Reconstituting Peptides: A How-To Guide (Using GHRP-6 as a full example)

Thread: Reconstituting Peptides: A How-To Guide (Using GHRP-6 as a full example)

1. Reconstituting Peptides: A How-To Guide (Using GHRP-6 as a full example)

So you bought your peptides and you realize that they come in a small vial containing poder and have no idead how to get THAT into your body.

Every peptide comes in powder form, requiring you to reconstitute it in a solution that you can inject. The issue most people have with is is

A) What do I mix it with?

B) How much do I mix it with?

C) What is the dose after I have mixed it?

A) Well first off, covering A, almost all peptides can safely be constituted with Bacetriostatic Water, which can be bought off of amazon very cheap. The exception to this being IGF variations, which an Acetic Acid solution is needed.

B) The amount you mix into the vial will always change the dose. When you understand it, its very VERY simple math. Every peptide contains a set amount within the bottle, and it will NEVER change no matter how much you add. So per say, we have a 5mg vial of GHRP. Now wether I add 1 or 3ml of bac water, the total solution will still hold 5mg. Every ml is divided into 10 sets off 100micrograms. 1,000micrograms= 1mg. Notice how your insulin syringe has 1-10 marked on it? That is to help you dose out in micrograms.

C)
Say we add 1ml to the 5mg of GHRP. This means that the total 1ml of solution = 5mg. Not rocket science right? So simple division would tell us 1/2ml (or 5/10 on the syringe) will equal HALF of the total solution, so 2.5mg. So 1/4 ml = 1.125mg and so on, until we get down to the 10ths where we want to be, finding that with 1ml added to the bottle, 1/10th of a ml = .5, or 500micrograms. This is a common yet slightly high dose for GHRP, so you could stay here and dose as is or you could add another ML to the bottle. This changes everything

Now when another ML is added you have 5mg suspended in 2ml of solution. That means 1ml= 2.5mg, compared to it being 5mg above. Doing the same math, we find now that every 1/10th ml is equal to 250mcg, a much more manageable dose of GHRP.

And thats is! You now have your solution ready to be dosed out! Stick it in the fridge when not in use for good measures after you have constituted it

-T

2. good info!

3. So many threads always asking how, figured we needed one

4. Thanks for Info **Question on Dosage of IGF-LR1**

Originally Posted by TwisT
So you bought your peptides and you realize that they come in a small vial containing poder and have no idead how to get THAT into your body.

Every peptide comes in powder form, requiring you to reconstitute it in a solution that you can inject. The issue most people have with is is

A) What do I mix it with?

B) How much do I mix it with?

C) What is the dose after I have mixed it?

A) Well first off, covering A, almost all peptides can safely be constituted with Bacetriostatic Water, which can be bought off of amazon very cheap. The exception to this being IGF variations, which an Acetic Acid solution is needed.

B) The amount you mix into the vial will always change the dose. When you understand it, its very VERY simple math. Every peptide contains a set amount within the bottle, and it will NEVER change no matter how much you add. So per say, we have a 5mg vial of GHRP. Now wether I add 1 or 3ml of bac water, the total solution will still hold 5mg. Every ml is divided into 10 sets off 100micrograms. 1,000micrograms= 1mg. Notice how your insulin syringe has 1-10 marked on it? That is to help you dose out in micrograms.

C)
Say we add 1ml to the 5mg of GHRP. This means that the total 1ml of solution = 5mg. Not rocket science right? So simple division would tell us 1/2ml (or 5/10 on the syringe) will equal HALF of the total solution, so 2.5mg. So 1/4 ml = 1.125mg and so on, until we get down to the 10ths where we want to be, finding that with 1ml added to the bottle, 1/10th of a ml = .5, or 500micrograms. This is a common yet slightly high dose for GHRP, so you could stay here and dose as is or you could add another ML to the bottle. This changes everything

Now when another ML is added you have 5mg suspended in 2ml of solution. That means 1ml= 2.5mg, compared to it being 5mg above. Doing the same math, we find now that every 1/10th ml is equal to 250mcg, a much more manageable dose of GHRP.

And thats is! You now have your solution ready to be dosed out! Stick it in the fridge when not in use for good measures after you have constituted it

-T

Thanks,
Bbaked

5. thanks a lot mate, i'm waiting for my vials now so you helped me in advance ;p

6. Thanks TwisT for sharing this info for an old "dawg" (62 yrs. young) like me to learn some new tricks

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