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## making fina Q's

i tried to search how much fina to buy, and how many ml it will give me.

for example, if i buy 1o dose cartridge, how much will that make me, at say 100mg/ml.

how is Hoechst?

2. you need a 2g kit for 1 cart, that will give you 20mls at 100mg/ml
4g kit=2carts, 6g kit =3 carts, 8g kit=4=carts, 10g kit = 5carts

3. If you want 100mg/ml and you have 2000mg of hormone, you need 20ml (2000mg/100mg/ml is 20) total solution. You must use all of bottle 1 which is 5ml in a 2gF kit. You must use 5ml of bottle 1 solution for every 2000mg of hormone you have. 2000mg of hormone takes up 2ml so now you have 7ml. 20ml total needed - 7ml used means you need 13ml from bottle 2. Bottle 2 had 21 ml so 21ml minus 13ml means you take out 8ml
from bottle #2.

If you want 100mg/ml and you have 4000mg of hormone, you need 40ml (2000mg/100mg/ml is 40ml) total solution. You must use all of bottle 1 which is 10ml in a 4gF kit. 4000mg of hormone takes up 4ml so now you have 14ml in bottle #1. 40ml total needed minus 14ml means you need only 26ml from bottle number 2. In bottle number 2 was 41ml so you need to take out 15ml.

If you want 150mg/ml and you have 2000mg of hormone, you need 13.3ml (2000mg/150mg/ml is 13.3) total solution. You must use all of bottle 1 which is 5ml in a 2gF kit. You must use 5ml of bottle 1 solution for every 2000mg of hormone you have. 2000mg of hormone takes up 2ml so now you have 7ml. 13.3ml total needed minus 7ml used means you need 6.7ml from bottle 2.

If you want 200mg/ml and you have 2000mg of hormone, you need 10ml (2000mg/200mg/ml is 10) total solution. You must use all of bottle 1 which is 5ml in a 2gF kit. You must use 5ml of bottle 1 solution for every 2000mg of hormone you have. 2000mg of hormone takes up 2ml, so now you have 7ml. 10ml total needed minus 7ml used means you need 3ml of oil from bottle 2.

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Originally posted by popa
If you want 100mg/ml and you have 2000mg of hormone, you need 20ml (2000mg/100mg/ml is 20) total solution. You must use all of bottle 1 which is 5ml in a 2gF kit. You must use 5ml of bottle 1 solution for every 2000mg of hormone you have. 2000mg of hormone takes up 2ml so now you have 7ml. 20ml total needed - 7ml used means you need 13ml from bottle 2. Bottle 2 had 21 ml so 21ml minus 13ml means you take out 8ml
from bottle #2.

If you want 100mg/ml and you have 4000mg of hormone, you need 40ml (2000mg/100mg/ml is 40ml) total solution. You must use all of bottle 1 which is 10ml in a 4gF kit. 4000mg of hormone takes up 4ml so now you have 14ml in bottle #1. 40ml total needed minus 14ml means you need only 26ml from bottle number 2. In bottle number 2 was 41ml so you need to take out 15ml.

If you want 150mg/ml and you have 2000mg of hormone, you need 13.3ml (2000mg/150mg/ml is 13.3) total solution. You must use all of bottle 1 which is 5ml in a 2gF kit. You must use 5ml of bottle 1 solution for every 2000mg of hormone you have. 2000mg of hormone takes up 2ml so now you have 7ml. 13.3ml total needed minus 7ml used means you need 6.7ml from bottle 2.

If you want 200mg/ml and you have 2000mg of hormone, you need 10ml (2000mg/200mg/ml is 10) total solution. You must use all of bottle 1 which is 5ml in a 2gF kit. You must use 5ml of bottle 1 solution for every 2000mg of hormone you have. 2000mg of hormone takes up 2ml, so now you have 7ml. 10ml total needed minus 7ml used means you need 3ml of oil from bottle 2.

i can tell your new to this...lol

damn, now i know why people say it's way cheaper to make.

thanks for the info.

another Q's. would 75mg/ml or 100mg/ml be a "better" solution b/c it would be thinner than a 150mg/ml or 200mg/ml?

5. doesnt matter. higher concentration will cause more pain, but less volume to inject.

you can make it as high as 450mg/ml but it will hurt so damn bad

i can personally make painless 150mg/ml

it doesnt really matter though

most kits are set up that you just use all the ingredients they give you instead of having to measure out and end up with a predetermined concentration

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sorry for being a little slow, but when you buy the kits (conversion kits), you have to buy the pellets seperate, right, or do the 4g kits and so on come with everything.

7. Yes you have to buy the pellets seperate. The kit comes with the material such as vials, syringes, pins, filter, Magic sol., oil.

8. I got a question animals kit can it be used more than once or each time you make a batch do you need to buy another kit thanks.

9. well considering that you use the ingredients that are in it, and leave you with empty vials..yes