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    Exclamation Storing Stuff

    Hey bros Ive looked on the around the board and I havent seen this:

    Where do you store liquid... Clomid / liquidex / Nolva / Cytomel T3 / clen / Ketotifen / Etc...

    In the fridge or in a cool place or what!

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    i have a storage place in my bathroom that is for rent. send me all your stuff plus $10/month and ill be glad to store it for u.

    oh u mean the other storage. lol i jsut keep mine in my cabinet in the bathroom.

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    yeah a room temperature dark place is fine.

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    According to the manufacture info on powder clomid it should NOT be in the medicine cabinet in the bathroom. It is reported that moisture will degrade the clomid. How much I do not know but I read it about 1 month ago. But it said nothing about the liquid kind. Heck' I still kept mine there anyways..

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    yeah I put mine in the fridge till I asked just incase then I thought hell it comes in a package which isnt cold so I took it out... thanks for all the info bros

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    i keep my meds in the fridge with a bunch of those slica-gels - I think those things are for keeping moisture out, the best things for meds is cool, dry, and dark-but not frozen because then it's too cold and moisture will immediatly condense on it as soon as you take it out..

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