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    Follow up Dosage question/Peptides

    So a friend is asking for what BAC water to add for this Peptide to determine dosage (experimental purposes), first time ever using peptides.

    (A medical friend gave contradicting advice/just want to get the dosage right. They are saying 9mg=9,000 mcg which would need 4.5 ml of water per vial)

    Any input much appreciated
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfpack21 View Post
    So a friend is asking for what BAC water to add for this Peptide to determine dosage (experimental purposes), first time ever using peptides.

    (A medical friend gave contradicting advice/just want to get the dosage right. They are saying 9mg=9,000 mcg which would need 4.5 ml of water per vial)

    Any input much appreciated
    Your friend can typically choose whatever ratio they want. More water is not always better. Though the medical friend has a good idea, their math is based on 9mg, but it is easier if it is based on 3mg. If it were 9mg of a single peptide, then their thinking is sound. But, this is a 3 3 3 blend. Pick one of the peptides and base reconstitution and dose on it.

    3 ml would actually probably be ideal if your friend is math challenged. But, if those are the same PS vials I have seen, they won't get 3 in there. 1.5 ml would be workable and keep the math relatively straightforward.

    All that said, individual reactions can vary. A higher water content dilutes the mixture and minimizes the chance for stinging or other reaction.

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