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# Thread: how many ius is this? picture included..

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## how many ius is this? picture included..

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just copy and paste the url...

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Originally Posted by drake25
just copy and paste the url...
Originally Posted by drake25
It's on your C drive, not ours. We cant see it unless you post the actual pic or a url.

5. hahhaha.. go to tinypic.com

upload the image there and post that link here..

good luck "Jake"..

6. this one is 6 mL of volumn = 600 iu *the syringe, the liquid measurement is 4mL

1 mL (or cc) = 100 iu (international measure of unit)

hope that helps

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Originally Posted by spywizard
hahhaha.. go to tinypic.com

upload the image there and post that link here..

good luck "Jake"..
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will do, "spywizard"

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Originally Posted by spywizard
Is that pic he's trying to post?

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<a href="http://tinypic.com?ref=6qk7zk" target="_blank"><img src="http://i50.tinypic.com/6qk7zk.jpg" border="0" alt="Image and video hosting by TinyPic"></a>

11. this is an insulin syringe, it has 100 IU in it..

notice the markings..

it has a maximum capacity of 1mL also known as 1cc

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The IU's will depend on how much Bac water you use to reconstitute to compound, & the amount of Bac water used will depend on how much powder there is in the vial & the intended mg/iu dose.

13. hard to say.. what you are really asking is...

now many mg or product is this??

if it's GH.. typically that would be 10iu..

if it's a peptide, it's mg and it would depend on the peptide..

in the GH example .. you'd add 1mL or 100iu of BW with that and you'd get 1iu per 10mark on the insulin pin

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Originally Posted by The Bear 79
The IU's will depend on how much Bac water you use to reconstitute to compound, & the amount of Bac water used will depend on how much powder there is in the vial & the intended mg/iu dose.
how much of the bac water do i use, the whole bottle?

and i sent the pic of the powder.. can you not tell?

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Originally Posted by drake25
how much of the bac water do i use, the whole bottle?

and i sent the pic of the powder.. can you not tell?
lol, no, we cant see the details of the compound based on a pic. What is it? What is the intended dosage?

16. Originally Posted by drake25
how much of the bac water do i use, the whole bottle?

and i sent the pic of the powder.. can you not tell?
see post #13

17. Love the pics of those needles.
Makes me wanna pin.

18. Is this a joke?

Just give the stuff to someone who is smart enough to use it properly.

19. The number of i.u.'s in the bottle=the number of I.u.'s in the bottle. This isn't a smart ass remark, it's a fact. If it is GH for instance, my stuff can be had in 2,4,6,8 and 10 i.u. amounts. If you have 10 i.u.'s of powder in the bottle, then that's how many are in there. If you put a insulin syringe (pictured above) full (1 ml) of bac water into the 10 i.u. bottle of powder, filling the syringe to the "10" mark would be 1 i.u. of GH. If you put 2 syringes full of water (2 ml) into the 10 i.u. bottle, filling the syringe to the "20" mark would be 1 i.u. of GH... Get it?

20. Drake25. You really need to slow down. Do some more reading in the IGF section looking at the sticky notes and other examples so you can get an idea of what you have and how much Bac Water you are supposed to put in it.

You are also getting confused using the wrong terminology. Your original question was how many IU it is but powder is not and can not be measured ini IU, that is a liquid measurement. Powder is in Mg. You may have meant how many IU of Bac Water do I add to my powder and then again it all depends on how many Mg of powder you have and it's strength.