Blome Research Review – Legit or Worth it? (+ Alternatives)


Blome Research

πŸ’Š πŸ§ͺ Forms: Liquid Peptides
πŸ“„ Lab Verified (COA): Yes
πŸ“¬ Shipping Policy: Flat rate with or without insurance
πŸ’΅ Payment Methods: Credit or eDebit
🏷 Price (BPC157 5mg equivalent): $37.50
⭐️ Rating: 3.0

  • Selection
  • Pricing + Fees
  • Reputation


  • Very straight and clear about their legal standings
  • Offers third-party testing


  • Not the greatest range of products
  • Seems a bit lackluster

In the world of peptides, SARMs, and other nifty ‘research chemicals’, there are new companies popping up left, right, and center. But how do we determine if these are, you know, good? Well, we do that for you! And today, we’ll be looking over this Blome Research Review.

Blome seems to be a rather unknown company with … not a lot of information available online, and even fewer reviews available. With that said, let’s try and find out whether their peptides are worth your hard-earned cash or not.

Key Takeaways

  • πŸ€” Blome Research is a peptide company based somewhere in the USA
  • 🧬 They offer a decent range of peptides that are labeled ‘not for human use’
  • πŸ’» They are mentioned in suspiciously high amount of forum posts, but they are suspect since we haven’t heard of them prior
  • πŸ›’ While their costs are relatively good, the company isn’t well known and there isn’t a ton of information available online

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Who is Blome Research?

The world of online peptide retailers has exploded in recent years with the influx (and outflux…) of various companies, ranging from those who are extremely scientific to those that are more bro-science than actual science.

Blome research stands amongst those that appear to be rooted in actual scientific research, embarking on a journey to produce and sell some high-quality injectable peptides.

Unfortunately, there isn’t a lot more information on the company available. See, whereas other companies will clearly state where they are based, Blome does not. They mention they are a US-Source of peptides, but there’s no real information about them. Don’t believe me? Take a look at their literal ‘About Us’ section… it only states information about peptides, not them specifically.

Under the terms they also clearly state

‘ALL SALES ARE FINAL. WE CANNOT ACCEPT RETURNS.’, ‘YOU MUST BE A MINIMUM OF 21 YEARS OF AGE. The listing of a material in this catalog does not constitute a license to, or a recommendation for, its use in infringement of any patent.’,

and several other claims that just makes you wonder if they’re really … comfortable doing what they are. Doesn’t seem that way. Lastly, if you Google Blome LLC, there is nothing to be found. But at least you can call or text ’em!

Which Products Does Blome Research Sell?

Well, peptides!

They currently have a range of 27 products in total, of which 5 products are not even real peptides. So, they only stock 22 different peptides. Some of these include AOD-9604, Tirzepatide (SIX DIFFERENT VERSIONS!), and NAD. Overall, the range is rather disappointing. If this is a disappointing range, we get comments and questions on our Facebook group about all kinds of peptides, and they only stock like, 13 different ones? Not a great move.

Perhaps the most interesting product is Retatrutide, which is an agonist of the glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide, glucagon-like peptide 1, and glucagon receptors. This product is used for treatments of obesity but is certainly not as well known as the others.

Third-Party Testing Service Provided

With their details looking a bit light, we hope to find more information on the testing section of their site. In case you were not aware, testing these types of products by independent third-party testers is pretty important, giving the clientele a clear idea of what’s in the product. If you’re creating all these nice and wondering products, you better be able to put your money where your mouth is…

Now, they claim to use Prime Analytical Labratories LLC. You can see a testing report below. Looks all fine and dandy.

Testing Reports

Unfortunately, when you pop that address into Google, you get a building that’s up for lease…

Now, I will mention that this test was done in late 2023, whereas another test result on the site (2024) was done by JanoShik.

Testing Reports

The needed code is clearly visible at the bottom, so I’m happy with this. Unfortunately, again, there is NO further information about the testing. We don’t know if every batch is tested, and that is a disappointment as well.

Loyalty Setup

You will also notice the Loyalty part of the website. Clicking on this will give you some information, but certainly not a lot. You register, you earn points, and you get to spend those points… big plus if you are the style of person who buys a LOT of peptides. You get one point per $1 spent, however, it doesn’t really say what your points are worth. Once you get to 400, though, shipping on all products is free.

Shipping and Payment Methods

Let’s discuss the shipping and payment methods, something that is often a sore point for some. Current shipping options include:

  • Flat Rate ($10.20)
  • Flate Rate [w Insurance] ($12.70)
  • Express [2 – 3 days] ($40.00)
  • Express [w Insurance] ($42.50)

Payment methods include:

  • Credit Card payments
  • eDebit Direct Draft

As you can see, this is a rather… thin section. And this seems to be the scheme with this entire company. A skim-milk version.

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Blome Research vs Other Brands

Blome Research vs Science Bio

Comparing Blome to Science Bio is like comparing vegan cheese to real cheese. There are some who love vegan cheese, and that is fine, but 80% of the population prefers real cheese. It has a better taste (greater range of products), better texture (better pricing structure), and better overall look (better shipping and customer support). Overall, Chemyo beats Blome every day of the week, and twice on Sunday.

Blome Research vs Sports Technology Labs

Sports Technology Labs is another brand that beats Blome, quite easily. Blome doesn’t provide nearly as many high-quality products nor do they sell SARMs. So, if it were my money, I prefer STL every day. And twice on Sunday.


Overall, I’m lukewarm, but ever so slightly on the side of cold. This company doesn’t really seem to double down on the idea of producing products that change lives. This seems to be a company made to make money, and I’m not sold. I prefer Chemyo and other companies.

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Daniel Louwrens BSc PT

Daniel Louwrens BSc PT | Writer

Daniel Louwrens is a well-rounded fitness professional with over 10 years of experience in bodybuilding and fitness. He holds a BSc in Chemistry from the University of Western Cape and is a certified International Personal Trainer and Nutritionist. He is also a skilled bodybuilder and head coach for Muscle and Brawn. With his knowledge and expertise, he provides personalized training, nutrition, and recovery guidance to help clients reach their fitness goals.

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