Newer DCP Tablets Have a Lighter Color?

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    Newer DCP Tablets Have a Lighter Color?


    Got a batch of DCP and noticed the tablets look a LOT lighter. More of a tan than a rich brown color. I'm guessing this is normal? Attached a pic to both better show the color difference and also brag about my latest Genomyx order :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by zb126 View Post
    Got a batch of DCP and noticed the tablets look a LOT lighter. More of a tan than a rich brown color. I'm guessing this is normal? Attached a pic to both better show the color difference and also brag about my latest Genomyx order :P
    Yes, normal. Watch for the new black DCP bottles as well (original formula) - they are sick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosie Chee Scott View Post
    Yes, normal. Watch for the new black DCP bottles as well (original formula) - they are sick

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    Awesome! I've been stocking up since its such an amazing product
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    Quote Originally Posted by zb126 View Post
    Got a batch of DCP and noticed the tablets look a LOT lighter. More of a tan than a rich brown color. I'm guessing this is normal? Attached a pic to both better show the color difference and also brag about my latest Genomyx order :P
    I'mma go out on a limb and blame it on the hygrophobic nature of one of the ingredients. Once you open that new bottle those pills will start to change colors as well as moisture gets in em. I want to blame it on the PLCAR, that's some sticky sh*t to work with in bulk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zb126 View Post
    Awesome! I've been stocking up since its such an amazing product
    Yeah - better do it while the original formulation is available!

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