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    Subcutanous Injcetion (Yohimburn)

    I was wondering if anyone knos if Yohimburn is sterile enough for subcutanous injection. I know they sell synthol which is supposed to be applied topically but it is sterile enough to inject. I just wanted to know if this is the same case with the yohimburn. If soo does anyone know the amount of yohim you should use and for what duration.

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    Sorry bro, but you cannot inject yohimburn SubQ. It cannot be broken down after injected, probably only left to cause an infection. Just use it topically, should bring nice results from what I hear. Also, all synthol labels tell to apply on the skin but I really don't think that would even bring results... its more of a tactic to keep it legalized I believe. I could be wrong but I heard this once before.... I've only tried injecting it.

    But about the yohimburn, stick to topical applications.

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    Oh, and synthol is really only a sterile BA oil where as Yohimburn is a creme compound which has many agents that could lead to a nasty infection.

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    I wouldn't recommend this at all.

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    Good way to get to ride in an ambulance.

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