There are some rumors flying around saying that PureRawz and Behemoth Labz are from one and the same owner.
That intrigued me quite a lot and I’ve decided to write this Behemoth Labz review to investigate these rumors while providing crucial information about the company.
Behemoth Labz is quite new to the game, there isn’t much info available on them online and they seem to have come out of nowhere.
As we’ll later see, their product selection is very impressive and they have almost every research chemical under the sun.
Are their products any good and how do they compare to some of the other vendors on the market?
Let’s find out!
The first thing one notices upon entering the website is the huge selection of products they have in stock.
It’s quite easy to get lost with so many choices, but the company remedies this by outlining its top-selling products.
Behemoth Labz claims to be selling the highest purity SARMs on the market, a statement we’ll investigate thoroughly.
One more thing that didn’t escape me was the claim that they’ve been selling research chemicals since the ’90s.
I doubt that since SARMs didn’t enter the market until the early 2000’s.
Also, they are the new kid on the block, so I’m not sure what they’re trying to accomplish with this.
The website itself is quite modern and has a good feel to it.
I’ve tested most of the links and they work as intended, so no issues there.
Behemoth Labz sells SARMs, peptides, PCT supplements, droppers and a myriad of other products.
They have SARMs as liquids, caps and they even carry them as injectables.
It was surprising to see that they are actually carrying Ligandrol, despite most vendors discontinuing it due to copyright issues.
I’m not sure how they get around that, but it’s a plus in my book since Ligandrol is such a rare substance these days.
I’m also a huge fan of their samples, where they sell lower amounts of SARMs for budget-friendly prices.
For example, 15mls of their YK11 liquid will set you back $26,48, which is not a bad deal at all.
They are also one of the rare sources out there that sell injectable SARMs, which is a positive sign.
The company doesn’t have any fake reviews on its website, unlike so many other vendors.
The only thing bothering me is their huge selection of products, it’s easy to lose yourself in all the choices, especially if you’re searching for something outside of their top-sellers.
Another thing to avoid would be their stacks, one of them actually boasts having Ligandrol, RAD 140 and YK11 in the same tablet.
I wouldn’t consume that even if they paid me money, as it would be quite dangerous since all of the SARMs in this stack are very suppressive.
Their prices reflect the industry standard, they are not that expensive, but one couldn’t call them cheap either.
To make things clearer, a 60 capsule bottle of Ligandrol will cost you north of 100$, which is okay, since every capsule contains 20mgs of product.
I think they are quite fair in their pricing and if their quality control is on point, this could be one of the better SARMs sources out there.
This is where problems start for this company.
Their CoAs are around two years old and they don’t seem to be doing anything to post new ones.
They just slapped tens of CoAs from the same date made in 2019 for most of their products, and there doesn’t seem to be anything new under the sun.
I have always claimed that having no recent lab results is like having no lab results at all, and I stand by my words.
It sounds a bit crude, but it’s for the safety of my readers and in the end, my own safety.
I didn’t purchase any SARMs from this company, so I can’t vouch for their purity or efficacy.
One of the reasons I avoided them was because of the outdated lab results, but I might buy a batch and have it independently tested in the future.
Shipping And Returns
Their SARMs are assembled in the EU and shipped directly to the US, where their headquarters is located.
You’re able to track every order as they ship through USPS.
Domestic shipping (to the US) takes about 3 to 4 days, while international shipments may take about two to three weeks, depending on the circumstances.
They ship from Monday to Friday and if your order is processed before 3PM EST, they’ll ship on the same business day.
If not, they’ll ship it the next day.
They don’t take responsibility if your shipment gets seized by customs, so you’ll have to check the laws of your country.
I recommend you read my SARMs legality article to learn a bit more about the specifics.
In regards to payment options, they accept Bitcoin and surprisingly, PayPal.
PayPal’s terms of service explicitly states that selling research chemicals is a breach of their policy, so I would be quite careful when paying with PayPal, as you could get your account closed.
I like how they try to use a bit of humor in their policies, to make the boring procedure a bit less dull.
They do have a refund policy, but it’s quite restrictive.
You have to return your product, untampered and unopened, within three weeks of purchase.
You will also be charged a 15% restocking fee for the inconvenience caused to the company.
I’m not a big fan of this, but I can’t really blame the company too much, they probably had issues with unbridled refunds in the past.
Customer Reviews Online
They don’t have that many people talking about them, since they are still new, but from what I’ve seen, things aren’t looking good.
First of all, their TrustPilot page is in shambles, with a meager 3 out of 5 rating, most of them being negative.
The company didn’t respond to any of the negative reviews and I hope that changes in the future.
People on Reddit and bodybuilding forums are generally quite wary of them and they don’t recommend the vendor.
Some people also complained about their unresponsiveness, especially when it comes to delayed orders.
The reviews on their Facebook page are mixed, some of them are positive, others not so much.
All in all, customers are on the fence when it comes to ordering from them and I get why that is the case.
Similarities to PureRawz
As mentioned at the beginning of the article, there are some claims stating PureRawz and Behemoth Labz are the same company.
After doing a bit of digging, I have concluded that this is very likely to be the truth, unfortunately.
As an example, take a look at their MK-677 CoA – both companies made it on the same date, it has the same purity rate, the same lab, only the laboratory number is different.
This is quite fishy, as it’s quite easy to tamper with the lab number, just change the digits to another value.
Also, their products are pretty much the same, they have the same stock of goods.
Lastly, their instructions on how to pay with PayPal are also very similar.
You can take from this what you will, but I would be very suspicious to say the least.
I didn’t contact their customer support as I had no reason to.
They don’t even have a phone number on their website, so email is your only option, which is a bit old-fashioned.
Generally speaking, their customer support doesn’t seem to be that good, as people often complained about not receiving proper customer service.
I see a lot of potential in this company, but they have to put in some elbow grease before I consider them to be one of the top SARMs sources.
They have to fix their lab reports, start answering customer demands and be more responsive in general.
As of now, I cannot recommend them as a trusted source and if you’re looking for high-quality SARMs, I suggest you go with one of my recommended companies.
To sum up this Behemoth Labz review, I really think this company is a star in the making.
They have products most companies could only dream of possessing and that makes them a valuable asset to customers.