with the illegal steroid of the same name, Hi-Tech Dianabol is marketed at bodybuilders looking for a legal alternative to harder and more elusive drugs. The product reportedly benefits from the unique use of what its manufacturer calls “Cyclosome Delivery”, a proprietary method of preparing the capsules which supposedly makes the ingredients more bioavailable and less prone to being destroyed in the liver.
Dianabol is produced and sold by Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals, an American manufacturer of various sports, weight loss, and sexual enhancement supplements. Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals’ website is surprisingly poorly written and hard to understand for an English-speaking company, giving an unprofessional appearance that fails to inspire confidence in the quality of the products. As of 2017, Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals is far more well-known for its legal battles with American authorities and university professors than for its effective and high-quality supplements. The company can be contacted via the contact details provided on the website.
The directions for use are as follows:
Take 1 tablet 3 times daily with meals. Can cause nausea if consumed without food.
Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals have long had an unfortunate habit of writing long and extremely baffling product descriptions on their official website, and the section covering Dianabol is possibly the worst offender yet.
The basic idea behind Hi-Tech Dianabol is that those who take it can expect to build more muscle. The ingredients contained within the mix are said to create an anabolic and anti-proteolytic effect; this means that the product promotes the uptake of amino acids into muscles whilst also conserving the stores of amino acids that the muscle already possess. This is then said to help new muscles build faster, as well as preserve the gains that have already been earned.
The effects seen whilst using Hi-Tech Dianabol are intended to be slow and steady, taking around 8-10 weeks to fully realise. Once gains have been achieved, Hi-Tech Dianabol is said to be more easily retained after customers discontinue using the product. Some of the ingredients contained within the mix prevent water bloating and retention, giving the body’s muscles the appearance of being “harder”.
Hi-Tech Pharma also claim that Dianabol is a testosterone-booster, which can not only improve performance in the gym, but is also known to boost libido and “an alpha male feeling in sexual and social activities”.
One final unique aspect of this product is its use of Hi-Tech Pharma’s own “cyclosome delivery”. In a nutshell, this appears to be a process of preparing the capsules so that the active drugs are not affected by the body’s liver (which would otherwise render the active ingredients useless before they could do anything). The section describing this process is particularly unreadable, so any statement on what “cyclosome delivery” really means can only ever be a reasoned guess.
Most of Hi-Tech Dianabol’s ingredients have been carefully selected to imitate illegal steroids whilst keeping the overall mix on the right side of the law (just). Some of the ingredients (such as the two “flavones”) have good scientific evidence backing their effects, but most do not. Trying out a product like this really means putting your faith in the manufacturer and their reputation.
The evidence from customer reviews suggests that the product works in a basic sense, with many customers reporting slight to moderate gains. Many of the specific claims made above still cannot be verified however, particularly the idea that the gains achieved on Hi-Tech Dianabol are easier to retain than otherwise. Overall, we would expect that this product would help to build muscle and boost testosterone.
The ingredients contained within Hi-Tech Dianabol are listed below. Readers should note that the individual ingredient quantities are not listed, which can make it difficult for us to estimate how effective the product is. Those that are listed are correct for 1 capsule of Hi-Tech Dianabol.
Talking about the side effects of Hi-Tech Dianabol is really difficult, as very few of its ingredients have much background in terms of scientific research to investigate. Relatively few customer reviews highlight major side effects, although it must be said that the client base for a product like this probably takes some side effects as a given.
Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals claim that this product is chemically very similar to methandrostenolone (the main ingredient of the banned steroid that shares the product’s name). If this is true, then customers should reasonably expect the same side effects (such as high blood pressure or serious liver toxicity). The manufacturer repeatedly claims that many of the ingredients limit the oestrogen-boosting effect of normal steroids (whereby customers lose muscle mass, grow breasts etc.) However, we maintain that this outcome is always a possibility when messing with products that affect testosterone levels and other hormones.
One side effect that has been repeatedly mentioned by customers and is associated with several of Hi-Tech Dianabol’s ingredients is oily skin and “roid rage”. Customers should expect to become more aggressive and angry whilst using products like these.
Not for use by individuals under the age of 18 years. Do not use if you are pregnant or nursing. This product can raise blood pressure and interfere with other drugs you may be taking. Talk to your doctor about this product.
Although some customers claim that Hi-Tech Dianabol is ineffective, the evidence shown by most reviews is that the product broadly works as advertised. However, gains appear to be slight compared to the illegal steroids the products imitates, and many recommend stacking Hi-Tech Dianabol with other Hi-Tech Pharma products to achieve the best results. Side effects appear to be relatively common.
I’m on day 17, and so far it’s been pretty good. I take 3 pills a day and I have been seeing results, I have gained a little weight but nothing like I thought. I do have difficulty gaining weight though. 1 side effect I have noticed from taking Hi-Tech Dianabol is that something small would make my anger blow up. I have been getting good pumps with this more energy and I feel like I can keep going even after a heavy workout.
Works great. I have noticed muscles where they used to not be and I have noticed I’m lifting more and heavier. the only thing is that it makes your joints sore and ur muscles sore. It only does this because you use muscles that you usually wouldn’t use. But it works great and I notice a huge difference. Just take it with breakfast lunch and dinner.
While it may not be the substantial increase that you hope for after a couple weeks of use, this has been effective in helping my strength and overall muscular definition.
This product gives MILD RESULTS. Ran for 30 days. Took 1 pill 3 times a day with a meal. Increased testosterone and muscularity. Body composition changed. Body fat reduced muscularity increased while maintaining the same bodyweight. Lost 1 and 1/2″ inch in the waist and gained 1″ in my chest. Irritability increased slightly. Strength increased but nothing major. The tablets are black in color
Took this 3 times a day morning afternoon and night. This product did nothing for me at all.
On the official Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals website, no mention is made of a money back guarantee or a returns policy of any kind.
Hi-Tech Dianabol can be purchased from a number of online retailers, including the Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals website, A1 Supplements, My Supplement Store, Lucky Vitamin, Best Price Nutrition, Same Day Supplements and more.
A 60 capsule bottle of Hi-Tech Dianabol costs around $59.95 from most outlets where it is available, although on the official Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals website, the same bottle costs far more ($89.95).
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