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Thrawn

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I realize that it is between 2 and 8% and most people wouldn't bother. Just curious if anyone else does hot filtration then recrystallization to remove insoluble and soluble contamination to have a pure as possible starting product.
 
jipped genes

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Never have bro, honestly never heard of anyone doing that.
 
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With the amount of quality gear that is available at low prices today, I don't see a need to brew anymore.
 
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I'm not sure if this is the same procedure but as far as I remember only one person did that and it was to take out the heavy metals.
 
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I'm not sure if this is the same procedure but as far as I remember only one person did that and it was to take out the heavy metals.
You're correct. It's my understanding that a recrystallized product was offered, at a higher price because of the significantly higher production cost, and the demand was tepid. One of those things that people liked to talk about and say it was important to them, but didn't really want to pay for it.
 
Thrawn

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I'm not sure if this is the same procedure but as far as I remember only one person did that and it was to take out the heavy metals.
It would be the same process. Although if I recall jankino?, the lab testing guy stated in his experience heavy metals are not an issue. This is really more for the kitchen guys. Extra labor 20 min, extra expense 5 dollars, total time <24hrs.

Hey @tommyguns2 glad to see you are still hanging out on the boards.
 
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It would be the same process. Although if I recall jankino?, the lab testing guy stated in his experience heavy metals are not an issue. This is really more for the kitchen guys. Extra labor 20 min, extra expense 5 dollars, total time <24hrs.

Hey @tommyguns2 glad to see you are still hanging out on the boards.
It's not really the heavy metals at this point. Just impurities in general. The raws from the biggest raw provider who is probably supplying 90+% of everything out there has like 60% pure tren a. 40% of that raw that's going into the vial isn't tren. You can account for the impurities to dose your tren correctly and it'll look fine on a jano test but as an example for every 100mg of tren you're getting 66mg of manufacturing biproduct.

There are very clean raws out there, but not everything, and even from the same supplier, purity varies wildly compound to compound.
 
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