when loadign the dropper with clen, is th black line supposed to be right above where you want it or do you measure it from the bottom of the plunger (the curved part)
The dropper or the oral syringe? Either way, these devices are designed 'to deliver' usually, which means just to the line. The waste is already calculated into the measure.Originally Posted by wantmoresize
its the oral syringe
im sure its to the line
If you hold it tip up, then bring the top of the black stopper ring to line up with the mark at which you want to take.
Great minds think alike, I was going to ask the same question, after I got my clen yesturday. So looking at the oral syringe, If I wanted 1/10th of a milileter. I would bring the black O ring in between the first and second line. And if I wanted 1/2 a ml I would bring the black Oring inbetween the .5 and the 6th line?
You got it bud! I was using a 1ml syringe for small doses, but I just started diluting my stuff at a 10 to 1 ratio and using the 3ml again. This dilution method reduces the chance of inaccurate doses by 10x so it really doesn't matter if I'm a little above or below the line.Originally Posted by Grant
How do I dilute it like such?
Easy... C1 V1=C2 V2Originally Posted by Grant
What is your concentration now and what do you want it to be, and what ml syringe are you using?
3ml syringe, right now it is 200mcg per ml, and it is 50mls. Id like something eaiser to dispense. Like 10 to 1 ratio, since you used that, but I have no clue what that means.
I just use the 10x dilution cause I'm a clen wussy. It don't take much for me, just about 20 micrograms, that it. So, if its at 200 now, put 1.0ml in a separate bottle, then add 9.0ml of BW or distilled water and there you have it. 10ml's @ 20mic's/ml. If you like 20, fill you 3ml syringe just the 1ml mark. If you use 40, fill it to the 2ml mark, etc. What do you think? Got any extra dropper bottles or vials or something to store your dilution in?Originally Posted by Grant
Don't they have 1ml oarl syringe so it would look like this .2=20mcg .4=mcg and so on??? and where can u pick one up at???
No, if the conc. is 200mics/ml, then .2=40mic, .4=80mic, etc... I get 1ml tuberculin syringes on line just about any place that sells points and syringes separate. You can put a reg needle on it, and it fits snug but has no luer-lok.Originally Posted by toastynoodles