Storing IGF without a solvent

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    Storing IGF without a solvent


    The stickies at the top recommend that we use Benzyl Alcohol (or acetic acid) as a solvent to keep the IGF-1 potent for long periods of time. But if I only need to store it for about a month, is that even necessary? Could I just keep it in powder form and then at the time of injection dissolve it in water?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportsdude206 View Post
    The stickies at the top recommend that we use Benzyl Alcohol (or acetic acid) as a solvent to keep the IGF-1 potent for long periods of time. But if I only need to store it for about a month, is that even necessary? Could I just keep it in powder form and then at the time of injection dissolve it in water?
    I would keep in in powder form until you are ready to inject it
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    All right, but can I just use distilled water (as opposed to bacteriostatic water)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sportsdude206 View Post
    All right, but can I just use distilled water (as opposed to bacteriostatic water)?
    Absolutely not. Get sodium chloride BAC or Benzyl Alc BAC.

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