Back in 2012 a company created a prohormone called Sasquatch a part of there DNA series of supplements. Back then this type of product was unheard of. With 5 prohormone compounds most people were thinking liver issue. Xcel said they were having no reported liver issues due to the carbopol in the product. This allowed the compounds to be released slowly keeping the liver from getting pounded with too much at once. I’m still a skeptic but I don’t know of anyone ever having any liver issues while on this product.
What was in Sasquatch DNA?
Here we will take a look at all of the compounds found in the original Sasquatch DNA by Xcel Sports.
17a-methyl-1,4-androstadiene-3,17diol (M1,4ADD) (DECA). Perfect for lean mass building. Deca helps keep joints lubricated, has a low androgenic activity and increases strength.
Second: 17a-methyl-1,4-androstadiene-3,17diol (M1,4ADD) Dianabol. Great mass maker, wet compound so some water retention will be noticed. Mild strength gains.
Third: 2-cyano-17a-methyl-17b-hydroxy-androst-3-one (Cyanostane). Excellent anabolic / androgenic ratio, lean muscle gain with some fat loss. More anabolic than superdrol.
17b-hydroxy-2a,17b-dimethyl-5a-androstan-3-one-azine (Dymethazine). DMZ is one of my favorite prohormone compounds. This pro will deliver mass without a ton of water retention making it perfect for bodybuilding.
Sasquatch was king of the mass supplements in 2013. This product is now banned and no longer for sale on the market. If you find sasquatch for sale use caution before buying.
Even though Sasquatch is gone you can still get a decent product called Sasquatch DNA resurrection a reformulated version of the old product from back in 2013.