sus 500 from Genetic Edge Technologies is a typical no thought blend of steroids on the market. The makers of sus 500 obviously have no idea what they are doing when it comes to making a prohormone/prosteroid product. It’s clear when you look at their mix of ingredients that they just threw in a mess of supplements hoping that the product would work.
sus500 Supplement Facts
Serving Size 1 softgel
Servings Per Container 60
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
- Estra-4, 9-diene-3,17-dione
- 13-ethyl-3-methoxy-gona-2 5(10)-diene-17-one
- Silymarin Extract
First off you have three steroidal products in this blend that really have no reason to be together. The first is the now banned “tren” product, estra-4,9-dione. This is a very good prohormone that builds mass and increases strength. There have been some reports of acne and gynocomastia with this compound, but it isn’t a common occurrence. Estra-4,9-dione cant convert to estrogen nor DHT, so it is a fairly side effect free compound. It also isn’t a 17aMethyl product, so liver stress is not an issue.
Second, they include 13-ethyl-3-methoxy-gona-2 5(10)-diene-17-one 3, which is a completely synthetic steroid that claims to have anabolic activity through bring a progestin. 13-ethyl-3-methoxy-gona-2 5(10)-diene-17-one. This is a very poorly understood steroid and being a derivitive of the abortion pill RU486, I wouldn’t touch this stuff. You just have no way of knowing what it will do to your body.
Finally, they add in 3,17-keto-etiochol-triene which is commonly known as ATD. This is an estrogen blocking agent that reduces aromatase. Unfortunately, neither of the above steroids really have much conversion to estrogen if any, so adding in this ingredient will serve to hurt you more than help you, since it will knock your estrogen levels to the floor. You do need SOME estrogen in your body to build muscle and have normal body functions, so the inclusion of this shows how stupid the manufacturer is about making a steroid product.
Finally, GET adds in Milk Thistle, to I suppose combat liver stress. Unfortunately, neither of the steroids nor the estrogen blocker have any negative liver effects, so this is completely pointless.