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    supps from the chemical company


    Ok, so say my rat could somehow get a hold of tadalafil, or sildenafil, or even icarrin that have a 97-98% purity rating from a chemical company that distributes the compounds for reference standards, would these be safe for human consumption?

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    It depends on whether or not you have a pre-existing condition
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69
    It depends on whether or not you have a pre-existing condition
    Well put as always...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    It depends on whether or not you have a pre-existing condition
    what do you mean, did i miss something lol?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigbb123

    what do you mean, did i miss something lol?
    He's saying that all pharmaceuticals can be dangerous to take with a preexisting condition, and that if you're clear on that front, and if these chemicals are as pure as you say and you can easily know what you are ingesting, they would be safe to take.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinggrommet View Post
    He's saying that all pharmaceuticals can be dangerous to take with a preexisting condition, and that if you're clear on that front, and if these chemicals are as pure as you say and you can easily know what you are ingesting, they would be safe to take.
    At normal safe dosages that is...considering the high grade of purity of the extracts...overdosing might not be a good idea. Getting proper measuring tools beforehand might be a perfect idea...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Celorza

    At normal safe dosages that is...considering the high grade of purity of the extracts...overdosing might not be a good idea. Getting proper measuring tools beforehand might be a perfect idea...
    True that brother. Without an analytical balance set up on a marble slab, in a room with no air flow, you would not be able to accurately weight out milligrams. I wouldn't even trust pixie dusting in this case. Liquid solutions would be the way to go.
  

  
 

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