today i got a bottle for free 50ml deca 200 qv expired 2008 should i keep it out the door hey its free
Nope just open it clear
I got pictures but cant load it on here
Never used just took off the top. don't got in front of am at work it expired 08
Ok never seen 50 mil bottle big is qv good brand?
there you i took pics before i left to work
if it was stored out of light and in a cool place, there probably no way to tell. It is was me I would vent the top and bake it to be safe transfer it with a whatman into a sterile vial.
have u used the same lab before bro? if it were me id test it out when ur ready to cycle next, and make sure u have extra gear u know is good just in case that shit is weak
maybe even filter it if u never heard of the ugl
i know a chinese source with 50ml's of thoes
baking please tell me or is a joke lol still at work
Heat sterilization is the simpliest way to sterilize injectable AAS. The typical way to do so is to place the AAS vial in the oven for 30 min at 250 degree F. Leave a needle sticking through the rubber stopper to equilize pressure inside the vial, or it may break. This should kill most bacteria, and can be regarded as a viable harm reduction strategy.
Others choose to use the top of the stove to heat sterilize. You submerge the AAS vials in a pot of boiling water 212 degrees F. Keep the vial kept in the water for approximately 20-30 minutes. Though this will kill many forms of bacteria and microorganisms it is not considered the best method of doing so. A higher temp should be used. Also if the vial sits on the bottom of the pot it will be in direct contact with the heat source which will make it hard to control the temp in the vial.
Note that tren breaks down at fairly lower temps. It begins to degrade even at 212 degrees F. Tren should be heat sterilized under different conditions . Typically baking the vial in an oven for two hours at 175 degrees F. Again an unattached needle should be placed in the rubber stopper.
Another way to sterilize is to use a syringe filtration. .22 micron filters allow for the removal of all most all forms of bacteria. If you want me to go into detail of how to do this let me know and I will post it up.
Keep in mind these methods are not without flaw. For example you have to be careful not to contaminate your own gear while doing filtering your AAS. Also many forms of bacteria are small and hardy enough to survive these techniques. The safety methods I stated are highly effective, but not necessarily complete. To be safe it is best to use legitamite pharmaceutical products.
Yea good info their were can i find this filter ?
damn 50 ml? how much did that cost originally?
Lol I would do what TGB1987 said first before using it .
if you are worried about it not being sterile still, u could just refilter it with a .2 filter into a sterile vial..then you would be good to go for sure..it could be a little less potent, but shoot since u just have it laying around, might as well use it. since you say its brand new you probably dont even need to re-filter it, just an option for ya though
hey tgb1987 the numbers in the back says lot number qvd2005 the date it was made 03 2006