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2011/04/03 10:09:01 (permalink)
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Heating Up AAS - fact or fiction

Ive always heated up my meds by drawing up and then running the barrell under a HOT tap for a good few minutes. I let the water run as hot as it can and then obviously it thins the oil out which eliminates pip for me.
Im just wondering after reading lot of conflicting reviews on this whether it breaks down the compound or lowers the strength or potency in any way??
Ill take the pain if im effecting the gear if that makes sense??
I mean it does get pretty hot sometimes when i feel it through the syringe.
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    bowley
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    Re:Heating Up AAS - fact or fiction 2011/04/03 10:17:33 (permalink)
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    I use to warm the oil too but dont bother anymore as pip does not seem to affect me too badly,just a dullache sometimes.I have not heard it can affect the strength of the oil though i keep mine in a fridge so when i jab its still cold many people warm the oil and use heat mats on the area to inject and swear by it so i would think its fine these are experienced users who do it mate.
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    Re:Heating Up AAS - fact or fiction 2011/04/03 11:06:32 (permalink)
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    Never personally heated the oil.
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    Re:Heating Up AAS - fact or fiction 2011/04/03 12:00:02 (permalink)
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    I warm my oil up just as it makes the whole process easier.

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    Re:Heating Up AAS - fact or fiction 2011/04/03 12:02:41 (permalink)
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    aLOT OF PEOPLE SAY THAT THEY DO BUT AS I SAID I HAVE DONE BUT NOT ANYMORE AS I FOUND IT MADE NO DIFFERENCE TO ME.(sorry about cap locks lol again!!!)
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    Re:Heating Up AAS - fact or fiction 2011/04/03 12:35:57 (permalink)
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    Warming the oil won't do it any damage. Boiling it probably would!
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    Re:Heating Up AAS - fact or fiction 2011/04/03 12:37:29 (permalink)
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    whether it thins it or not does not tell me whether it weakens it....thinning it purely changes its viscosity??
    In respect too physically boiling it i couldnt tell you how hot the water runs out of our taps...
    Basically i just wanted too know if it has ANY effect on the strength of it
    I have been doing it too avoid PIP but as said WILL stop if its affecting the potency of it
    post edited by mcchriswood - 2011/04/03 12:39:00
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    Re:Heating Up AAS - fact or fiction 2011/04/03 12:39:29 (permalink)
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    No mate it wont change the strength at all you are ok to warm it up if you find it helps with pip.
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    Re:Heating Up AAS - fact or fiction 2011/04/03 12:52:17 (permalink)
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    thanks everyone thats what i wanted too hear. I cant change the temperature on the taps so ithas too get as hot as the taps do if that makes sense.
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    Re:Heating Up AAS - fact or fiction 2011/04/03 13:23:46 (permalink)
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    I dont think that heating up the oil is going to damage it.  I alway thought that the oil was heated in the process of making it in the first place anyway.
    post edited by Dajoco - 2011/04/03 13:25:15
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    Re:Heating Up AAS - fact or fiction 2011/04/03 13:46:48 (permalink)
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    I just hold the sryinge in my hand for 5mins or so before I inject.
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    Re:Heating Up AAS - fact or fiction 2011/04/03 14:17:09 (permalink)
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    Trapman; how does warming the oil make the whole process easier?
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    Re:Heating Up AAS - fact or fiction 2011/04/03 14:31:51 (permalink)
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    Because it thins it, thus injects smoother, easier.
     
    It dissipates quicker, thus causing less PIP and lumps.
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    Re:Heating Up AAS - fact or fiction 2011/04/03 15:02:34 (permalink)
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    Personaly i dont warm it anymore i use it straight from the fridge and get no pip or lumps,others say they get pip even if warmed and using heat pad etc.
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    Re:Heating Up AAS - fact or fiction 2011/04/03 15:41:36 (permalink)
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    I didn't but all this high dosed gear is viscous as fvck so it takes an age to draw 4ml.... i'll be heating it from now on as it'l hopefully make the process easier. ROHM deca is like drawing treacle...

    Wouldn't bother for the purpose of reducing pip though, if the pip is bad then bin the vial and run something else. If you have to fvck about before you can jab it then why even run it in the first place...
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    Re:Heating Up AAS - fact or fiction 2011/04/03 15:51:18 (permalink)
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    You have a point there Doink,drawing up the sust takes a while but the tren flies in so i might try warming the sust to see how much easier it makes it. 
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    Re:Heating Up AAS - fact or fiction 2011/04/03 16:40:11 (permalink)
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    Massive21

    Because it thins it, thus injects smoother, easier.

    It dissipates quicker, thus causing less PIP and lumps.

    Debatable.
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    Re:Heating Up AAS - fact or fiction 2011/04/03 16:45:55 (permalink)
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    ^^^^^i agrea mate highly debateable.
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    Re:Heating Up AAS - fact or fiction 2011/04/03 17:56:34 (permalink)
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    I get sustanon 250 on prescription for TRT and the information that comes with the Sust states
    Do not store above 25C and Do not refrigerate or freeze.

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    Re:Heating Up AAS - fact or fiction 2011/04/03 18:00:08 (permalink)
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    Realy, so i should just keep my gear in a bedroom yhen ye and not keep any of it in a fridge.
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