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#1 supacharged21

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Posted 08 December 2015 - 11:12 AM

So I'm going to put in 2 g trest into salvo. Will this fit into the bottle, or do I need to put it into another container? Also can the salvo be stored into a plastic syringe safely? It will be much easier to dose this way, but not a huge deal.

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#2 labelhunter

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Posted 08 December 2015 - 12:10 PM

2g will fit in the bottle. don't know about the syringe though.

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Posted 08 December 2015 - 02:03 PM

Thanks label. I emailed iron legion about the plastic last weekend, but no response. I just want to make sure it's safe. Do you know what the testogell bottles are made of?

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Posted 08 December 2015 - 06:15 PM

I read that people store Phlogel after adding their hormone in a plastic syringe for ease of dosing. Also read that it needs to be rotated periodically if it's not getting used. Phlogel is a competitor to salvo, FYI.

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Posted 13 December 2015 - 09:43 AM

2g will easily fit into a bottle. 

I honestly don't understand the syringe question. So are you like.. Wanting to pull your dosage for the day and take it somewhere so u can apply it at a later time that day? Is that what that means?

 


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Posted 13 December 2015 - 10:02 AM

2g will easily fit into a bottle.

I honestly don't understand the syringe question. So are you like.. Wanting to pull your dosage for the day and take it somewhere so u can apply it at a later time that day? Is that what that means?



Yes in a way. I was gonna pull off some for the week out of the main bottle and then have a better way to dose it vs a dropper.

Droppers seem to be less accurate than a syringe. So just checking to see if the salvo would react with plastic material of the syringe.

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Posted 27 January 2016 - 08:16 PM

sorry bud, I totally missed this and never saw an email on the topic.

 

to answer all:  there are instruction on the Iron Legion web site on how to add product to the carrier.  

 

here's the steps:

 

Directions for use:

1. Weigh out the required amount of your active ingredient.
2. Optional: Remove label.
3. Use a funnel to add your powdered active ingredient directly into your Salvo bottle. (Note: To prevent overflow, it is recommended to perform this step very slowly. If overflow seems inevitable, perform steps 4, 5, and 6 before adding any more of your powdered active ingredient.)
4. Shake well.
5. Place your Salvo bottle in a basin of hot (near boiling) water, and let sit for 15-20 minutes. The bottle should be submerged to the shoulder. The bottle-cap, if on, should not be in-contact with the water.
6. Remove from basin and allow to cool before use.

 

I will will pour 1/3 of the salvo bottle into a buffer container before adding the powder.  Then add that back to the salvo bottle until the level is equal to the level of the original salvo bottle (30ml).

 

there will likely be some leftover salvo.  If my memory serves, 2g of trest will likely occupy about 7-8ml of volume.

 

As for Plastic, I would not put Salvo in a plastic container for very long.  the solvents in Salvo may break down plastic over periods of time...this is why we use Glass bottles and glass droppers.  plastic ones would be cheaper...but, but would break down over time.


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Posted 27 January 2016 - 08:48 PM

sorry bud, I totally missed this and never saw an email on the topic.

 

to answer all:  there are instruction on the Iron Legion web site on how to add product to the carrier.  

 

here's the steps:

 

Directions for use:

1. Weigh out the required amount of your active ingredient.
2. Optional: Remove label.
3. Use a funnel to add your powdered active ingredient directly into your Salvo bottle. (Note: To prevent overflow, it is recommended to perform this step very slowly. If overflow seems inevitable, perform steps 4, 5, and 6 before adding any more of your powdered active ingredient.)
4. Shake well.
5. Place your Salvo bottle in a basin of hot (near boiling) water, and let sit for 15-20 minutes. The bottle should be submerged to the shoulder. The bottle-cap, if on, should not be in-contact with the water.
6. Remove from basin and allow to cool before use.

 

I will will pour 1/3 of the salvo bottle into a buffer container before adding the powder.  Then add that back to the salvo bottle until the level is equal to the level of the original salvo bottle (30ml).

 

there will likely be some leftover salvo.  If my memory serves, 2g of trest will likely occupy about 7-8ml of volume.

 

As for Plastic, I would not put Salvo in a plastic container for very long.  the solvents in Salvo may break down plastic over periods of time...this is why we use Glass bottles and glass droppers.  plastic ones would be cheaper...but, but would break down over time.

Thanks man 

 

I had an inclination that the plastic was not good. I questioned why it was in a glass vial to begin with. I havent mixed yet, but will keep this in mind for the future.






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