EndoAmp consistency

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    EndoAmp consistency


    I had a couple bottles of EndoAmp in the closet for awhile. I just recently started taking my Toco-8 and EndoAmp but I noticed the EndoAmp has a moist, almost cookie dough type texture to it. It hasn't reached the listed expiry date but I was just wondering if this is normal?...I can't remember how my first bottle was.

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    It absorbs moisture and gets kinda sticky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    It absorbs moisture and gets kinda sticky.
    Thanks!
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    I had the same thing happen to my endo. I put it in a big twist lid tupperware container and it started happening. Now I just keep it in its original bottle and it keeps it a sandy like powder.
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