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    Question Why Is IGF-1 Shipped On Ice?

    I have read that it can be kept at room temperature with no problem. Is this true?

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    you can keep the powder at room temp no problem

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    I mean the finished product.

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    it begins to degrade once mixed.

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    I guess you just recieved your first batch igf-1

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    I've always got mine with out icepacks, had no problems

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    nice. I haven't received it yet, but I'm ****en excited.

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    So, once I mix it with the HCL, do I just store it?

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    no one?

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    For me it goes from the front door straight to my fridge.
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    In the "Basic IGF-1 Guide" it says that it does not matter what temperature you store at it. It will still be good for up to 1 year. Can anyone confirm this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tallyjuice
    In the "Basic IGF-1 Guide" it says that it does not matter what temperature you store at it. It will still be good for up to 1 year. Can anyone confirm this?
    Doesnt sound right to me. Once you receive your already reconstituted igf, store it in the fridge.

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    shit, I'm going to be traveling on a plane for a whole day. I was just gonna throw it in my back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tallyjuice
    shit, I'm going to be traveling on a plane for a whole day. I was just gonna throw it in my back.
    wouldnt worry about that. dont over analyize things

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    If you go to the IGF forum and search you will find a thread on a study done on temperatures and IGF. At room temp it is good for two years.

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    Well it really depends on the type of igf-1 you get.

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    is that true?

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