Put it in a pan then put an inch or so of water. Stick the vial in the pan before you put the heat on. Bring to a semi boil and shake the shit out of it-- then put it back in and repeat, stick a pin down through the stopper while executing this process. And I mean shake the hell out of it . Stick the vial in a warm place and in 24 hours or so , if it hasn't bonded together, then it's fully crashed! Happens quite often in the cold. Just had the same deal happen with some test c.. Good luck
I have a hard time with these terms. What do you mean by cloudy? Can you post a picture? Gear that is crashed due to cold or just that random way the odd vial will crash the'shards' are at the bottom of the vial. Cloudy makes it sounds like its murky throughout which sounds like it wasn't properly filtered which sounds like no Bueno. Also, exactly what is it?
That does not looked crashed to me. That looks cloudy just like you said. To me cloudy goes in the garbage. That is not something you can explain by chemistry. Crashed gear the shards are very clearly a chemistry occurrence. They look like tiny pieces of old fashioned rock candy or blown up images of snowflake shards.
That stuff honestly looks dirty and improperly filtered. There is no good reason for it to look like that.
H2O will make it cloudy, raws can pick up moisture or vials could be improperly dried after autoclaving. Its definitely not crashed as it would crystallize on the bottom like agent said but even unfiltered oil does not look like that. Theres something else in it and water would be my guess but ask your source and see what they say about it