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    Test Enth/Cyp blend vs single ester?

    One of my sources recently came out with their own test blend which consists of 200mg enth and 200mg cyp - 400mg total /mL.
    Would this work any better than just using 400mg of one or the other? Would it also cut down the pain compared to T400 because its 200mg of each?

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    all depends on how much ba is used. and i would stick to a single ester. but that is just me.

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    I loved my test blend!!!!!!!!

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    Given it's a blend they can use much less solvent to make the same concentration that they'd need with one ester. Doesn't mean they did though.

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    enth and cyp have almost the same release paterns (enth is 1 atom lighter than cyp) so what would be the difference if any?

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    Quote Originally Posted by big k.l.g
    enth and cyp have almost the same release paterns (enth is 1 atom lighter than cyp) so what would be the difference if any?
    It's enough of a difference that they don't work off of each other to crash (fall out of solution), they basically see each other as solvents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SV-1
    It's enough of a difference that they don't work off of each other to crash (fall out of solution), they basically see each other as solvents.
    As far as dosing and results and PCT and such goes though it's no difference to worry about. They're only combined like that because of what SV-1 said. It's much easier to get in to a higher concentration with less solvents, therefore less pain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by big k.l.g
    enth and cyp have almost the same release paterns (enth is 1 atom lighter than cyp) so what would be the difference if any?
    cyp ester is also shaped very differently. it is semi-cyclonic as well. It really is a propionate ester with a 5-carbon ring at the very end. cypionates true chemical name is really cyclopentylpropionate...you can see where the shortened version comes from

    enanthate however is a straight carbon chained ester


    this does make a difference in how things pack together

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy_Bathgate
    cyp ester is also shaped very differently. it is semi-cyclonic as well. It really is a propionate ester with a 5-carbon ring at the very end. cypionates true chemical name is really cyclopentylpropionate...you can see where the shortened version comes from

    enanthate however is a straight carbon chained ester


    this does make a difference in how things pack together
    Any other differences other than how they go in to solution and react to each other? As in any thing related to how it acts in our bodies? Thanks.

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