I′ll skip the rah-rah part where I say steroids are bad for you.
Here is a quick factoid. Once one gets into long chemical names the nomeclature isn′t reliable. Two different names can refer to the same stuff, and sometimes different stuff gets the same name. In general, any chemcial name ending in OL is a sterol, and any chemcial name ending in ON or ONE is a steroid. This doesn′t necessarily make one better than the other. Now you know. Let′s hope the hucksters don′t realize this or out goes that clue.
I′ve never tried maxodrol. A quick web search didn′t reveal much other than what appeared to be planted reviews. I found what claims to be the label at
and this indicates it is 1,4-androstadiene-4-chloro-17a-methyl-3B, 17B-diol. Notice the last two letters are OL. This means it is a sterol, not a steroid. It′s a clue. It doesn′t necessarily mean it′s no good, but it′s one check in the junk column.
The last really good stuff to hit the street (that I am aware of) was superdrol. The ingredient was Methasteron. Notice it ends in ON. Some knock-offs claiming to use the same active ingredient called it 2a,17a di methyl etiocholan 3-one, 17b-ol. Yeah, there is the OL again. M-drol and S-drol are two of the more popular knockoffs.
A more recent innovation is called Monster Caps (http://www.1fast400.com/?products_id=6697). Despite the silly name it′s ingredient list looks impressive.
6,7 dihydroxybergamottin (DHB)
It looks like a blend of your stuff (slight name change but I′m guessing), superdrol, and even that elusive -ONE ending indicating an actual steriod, not a sterol.
Again, I′m not advocating one over the other and the decision is your to make. I hope you′ll report back your results.