Andro Poppers Review
By Bryan Kernan author of Bodybuilding Supplement Secrets Revealed
Pinnacle Andro Poppers
Pinnacle Andro Poppers are a cyclodextrin prohormone dietary supplement, which is said to maximize testosterone in your body and thereby increase muscle growth.
A research study done by the Pinnacle company itself (not a non biased third party) claimed that Andro Poppers increased testosterone 125% and stayed elevated for up to twelve hours.
Real life results for this supplement are very mixed some people felt they got good results (such as increased strength, muscle mass and body weight gains, etc.) but many said they didn't notice any positive results but did notice some negitive side effects.
Sadly the Pinnacle got a bad reputation for promoting scam supplements and the poppers in fact fell way short of the claims made for it by Pinnacle.
Andro Poppers Ingredients
5 mg of 4-androstenedione
5 mg of 5-androstenedione
5 mg of 19-nor-4-androstenedione
5 mg of 5-androdiol
5 mg of 19-nor-5-androstenediol.
Andro Poppers Side Effects
Some of the reported side effects that people experienced with Andro Poppers included:
Shrinking of the testicles
Shortness of temper
Where to Buy Andro Poppers For Sale?
As far as I can tell the Pinnacle supplements company is no longer in business, and Andro Poppers are no longer available. Also any products that contain the above ingredients have been made illegal to buy, sell or possess in the US because they have been determined to be a "drugs" by the federal government.
My advice is that if you are looking for a safer and legal alternative checkout Andro Shock.
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