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    Smallnaturalbuilder is offline Associate Member
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    Veterinary drugs....are they dangerous???

    I'm about to start a Test. Enanthate /Equipoise cycle but I'm worried because the test I'm getting is for animal use and as you all know EQ is a veterinary drug also. I want to know if my health is at risk by taking a steroid intended for animals. I assume that the procedures of sterilization are much less rigorous for animals than for humans. Am I wrong?? Please, enlight me!!!

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    havent seen any problems yet with vet stuff.....my gear is all cheap QV (QUALTIY Vet)

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    Test is test in that regard, and it should be fine, not as many restrictions on labs for animals than that for human consumption. Compounds for horses or cattle are usually top notch.

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    I get good gains from vet gear, but sometimes I bark or moo. I peed on a fire hydrant the other day. Not sure what that was all about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mesomorphyl
    Test is test in that regard, and it should be fine, not as many restrictions on labs for animals than that for human consumption. Compounds for horses or cattle are usually top notch.
    Agreed,human grade is great to have...But Ive run vet gear for years and never had an issue with infections, or it being dirty...Dont sweat it...

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    The major difference between human grade and veternary grade products is storage at the manufacturing facility. Vet grade products are stored in aluminum vats, which is the least healthiest of the current methods used. So it is not a human grade standard practice. I wouldn't worry about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lozgod
    The major difference between human grade and veternary grade products is storage at the manufacturing facility. Vet grade products are stored in aluminum vats, which is the least healthiest of the current methods used. So it is not a human grade standard practice. I wouldn't worry about it.
    loz,what happened to RS that avatar was sweet... I'd much rather stare at him then some fine ass ladies ..LOL

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    Thanks for the comments guys, I appreciate them a lot!!

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