What are they?
-Selective androgen receptor modulators or SARMs are a class of androgen receptor ligands.
What’s their use?
- They are intended to have the same kind of effects as androgenic drugs but be much more selective in their action, allowing them to be used for more uses than the relatively limited legitimate uses of anabolic steroids.
- The first non-steroidal SARMs were introduced in 1998 and since then there has been a growing list of drug candidates in this new class of therapeutics.  Many SARM drug candidates have been subject to pre-clinical and clinical trials by global pharmaceutical companies. However, full clinical approval for human consumption as prescription drugs has not yet been accomplished for any of the substances. Published scientific literature, reviews on recent developments and clinical trials of SARM drug candidates are available.