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    bonanza93x is offline New Member
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    how do i tell if my arimidex is legit before i start my cycle?

    about to start a test cycle of test cyp 500mg/week of 16 weeks..


    I got a couple bottles of arimidex caps from a company I have not tried before..

    people are saying they are g2g but I can't know 4sure till I get bloods on them obviously


    how can I tell if they are real before I start my cycle?

    I don't wanna start the cycle, find out they are fake, and then get gyno..

    is there a way to test them before I start the cycle?

    any insight would be dope thanks

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    I know of no affordable way to check this.
    AR-R products are always gtg.

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    The only way to know for sure is to test the melting point. Pure adex has a melting point of 130C

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    Or you could buy pharma. Adex is cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clarky. View Post
    Or you could buy pharma. Adex is cheap.

    hah no its not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonanza93x View Post
    hah no its not.
    It is here hah. lol

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    is this real?? not sure how it could be since Arr sells it already liquid.... plus all the fillers, etc in pills would though that off. This has to be a joke that I fell for....?

    the melting point comment.

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    The best way to tell is to take it and get before and after bloodwork done. But like someone mentioned above, this isn't considered an affordable method. Adex is rarely faked, and when it is it is substituted for watered down Letro from my experience. Which would still work to at least some extent.

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    Dude I'd just taste it armidex has a strong distinctive drug taste, you'd no if you got sugar pills

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    Quote Originally Posted by against_grain View Post
    is this real?? not sure how it could be since Arr sells it already liquid.... plus all the fillers, etc in pills would though that off. This has to be a joke that I fell for....?

    the melting point comment.
    There is more than one possible technique to identify unknown compounds and figuring out the melting point (MP) of a compound is way. For example using a hot stage apparatus, one can actually watch the sample start melting and end melting which will give a range of melting points that may be close enough to make an identification. After determining the MP range of the unknown compound, you can make an educated guess based on what you have observed and then use a technique called mix melting to become even more certain. I won't get into mix melting on this post. Like you stated earlier, there are many compounds with small differences in MP due to fillers.

    Now there are materials which seem to melt over a broad range of temperatures. While others have a "sharp" MP. This term reffers to a material which goes from solid to liquid within a very short temperature range. A broad melting point is often an indication of an impure material (contaminated, not 100% pure).

    This is only one way to identify an unknown compound, hope that helped!

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    Quote Originally Posted by altered genetics View Post
    Dude I'd just taste it armidex has a strong distinctive drug taste, you'd no if you got sugar pills
    I have personally confirmed two different legit, and reasonably potent, Adex sources who sale Adex that tastes entirely different. Both were terrible tasting but tasted nothing alike.

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