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    Ratio of water to peptide






    I had a question about the amount you should inject. The more concentrated the more that is wasted in a needle after injection. The more diluted the more that little medicine is wasted. The larger the syringe the more medicine is left in it after injection. So you loosing some medicine in needle. Another person said the bw : peptide should be 1:2 because peptides are more stable in concentrated doses.

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    no one?

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    Depends on how much peptide you're reconstituting and what your desired dose will be.


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    You're over thinking it man. Just mix it with water and go. The amount lost will be so minuscule it won't even matter.
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