I used the DP TestP at 1ml ED and by first week it was very clear that I was using high quality testosterone. I noticed increased in libido, very oily skin and a "sense of well being" that testosterone brings when used. My aggression also was noticeable in and outside the gym. There are mixed feedbacks with DP products, but I personally have not any issues with any DragonPharma products. I continued the protocol with Maxtreme Pharma TestP amps after the DP ran out and am very well pleased with Maxtreme also. It was my very first time with that particular lab and I did not notice anything that would suggest a "drop" in testosterone levels when switching from DP to Maxtreme. Thank you so much OSGear for allowing into your TestP promo, I very much appreciate it and you definitely have my business for my future needs.
I see lots of unanswered questions and comments here, but I’ll try anyway: Why doesn’t the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) or other AHJ (Authority Having Jurisdiction) require battery manufacturers to place the energy density of the battery in easily understood units, such as watt-hours on the packaging and in the advertising of these products so that consumers can have a meaningful way of comparing the performance of batteries by “unit pricing” ($/W-H) among various manufacturers and brands? This should apply to rechargable and non-rechargeable batteries alike. The only technical information about battery performance that is easily obtained (from Web sites) by the average consumer, are charge/discharge curves under controlled, not necessarily typical conditions. These are USELESS in helping the consumer make an informed purchase decision or to provide an objective price vs. performance comparison of available products.