If it's stored in a car can it lose it's potency and possibly convert to another hormone??
I'm talking hot car North Carolina heat
i think it would be more of an issue of time than heat. I have read everywhere that it loses potency after a year.
This is from Tunedsports;
It’s also been stipulated that Epistane and Havoc both have a very short shelf life, it’s been said that Epi-Havoc will begin to loose it’s potency after six months of storage, therefore users buying in advance should plan accordingly, storing in a vacuum sealed apparatus may also extend shelf life.
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That's good to know. With that in mind I may not be so scared to stock up a tad.Originally Posted by Jonbero
You know, i used some havoc a few months back and didnt get anything from it at the usual dose and had to go to like 80mg to feel it. And im on epistane now and feel good on only 40mg. Maybe theres something to the short shelf life?
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I bought several bottles of the most recent IBE epistane run a few months back (the white bottle white cap version) and I put them in the freezer straight-away....not sure how much that helps, but It should help keep them fresh in theory ......
I keep all my PH's in the fridge... not sure it does anything but I like to think so.
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My understanding is that it can be bad to keep any capsulated or granular products in a fridge or freezer due to the potential for humidity buildup. This just seems to be a general consensus from what I have read although I don't have any experience with this type of storage myself. All my stuff is in a cool dry cabinet.
You could be right. I have some bags of food and other things that I have put into a freezer and later when I looked back it had additional ice and frost than was there originally. Like I said, it was just what I had read here and on EF in previous discussions. Like most things, if it works for you do it.Originally Posted by WARBIRDWS6