Idk, I haven't used it. But from what I saw it had a shorter half life and was weaker. It could be good for those who suffer lethargy from MK677 but to say it is a "super" MK677 is a far stretch. Doesnt mean it's useless or anything like that. If it doesn't effect hunger (which I think it does) and lethargy can be avoided with it then it may br a good option for some.
I actually just read it does increase hunger. It may be good at avoiding lethargy with the shorter half life. I didn't mean to discourage it brother I just questioned the whole "super" MK677 statement you made. Doesn't mean you shouldn't look into it or use it. The more options we have, the better.
I seriously doubt that ANY company is selling real Anamorelin.
Barely any manufacturing plants are willing to make it (including Chinese facilities) and of those that will, they are charging a small fortune. The last quote we were given was 65K per kilogram, which is over 4X the cost of MK-677 (MK-677 is already considered an expensive product). This makes Anamorelin cost-prohibitive from a manufacturing standpoint.
So, you can rest assured that if you see anyone selling it for under $100-120, it is not real...and even then I would have strong doubts regarding its legitimacy. Personally, I don't think any supp/research company has real Anamorelin.
The price tag would have to be at least $200 (and that would be considered a very "poor" profit margin). I forgot that the recommended dose of Anamorelin is 50-100 mg/day, which is 2-4X higher than MK-677 (25 mg/day)....and with a kg cost 4X higher than MK, we are looking at a production cost that is 8-16X greater than MK...if a company wants to make a properly dosed Anamorelin product.