SARMs America Review | The Best American SARMs Source?

Although SARMsAmerica has been online for close to four years, they continue to stay under the radar.

One expects an early start would give them a competitive advantage against rival companies, but that is not the case, at least not for this vendor.

SARMs America Review


SARMsAmerica has a sleek website design, runs fast and is aesthetically pleasing.

After fiddling around the website for a bit, I’ve noticed that their PCT section consists of SARMs and MK-677, which doesn’t make much sense.

Also, it’s quite difficult to find their returns policy, as it isn’t mentioned anywhere in the footer, but is part of a section called ‘Website Policy’. 

Those are minor infractions but SARMsAmerica would benefit from fixing these small mistakes.

Speaking of which, their blog section is very interesting indeed.

They have countless articles about bodybuilding and their products, however, some of the themes are recurring which is both weird and bad for the website.

Other than that, the website works flawlessly and all the links bring you to your desired location.

I especially like their FAQ section where they talk about potential customer inquiries at length.

Product Selection

They have all the SARMs and compounds related to SARMs in stock, except for S23.

Even Ligandrol is among their ranks which surprised me quite a bit since many SARM vendors don’t carry it due to copyright issues.

They have weird monikers for their SARMs, but thankfully, they include the original name of the SARMs in the title and on the bottle.

All of their SARMs are in capsule form, which commands a higher price as we’ll see in the next section but despite the cost, they are newbie-friendly.

SARMsAmerica has a wholesale program so if you’re buying large quantities, you may be eligible for lower prices.

Last but not least, they have some SARMs stacks that I wouldn’t want to be a part of.

Take their ‘Mass Building Stack’ as an example, it includes three suppressive SARMs, Ligandrol, RAD140 and YK11. As a cherry on top, they even added MK-677.

While it wouldn’t be wise to use all four items of this stack at once, it would be prudent to buy it if you plan on doing multiple cycles, as it is the most economic option available.


To be completely fair, SARMsAmerica is one of the steeper vendors I’ve come across.

For example, their Ostarine will set you back $85.00 and with a capsule containing only 15mgs of the product (there are 60 capsules in a bottle), you don’t get much bang for your buck.

The question that remains to be answered is whether their pricing structure is justified, the next section will tackle this query head-on!

Quality Control

Every SARM and compound related to SARMs sold by SARMsAmerica has a Certificate of Analysis (CoA).

However, problems emerge when you try to search for CoAs from specific batches, they don’t exist. That’s an issue since companies without a clear and discernable history of CoAs as well as recent lab results can’t be trusted.

The good news is that the lab used for their CoAs is actually real – they have a website and have been in the game for quite a while.

You can check them out yourself by searching for ‘Atlantic Analytical Laboratory’ on the web.

The lab results that do exist are all stellar; 99%+ purity of products and all the other numbers check out.

I’m on the fence about this company, on one hand, they do have CoAs from an actual lab, but on the other hand, they are outdated and the vendor doesn’t test every batch.

I’ve seen worse examples but considering our body is on the line, I’m hesitant in giving them the green light.

Shipping And Returns

This company seems to ship from both the US (New Jersey) and Canada (Montreal), although it isn’t quite clear where their headquarters are located.

Their ‘Shipping’ tab says that all products are shipped from the US, however, their returns policy clearly states to return the products to Canada, in case of irregularities.

It’s a bit confusing and the vendor should update their website to reflect the true state of things in this matter.

The company offers same-day shipping for all orders before 2PM (I assume EDT time) and claims that orders within the US and Canada take between two to five business days to get to you.

SARMsAmerica states that international orders take between five to seven business days with UPS, which I personally doubt, as I had SARMs shipped from the US to Australia before and had to wait between ten to fourteen working days.

Once again, there is a discrepancy between their ‘Shipping’ tab and the text written on their homepage. One claims that international orders take 5 to 7 business days, the other adamantly states 4 to 10 business days.

These small blunders are adding up and what you get is a website chock-full of inaccuracies.

Moving on, their return policy is quite strict but standard practice among SARM vendors; for a product to be eligible for a return, it has to be in its original packaging, unused and in the same condition as received.

Their refund policy lasts thirty days from the date of your purchase.

One interesting titbit that didn’t go unnoticed is the policy that states all items that are on sale are non-refundable.

Customer Reviews Online

Although the company has been selling SARMs for more than three and a half years, there are little to no SARMsAmerica reviews online.

I scoured the web for more information about the company and except for one measly Reddit thread, an incomplete LinkedIn profile and a barren TrustPilot page, SARMsAmerica is shrouded in obscurity.

The Reddit thread doesn’t offer anything new under the sun and the TrustPilot page isn’t even claimed by the company and as of now, it has zero reviews.

It’s quite eerie and doesn’t instill much confidence in the vendor.

However, it’s also worth noting that some SARMs companies prefer to keep a low profile and that might be the case here.

Customer Support

SARMsAmerica has a toll-free US number situated in the right corner of their website, next to their shopping cart. You can call them from Monday to Friday between 8am and 5:30PM.

They also have an email address located at the footer of their website, they usually answer any questions in 1 to 2 business days.

They are also quite active on Facebook and Instagram, the former states the company answers any query in just a few hours.

You can also find coupon codes and special offers if you follow them on social media, which is a plus in my book.


To sum up this SARMsAmerica review, this is a business with a lot of latent potentials.

Lab results are present but are dated and therefore, inadequate.

Their blog is a bit wacky but one can see the company is trying its best to break into the big leagues.

They just have to edit certain parts of their website, start testing every batch and they will have a shot at glory!

I haven’t tested their SARMs for the reasons stated above, and therefore can’t recommend them as a reliable SARMs source.

This is subject to change, but for now, stick to my recommended vendors.

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