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    When using a hotplate/stirrer is it better to add all solvents and oil and bring to a temp of melting point of the hormone your using and then add it and let mix? I seen many threads where people use a set temp for pretty much any hormone they are making...

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    You dont want to hit the melting point, just let the solvents act a little faster. 180f seems fine to me and is muchh faster than letting it dissolve at room temp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digitalash View Post
    You dont want to hit the melting point, just let the solvents act a little faster. 180f seems fine to me and is muchh faster than letting it dissolve at room temp
    Correct do not go to melting point. It only speeds up the process but may damage some hormones.

    Add BB and BA.
    Add all hormone.
    Then slowly add oil in till all hormones "melt".

    Then add enough oil to the beaker in till you get desired quantity.


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