How to Buy Andro

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Andro is an ingredient found in bodybuilding supplements used by lifters to increase muscle mass. It is a compound used as a way to boost the body's ability to produce the hormone testosterone naturally. Other claims from manufacturers include the ability to decrease oestrogen levels. You can buy many andro supplements legally over the counter, but you should consult with your doctor first.

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Find out the different types of andro available for legal purchase. Current Andros on the market include androstatriene and androsterone. Keep in mind that this can change at any time and these products may be removed from shelves.

  2. 2

    Browse different manufacturers that sell andro bodybuilding products. Producers of andro supplements include Advanced Muscle Science, Sports One and Totally Huge.

  3. 3

    Purchase andro from a bodybuilding supplement online store. Supplements to Go has a listing of their andro products in a single section of their website.

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    Review how much andro is found in each serving of the product. A likely range is between 25 mg to 100 mg. There is not an exact amount that you should look for since established values have not been released by the FDA.

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    Check the recommendations of the andro supplement before you purchase the product. The label should let you know clearly how much you should consume each day as well as list any potential side effects. Side effects can include nausea, dry mouth, mood swings, headaches and cramping. There should also be warnings printed on the label advising women against taking the supplement.

Tips and warnings

  • Some forms of andro have been banned by the FDA and not sold legally. These include androstenedione and anrostenediol.

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