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So I'm cruising and I had a bright Idea to combine 3ml test 300, 2ml mast 200, and 2ml of lgd 30 into one vial. I drew the test and mast into a 5ml syringe and injected it into the bttl of lgd. The plan was .4ml every 5 days to cruise and use up the leftovers I had. First shot was fine, just went to do the second and the vial was a little cloudy and gelatin looking. I warmed it and shook it up and it looked ok so I shot another .4

Could this just be because there were different carrier oils and they were different colors so they changed the color when combined obviously but the oils got gel like from not mixing well together. I don't think there's anything to worry about because they were never exposed or contaminated, just drawn from one vial and injected into another, any ideas? Should I junk it and just use my plain test or wait and see what happens, I just did a shot a few min ago and everything feels like it always does
 
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Probably should have asked that question before the injection.
 

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I don’t have any experience mixing oils, but I’d imagine it’s something with different types of oils and solvents combining. It does seem odd, but if it’s sterile and not causing issues, I wouldn’t think there’s anything to worry about.
 
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Probably should have asked that question before the injection.
I'm not super worried about it because I know everything is sterile. Do you have anything useful to share?

The real question here guys is has anyone combined different carrier oils into one vial.

We mix them all the time when we draw different compounds into one syringe and that practice is perfectly fine. But has anyone ever let the mix sit long enough to see if changes in the consistency occur
 
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I don’t have any experience mixing oils, but I’d imagine it’s something with different types of oils and solvents combining. It does seem odd, but if it’s sterile and not causing issues, I wouldn’t think there’s anything to worry about.
That's my thinking, nothing was ever exposed outside the vials. It's sterile. They just don't mix well. Nothing unusual to report. Sunday if there's no issues and no1 has any reason why it would be a big deal I will repeat the process and inject again. If anything happens before then il scrap it and go back to plain test
 
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Not to mention once it's warmed and shook up it should be evenly dispersed
 
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I'm just doing this for the next 4 weeks till my leftovers run out then just 120mg test every 5 days till I do a "blast" and my blasts aren't much. Like 500 test 500 eq
 
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Far from an expert here, but it seems your logic is pretty sound. It was all sterile and it seems like you followed procedure to keep it sterile and you're taking relatively small doses.

The only concern I'd have is if the carriers are actually having a chemical interaction and causing some kind of precipitate to come out of the solution - but I would think it wouldn't go back into solution with heat and shaking if that were the case - because a precipitate is an actual chemical reaction where molecules recombine to form a new substance. Since it goes back into the solution with just heat and shaking, I think this eliminates that from being very likely.
 
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Far from an expert here, but it seems your logic is pretty sound. It was all sterile and it seems like you followed procedure to keep it sterile and you're taking relatively small doses.

The only concern I'd have is if the carriers are actually having a chemical interaction and causing some kind of precipitate to come out of the solution - but I would think it wouldn't go back into solution with heat and shaking if that were the case - because a precipitate is an actual chemical reaction where molecules recombine to form a new substance. Since it goes back into the solution with just heat and shaking, I think this eliminates that from being very likely.
Thank you for your response, my thinking is the same. If anyone has a reason it could be harmful I'd like to hear. So far no problems
 
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Far from an expert here, but it seems your logic is pretty sound. It was all sterile and it seems like you followed procedure to keep it sterile and you're taking relatively small doses.

The only concern I'd have is if the carriers are actually having a chemical interaction and causing some kind of precipitate to come out of the solution - but I would think it wouldn't go back into solution with heat and shaking if that were the case - because a precipitate is an actual chemical reaction where molecules recombine to form a new substance. Since it goes back into the solution with just heat and shaking, I think this eliminates that from being very likely.
Just for the hell of it I just put it in hot water for 2 min, gave a light shake and it all becomes 1 regular looking solution like nothing is wrong. I think it's gtg
 
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So this is really strange, I put the vial back in the hot water after I had shaken it last night to go grab a alcohol pad cus I wipe down my bttls and store them in Ziploc bags. But forgot about it for a hour. Cleaned it and put it away. I opened the drawer this morning, no gel look. Looks completely normal. I wonder if sitting for a long time in got water did something but I'm 100% stumped now. It was gel like for a few days and all the sudden it's normal lol
 

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I’ve drawn different oils into syringes for say a week or two worth of pins and never had any issues with the oils. Never had them gel like that but I would warm them in the barrel just to ensure they were as thin as possible before using. I wouldn’t worry too much
 
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I’ve drawn different oils into syringes for say a week or two worth of pins and never had any issues with the oils. Never had them gel like that but I would warm them in the barrel just to ensure they were as thin as possible before using. I wouldn’t worry too much
Somehow it went completely back into solution and stayed that way. Not sure what happened and not worried about it. Did my 3rd pin today zero pip zero problems
 
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What carrier oil is your lgd in?
 
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I combined ace and enth once same problem no issues
 
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I believe you are good to go!
 
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Quick noob question for anyone to answer. Does repeated warming of any oil based injectable have any effect on the hygiene or efficacy. Might be obvious or not but I've never heard it mentioned
 
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Quick noob question for anyone to answer. Does repeated warming of any oil based injectable have any effect on the hygiene or efficacy. Might be obvious or not but I've never heard it mentioned
Nope, it's sterile inside the vial, that won't change. I mean don't boil the stuff but you can put it in hot tap water before every use. I do suggest you wipe the vial with a alcohol pad and store in a Ziploc or Tupperware, that will help stay cleaner in storage vs sitting in a drawer
 
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Nothing useful to add, but this was funny
It's all sorted out. I swear tho, guys see a title, breeze through half the info provided and respond with stuff you would not have said if you actually took a min to read. No1 these days can concentrate for more then 3 sentences. I'm guilty myself sometimes.
 
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It's all sorted out. I swear tho, guys see a title, breeze through half the info provided and respond with stuff you would not have said if you actually took a min to read. No1 these days can concentrate for more then 3 sentences. I'm guilty myself sometimes.
Yeah, I’ve done it too.
 
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It's all sorted out. I swear tho, guys see a title, breeze through half the info provided and respond with stuff...
What I thought you said :)
 

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I'm not super worried about it because I know everything is sterile. Do you have anything useful to share?

The real question here guys is has anyone combined different carrier oils into one vial.

We mix them all the time when we draw different compounds into one syringe and that practice is perfectly fine. But has anyone ever let the mix sit long enough to see if changes in the consistency occur
All the time brother. All is well.
 

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