if IGF doesn't need to be refrigerated....

  1. if IGF doesn't need to be refrigerated....


    then why do they ship it in ice packs?

    i'm guessin the acetic acid stabilizes it?! that seems kind of counter intuitive....


  2. Quote Originally Posted by neverstop
    then why do they ship it in ice packs?

    i'm guessin the acetic acid stabilizes it?! that seems kind of counter intuitive....

    AA will stabilize it for about a year at room temp. So dont worry about it, dont leave it in the oven.

  3. I had 1 sitting at room temp 4 like 5 months......believe me it did not loose any potency
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by neverstop
    then why do they ship it in ice packs?

    i'm guessin the acetic acid stabilizes it?! that seems kind of counter intuitive....
    Its like putting on a condom to slam your virgin girlfriend. Your cack SHOULDN'T turn black and fall off.... But you never know.

    Adams
    The Historic PES Legend

  5. Quote Originally Posted by DAdams91982
    Its like putting on a condom to slam your virgin girlfriend. Your cack SHOULDN'T turn black and fall off.... But you never know.

    Adams
    hahahahah....funnt as$ $hiT>>>

  6. Quote Originally Posted by DAdams91982
    Its like putting on a condom to slam your virgin girlfriend. Your **** SHOULDN'T turn black and fall off.... But you never know.

    Adams
    Very interesting analogy.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by neverstop
    then why do they ship it in ice packs?

    i'm guessin the acetic acid stabilizes it?! that seems kind of counter intuitive....
    It is less sensitive to shocks and vibration when cold...

  8. Quote Originally Posted by Grunt76
    It is less sensitive to shocks and vibration when cold...
    You know I searched for info on this topic in regards tp PEGmgf but surprisingly came up with none!

    I had assumed that it should be treated like IGF-1lr3 but when I looked to verify that.....nothing!

    whats the deal? Do we even know yet?

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Goat
    You know I searched for info on this topic in regards tp PEGmgf but surprisingly came up with none!

    I had assumed that it should be treated like IGF-1lr3 but when I looked to verify that.....nothing!

    whats the deal? Do we even know yet?
    There is no official research on that, as it is not a widely used product. But educated guesses point in the same direction you do... Generally the same as IGF-1 but no acid environment.
  

  
 

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