Thyroid UK

Genesis T3

Hi all,

I just recieved my T3 in the mail, it was supposed to be one brand, ended up being Genesis (a steroid t3) has anyone else tried this? i dont know ANYONE who would try to return pills in the mail, and expect to get their money back, so, of course i will try it. the site i bought from was NOT a steroid site or at least did not appear as one. also, i already take NDT, and it does work, but i feel i need the added T3, i have an appointment with an integrated doctor in february, that is when i will have lab results to post.

thank you in advance

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I am not medically qualified but the T3 you've bought is an anabolic steroid which I should imagine is for body builders to give them a nice physique (they think).Whatever they stated on their website it may just have been to draw people to their product..

I would be wary of taking the one you've received and would complain to the company. I think it's a fat loss/muscle building product. You'll have to destroy the product if you don't want to return.

Always get a recommendation from someone on this forum who purchases authentic T3.

You can read this link and this is an excerpt:


Anabolic steroids are prescription-only medicines that are sometimes taken without medical advice to increase muscle mass and improve athletic performance.

If used in this way, they can cause serious side effects and addiction.

Anabolic steroids are manufactured drugs that mimic the effects of the male hormone testosterone. They have limited medical uses and aren't to be confused with corticosteroids, a different type of steroid drug that's commonly prescribed for a variety of conditions.

Cytomel® is the popularly recognized brand name for the drug liothyronine sodium.

This is not an anabolic steroid but a thyroid hormone.

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I agree with Shaws. Avoid this medication.

Wait until your appointment in February and don't make any more changes to your current meds until then so that the lab results reflect what you are taking.

Hope the appointment goes well.

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thank you


T3 (liothyronine) cannot be a steroid. So, if what you have is a steroid, it isn't T3. AFAIK Genesis was a brand of T3 (Liothyronine Sodium), but it was often faked (more often than not) - I'd return it as it's not what you ordered. Is it Tiratricol?

Genesis T3 used to have a scratch card/area with a serial number you could check, but they were bought out by Unigen about 5 years ago and I thought they discontinued the brand. If they still do Genesis, the serial number checker is at the bottom of this page:

The T3 body builders use is exactly the same as the T3 we use. They stack it with something like Clenbuterol (for asthma!) to lose fat before a show. Anabolic steroids are quite different (sort of testosterone derivatives), and build muscle and strength (and fat, sadly). Some other substances (like Clen) have anabolic (building) properties but aren't actually anabolic steroids.

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