For decades, Mexican steroids have been some of the most highly desired anabolic steroids of all. For years, brands like Brovel, Denkall, Quality Vet, Tornel and Ttokkyo Labs ran supreme, supplying more anabolic steroids from this market than perhaps any other. In many cases, if you lived in the U.S. the odds were strong your steroids were coming from one of these or one of the numerous other Mexican steroid labels; the labs were truly endless. Further, Mexican steroids were some of the most affordable of all time, and as the market was completely open business was very good. Of course, as this was an unregulated market, there were a lot of horrific Mexican steroids too, but the quality suppliers always rose to the top, and in some ways this market truly represented what a free market is supposed to look like. It's kind of funny when you think about it; an ultimate free market endeavor was selling to what is supposed to be the ultimate free market on earth; things that make you go hmm.
Of course, as the years have passed Mexican steroids have lost some of their zest of appeal. At one time, exporting anabolic steroids from Mexico was one of your only options, but as the internet age has fallen upon us the Mexican market simply hasn't kept up. In recent years, the European market has dominated anabolic steroid sales, providing a larger list of products from far superior labs, and of course every human grade label on earth. Make no mistake, you can still find quality Mexican steroids, but due to the pressure applied by U.S. law enforcement on its border friend, and the explosion of the European market, the Mexican market has in recent years severely declined.
For reasons that make as much sense as saying what goes up must come purple, many would be, and early on performance enhancers do not understand Mexican steroids. For some reason, many of these individuals believe the Mexican market provides something different than the European or U.S. based markets; the question is what would that be? In some cases, it's easy to understand where this confusion stems from; for example, the Mexican market provided us injectable Dianabol in the form of Reforvit-b. While that's true, Reforvit-b is simply Dianabol with added B12; it's nothing special, and the majority of Mexican Dbol is simply good old fashioned Dbol. In any market, you'll always find little twist on certain products. For example, it was Jelfa Pharmaceuticals out of Poland that gave us Omnadren, but the Omnadren mixture is now available in just about any market. The point, Mexican steroids are the same as any other steroid; of course, this is assuming the quality is up to standards, but that's another topic.
With the current state of Mexican steroids being less than it once was, and with the war on steroids raging on it's hard to predict what will happen to Mexican steroids in the end. Of course, with so much attention now being given to the European market this will allow the Mexican market to improve once again; if it takes advantage is yet to be seen. In any case, fortunately for the anabolic steroid user, the war on steroids has for years been inappropriately fought, and this will continue. One of the reasons the European market has gained such success is because this market recognizes the hole in the war on steroids, something the Mexican market has yet to grab a hold of in a full capacity. In any case, as soon as someone on that side of the border recognizes this fact, you can guarantee the supply of Mexican steroids to the U.S. will once again reign supreme.