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Get Peace of Mind with Guaranteed SARM Quality

Here at UK SARMs, we never compromise on the quality of the premium SARMs products we stock.

We get all of our SARMs Certificate of Analysis (CoA) tested for purity every single month before we compound the raw material into liquids in our ISO7 medical grade laboratory.

As a SARMs supplier, it is our obligation to ensure that you, as the customer, receive the highest quality SARMs available on the market.

This is why we have such good reviews and a healthy reputation in this industry.

With that in mind, we have put together a list of questions you should ask yourself before buying SARMs from an unknown supplier.

How do I know who to buy SARMs from?

Purity Certificates

1. Do they have purity certificates? Check the reports carefully. There are so many fake purity certificates out there we recommend calling the company that provided the reports to verify that they are authentic.

2.Check the reviews of the company carefully. Again, there are so many companies who fake reviews out there you must be really careful to ensure their reviews are authentic and indeed verified. Reviews of the products on the website are usually faked as they can be created by the website owner. If a company has no reviews or they seem fake – do not use them.

3. How long has the company been operating? This is a good indication of the quality of the product as if they are fairly new it is likely they will not have the resources to invest in purity certificates and indeed genuine SARMs – companies who feature PayPal as a payment option on the website are new companies! PayPal has strict policies and does not facilitate the sale of SARMs so don’t be fooled into thinking this adds credibility as it is quite the opposite.

4. Price is everything! In this industry, if the price is too good to be true, it usually is. Do not be fooled by suspiciously low prices. The quality of the product is reflected in the price. You get what you pay for.

5. Last but not least, do not buy from an unknown supplier! There is plenty of genuine suppliers of SARMs out there. It is not worth wasting your money on dodgy suppliers selling a potentially dangerous product.

UK SARMs – Purity Certificates:

Here at UK SARMs, we only sell genuine SARMs at the highest quality available on the market, with our multiple buy discounts you can get up to 50% off your order meaning that our product prices are in fact much cheaper than all of the other SARMs suppliers out there.

View our genuine purity certificates here with the proof of payment to MZ Bio Labs at: Lab-verified Purity Report

View our genuine purity certificates here with the proof of payment to Colmaric Analyticals at: Independently-verified Purity Report

SHRED 2.0 (GW-0742)
GW-501516 - Cardarine
LGD-4033 - Ligandrol
MK-677 Ibutamoren
MK-2866 - Ostarine
RAD-140 Testolone
TEST 2.0 (RAD-150)
S4 Andarine
PUMP (S-23)
MELT (SR-9009) Stenabolic
YK-11 - Myostatin InhibitoR
SHRED 2.0 (GW-0742)
SHRED (GW-501516) Cardarine
GAIN 2.0 (LGD-3033)
GAIN (LGD-4033) Ligandrol
GROWTH (MK-677) Ibutamoren
MAINTAIN (MK-2866) Ostarine
(RAD 140) Testolone
TEST 2.0 (RAD-150)
LUSH (RU-58841)
MASS (S4) Andarine
PUMP (S-23)
MELT (SR-9009) Stenabolic
Enclomiphene Citrate

Purity Certificate FAQs

You shouldn’t be purchasing SARMs from anyone else but someone that has a purity certificate and has a way to prove their SARMs are real and safe, like here at UK SARMs. If you don’t have that, then it’s possible that you were ripped off: fraud is unfortunately somewhat common in the supplement industry. If you’re not certain on whether or not your SARMs or supplements are safe, it’s best not to take them.

While a liquid SARM supplement or any kind of medicine or product may say nearly anything in the advertisement, and can still get away with a lot of different things on its label, one of the things it usually has to list pretty actively are the ingredients of the supplement. These usually have to be included in the label, but of course, hidden ingredients have sometimes been detected in supplements before.

SARMs often share different legal procedures across different countries or regions. Some supplements that would be considered illegal in one country could be considered legal in another country, so much of this depends on where you are in the world.

With that said, yes, in most cases, supplements require some kind of approval. More specifically, most countries usually have some kind of drug testing branch that’s tasked with checking the kinds of medicine and supplements the citizens are consuming. Usually, these organisations or departments are in charge of making sure the supplement is pure.

Sometimes other third party organisations can be the ones testing the supplements, such as labs, but often this is done by the aforementioned government organisations.

Usually, a supplement is pure if it’s been certified and tested to not have anything interfering in the quality of the supplement. No additives, nothing put into the supplement that would cause it to have an effect that’s not intended. That would be what a ‘pure’ supplement would be.

You’ll find that in the SARM industry, many supplements are not actually pure. This is because there’s a lot of money to be made by adding in fillers and additives to various different kind of supplements: from weight gainers to protein powder and all kinds of others.

You should do your research and make sure a supplement is pure before you purchase it and begin using it.

A certified SARM product is one that has been tested and identified by a third party as being relatively safe and meeting a certain standard of quality that is relevant in whatever industry or comparison is being made during the judging. It goes without saying that you should only take certified supplements when it comes to which ones are alright to take.

An independently-certified supplement is almost like a badge of safety: it lets you know that the SARM, or whatever kind of supplement that it is, isn’t contaminated or poisoned with anything else. You know that the only thing that you’re taking is that SARM or that supplement, without anything else that isn’t a named, labelled ingredient on the bottle or package.