Originally Posted by BillFuel
I spoke to a company [edited
] and they said that their cjc 1293 is Mod GRF 1-29
I have stickies specifically on this What CJC-1288 & 1293 are not
To reiterate the CJC means it has an extra lysine + the Drug. So CJC-1293 would have the extra lysine + the drug. In addition the 1293 peptide part does not have the 4 amino acid substitutions Mod GRF(1-29) has.
I have come to lack respect for the continual buyers of injectable bullshit. I have to struggle to keep those sorts of people off the board because I want to respect all the members here.
and the CJC 1295 no DAC is more like Hexarelin.
CJC-1295 is in the GHRH
category. While Hex is in the GHRP
category. No one who sells something you inject should make such a mistake.
I asked why they did not name them as they should be and they said that the names were not as important as the amino sequence and most people were more familiar with CJC so that is how they label it.
What happens is that 95% of these places ONLY care about how cheaply they can acquire material that they can put a label on. So the Chinese they buy from fulfill that requirement by providing something freeze-dried and then fraudulent paperwork. In this way 95% of the retailers can say with a semi-straight face that what is in that vial is xxxxxxx amino acid sequence w/ xxxx purity, etc. But the paperwork was phony from the start and it will be the next time as well.
Who is to blame? Well the Chinese could produce and purify to a high standard but it would cost more. 95% of retailers want to compete on cost so quality is never an option. Anytime you see peptides sold cheaply you can be sure the product is not quality.
The most interesting thing is people believe them.
It all just sounds like a bunch of BS to me and if they are just making up names for marketing, what other BS are they doing? It is just better to stear clear of the cjc sellers and buy from a quality source like the one offered on this forum.
I think the problem why this keeps coming up is: by the time people find this forum they have already purchased peptides from someplace else. They start reading all of the primers (hopefully) and then they are just trying to figure out if what they bought is usable.
You are probably right Bill and I try to be patient in explaining because those people are people that care about their health and are people I will always find the energy to help.
However there are others that don't fall in that category and it is a struggle to distinguish between the two. I want the former group to be members here but the latter group just exhaust me.