Backyard Steroids manufacturing has been the focus of numerous articles all over the bodybuilding domain. Including some for Muscle Evolution. The are anabolic steroid brands being manufactured using no sterilization processes. They also do not filter out harmful bacteria. Some people still think that getting cheap steroids should be the goal instead of paying for the best quality. There are also many “fly-by-night” steroid sellers looking to make a quick buck. They set up Backyard manufacturing or sell “Steroid Manufacturing Kits”. Then providing misinformation and false guarantees as part of their sales pitch. Be careful where you get your information from!
You have to use a 0.65-micron filter and then a 0.25-micron filter. They specifically manufacture these filters to remove harmful bacteria. That’s not to mention the rest of the sterilization process and procedures that must be followed. This adds greatly to the manufacturing costs.
Low-cost steroids are being produced by simply buying the active ingredient along with some oil. They then mix this up in conditions that are very unhygienic. Sometimes they heat the oils without proper filtration. Unwanted particles and pathogens will then be present in the mixture. Pharmaceutical conditions for manufacturing sterile medicines use an array of disinfection methods. From positive pressure environments to high-cost filtration systems. All to eliminate any contamination. Maintaining a “clean room” state is not only essential but expensive.
When it goes wrong
Today I received a call from a guy who purchased extremely cheap anabolic steroids from a friend. His friend bought a DIY kit steroid making kit from the internet. He set up a Backyard Steroids lab making anabolic steroids at his home. Extremely cheap being the operative word. Because of this unhygienic environment, flesh-eating bacteria found its way into the mix. The bacteria literally ate the flesh away around the injection site.
If this does not make you think twice about buying steroids. Then nothing will. Especially when people use ridiculous names and are super cheap compared to reputable brands. I have warned you. Think twice. Research a bit longer. Cross-reference information.