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Peptides question

Alextonn

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Today I started mixing my CJC 1295 peptides with bacteriostatic water.

I gently pushed the water in the side of the bottle because I heard you shouldn't just push it all in fast so you don't damage the peptide. I gently styred the bottle - no shake ...yet I can see residue in the bottle..the dust did not mix well...why ? what did I do wrong ..and is the peptide damaged ? Also I have see people mixing it with just squirting the water jet in and using it like that..I am confused...
 

stevesmi

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there is no way to know if you damaged the peptide. but if you did it isn't the end of the world just try again
 

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DylanGemelli

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it sounds like you did it the right way so im not exactly sure what happened there... it could be a bad peptide or bad water as well but you should never just rush the water in either...
 

Alextonn

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I did it again - it worked just fine. Clear as sky. The only difference is the water. First time I used bacteriostatic water from the fridge...not a good ideea it seems. That was the problem. Used the 2nd one at room temperature - all good.
 

Alextonn

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strange, was the powder clumped before?
they were all the same...difference was the water. Same water but I did not know you shouldn't use it from the fridge...it must be room temperature...after you mix the peptide you store it in the fridge...live and learn :))
 
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