Easy is a relative thing. If we could make it cost effectively - that's the major question. These aren't capped products - we don't just pay a manufacturer to have caps filled with raw ingredients. The gel carriers are incredibly expensive to make and they take some time to perfect (and produce). Example on costs - just the federal excise tax on the ethyl alcohol in sustain alpha likely costs more than the capping/bottling fees at a contract manufacturer for many capped products. That's just the tax on one ingredient - not to mention the actual costs of the ingredients and the time invested in formulating each batch (considerable).Just read your log because of your bump and it looks interesting. So, is there still something coming out in the near future? Shouldn't this be easy to bring out as single ingredient, because it's already part of sustain alpha?
If I made it in another gel, the costs would likely be so close to sustain alpha anyway that most people would just end up buying sustain alpha - because the cost difference would likely only be like $5...so $44.99 for 7,8 benzo gel or $49.99 for sustain alpha.
If we could have made it work with salvo, we could have made it cost effectively enough to make it work...but, I think (IIRC) with all my experiments we weren't able to keep it stable long term at a concentration of > ~20mg/ml...not an effective dose.