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maximpep
01-09-2013, 08:16 AM
Maximpep Now Carries: Cabergoline .25mg per ml x 30ml , On Our Research Serum's Menu!





Maximpep has decided to add another menu item in Our Research Serum's area inside Maximpep's Store Menu.



What Is Cabergoline?




Cabergoline is a dopamine receptor agonist. It works by reducing the amount of prolactin (a hormone) that is released from the pituitary gland.

Cabergoline is used to treat a hormone imbalance in which there is too much prolactin in the blood (also called hyperprolactinemia).

Cabergoline may also be used for purposes not listed in this thread!!


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maximpep
01-10-2013, 06:55 AM
new prouduct

freakinhuge
01-10-2013, 07:20 AM
Is this stable in liquid form? I recalled reading something about it as a liquid and stability.

maximpep
01-10-2013, 08:12 AM
Is this stable in liquid form? I recalled reading something about it as a liquid and stability.

Freakinghuge,

Yes bother it is absolutely stable in liquid form. I would never sell any chems that were not stable for research. I stand behind all of our products please let me know if there is anything i can do for you.

oufinny
01-10-2013, 09:30 AM
Freakinghuge,

Yes bother it is absolutely stable in liquid form. I would never sell any chems that were not stable for research. I stand behind all of our products please let me know if there is anything i can do for you.

Nope, its not stable. There is plenty of research this to back it up as well. It may be for a short time but it won't stay for an extended period, that is why its a pill/capsule in the drug form.

bigpapabuff
01-10-2013, 11:51 AM
Nope, its not stable. There is plenty of research this to back it up as well. It may be for a short time but it won't stay for an extended period, that is why its a pill/capsule in the drug form.

Last year i email cem and asked why they no longer carried caber and just had prami and this is exactly what they told me.

maximpep
01-17-2013, 08:11 AM
Last year i email cem and asked why they no longer carried caber and just had prami and this is exactly what they told me.

We use such a small .25 mg dose, at this dose and with the different suspension liquids that are used it is 100% stable. We stand behind all our products. Now at higher mg per dose it is not stable. I have sold a ton of Cabergoline .25mg per ml x 30ml (http://www.extremepeptide.com/store/prolactin-antagonists/cabergoline-.25mg-per-ml-x-30ml/) and have gotten nothing but great reviews on this particular product. So, kindly if you do not believe me don't buy it. I may be a lot of things but a liar is not one of them.

maximpep
01-17-2013, 08:12 AM
Nope, its not stable. There is plenty of research this to back it up as well. It may be for a short time but it won't stay for an extended period, that is why its a pill/capsule in the drug form.


We use such a small .25 mg dose, at this dose and with the different suspension liquids that are used it is 100% stable. We stand behind all our products. Now at higher mg per dose it is not stable. I have sold a ton of Cabergoline .25mg per ml x 30ml (http://www.extremepeptide.com/store/prolactin-antagonists/cabergoline-.25mg-per-ml-x-30ml/) and have gotten nothing but great reviews on this particular product. So, kindly if you do not believe me don't buy it. I be a lot of things but a liar is not one of them.

bigpapabuff
01-17-2013, 01:31 PM
We use such a small .25 mg dose, at this dose and with the different suspension liquids that are used it is 100% stable. We stand behind all our products. Now at higher mg per dose it is not stable. I have sold a ton of Cabergoline .25mg per ml x 30ml (http://www.extremepeptide.com/store/prolactin-antagonists/cabergoline-.25mg-per-ml-x-30ml/) and have gotten nothing but great reviews on this particular product. So, kindly if you do not believe me don't buy it. I may be a lot of things but a liar is not one of them.

Yo bro No one is calling you a liar but what you re saying makes about zero sense. If liquid makes a compound unstable then a higher ratio of liquid to the compound isnt gonna make it more stable - if anything it will make it less.
Anyway this prompted a little research on my part. The drug is unstable and degrades rapidly in a liquid form.
Galastop (liquid caber for vet use) says it right on the label and states it must be used within 28 days.
Also I found a nice medication guide ( http://ratguide.com/meds/centeral_nervous_system_drugs/cabergoline.php )that had this to say, "It is recommended that the drug be compounded in a lipid base since it degrades becoming unstable in aqueous suspensions."
The very same statement is made here: Plumbs Veterinary Drug Handbook(6th edition) -Plumb,D.C.2008

SO I never called you a liar and never said you would knowingly sell it knowing this - but now you do know Where do YOU go from here with the info ??

bigpapabuff
01-17-2013, 02:00 PM
Yo bro No one is calling you a liar but what you re saying makes about zero sense. If liquid makes a compound unstable then a higher ratio of liquid to the compound isnt gonna make it more stable - if anything it will make it less.
Anyway this prompted a little research on my part. The drug is unstable and degrades rapidly in a liquid form.
Galastop (liquid caber for vet use) says it right on the label and states it must be used within 28 days.
Also I found a nice medication guide ( http://ratguide.com/meds/centeral_nervous_system_drugs/cabergoline.php )that had this to say, "It is recommended that the drug be compounded in a lipid base since it degrades becoming unstable in aqueous suspensions."
The very same statement is made here: Plumbs Veterinary Drug Handbook(6th edition) -Plumb,D.C.2008

SO I never called you a liar and never said you would knowingly sell it knowing this - but now you do know Where do YOU go from here with the info ??

Above link I referenced isn't working so I'm posting it again for you. Medication Guide: Cabergoline (http://ratguide.com/meds/central_nervous_system_drugs/cabergoline.php)
You will find the relevant information in the Considerations section of the page linked too by the way.