If you're going to go with a UGL brand, this is where an Anadrol review becomes extremely difficult; that shouldn't be too surprising. The problem with UGL's is they may very well be on top of their game, but like a flip of a light switch they can begin turning out horrible products. In many cases, it's a greedy manufacturer being just that, greedy, but then there's another problem. Many manufactures are limited to the raw powders they can get their hands on, and in most cases, they're limited to the Chinese market; this isn't a good thing. In such cases, your particular UGL may have the best intentions in the world, but again that light switch is flipped, the powder they're receiving is garbage, and that's what you're left with in your hand. For this reason, if you're going to stay on top of the UGL market, you'll need to view yearly Anadrol reviews or rather lab reviews done by those such as William Llewellyn; Llewellyn continues to put out reviews each and every year of a high quality nature on every UGL imaginable.