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    Environment for AAS

    I keep all my AAS in a enclosed box.
    This may seem like a silly as question but, will that effect my vials and pills ?
    Does it have to have a “breathable” space ?


    Thanks guys

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    Less air to breathe is better for all medications. Oxygen causes oxidation.

    But that being said it's nothing to worry about

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    Quote Originally Posted by m.hornbuckle View Post
    Less air to breathe is better for all medications. Oxygen causes oxidation.

    But that being said it's nothing to worry about
    Thanks for the reply my homie. That’s good to know.

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    All my gear and accessories are kept in a giant fishing tackle box with a deadbolt style lock attached to it. That stays in my closet where it's dark, dry and cool.

    Makes organization very simple. Gear on the top divided into pharma / UGL. Needles and alcohol wipes in the bottom compartment - syringes where all the fishing lures would go.

    I should probably wear a tinfoil hat
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    Quote Originally Posted by Windex View Post
    All my gear and accessories are kept in a giant fishing tackle box with a deadbolt style lock attached to it. That stays in my closet where it's dark, dry and cool.

    Makes organization very simple. Gear on the top divided into pharma / UGL. Needles and alcohol wipes in the bottom compartment - syringes where all the fishing lures would go.

    I should probably wear a tinfoil hat
    On.mu way to buy a tackle box...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Windex View Post
    All my gear and accessories are kept in a giant fishing tackle box with a deadbolt style lock attached to it. That stays in my closet where it's dark, dry and cool.

    Makes organization very simple. Gear on the top divided into pharma / UGL. Needles and alcohol wipes in the bottom compartment - syringes where all the fishing lures would go.

    I should probably wear a tinfoil hat
    Looks like I’m going shopping for a fishing box !

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    I just keep my gear in the cardboard box it came in. Everything's already sealed so as long as the storage is dry and clean, it's no big deal where it's stored.

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    Thank you guys for answers... thought I would of been ripped on hah

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    Diesel box that says "for successful living". Been keeping my gear in it for years
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