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Robfromny
how does british dragon sell there powders for test or tren or var or dbol or whatever? can one obtain alot of powder and then make their juice from it?  

28 Feb 2006 09:43

CUTS
they sell alot of their product so why would they give you their powder for cheaper....? i highly doubt they would sell their stuff.  

28 Feb 2006 17:38
canibalistic_js
Too expensive for little gain in quality. Marginal costs does not equal marginal benefit. Unless your too good for vet gear :D  

28 Feb 2006 19:20
Robfromny
well i guess my dog is just as good as the next "pup" Wink. naw i aint to good for vet gear :)


no but i have a friend with an underground lab and he said all there products are british dragon, so i was just making sure he wasnt feeding me sum line. you never know if those UG labs are full of shit, like there shit is really full of dirt and shit and then very little juice, or if the manufacturing processes are sanitary and trust worthy  

28 Feb 2006 20:39
gymphreak
all these labs get their powders from the same sources as us homebrewers do.  

04 Apr 2006 00:40
jcvaughn26
[QUOTE=Robfromny]well i guess my dog is just as good as the next "pup" Wink. naw i aint to good for vet gear Smile


no but i have a friend with an underground lab and he said all there products are british dragon, so i was just making sure he wasnt feeding me sum line. you never know if those UG labs are full of shit, like there shit is really full of dirt and shit and then very little juice, or if the manufacturing processes are sanitary and trust worthy[/QUOTE]

Sounds like he is feeding you a line of crap IMO. There's very few people out there that have brand name powders, I've never heard of any. Most of them will say the sources name when reffering to a powder. Only other thing is USP grades they'll refer to the quality. (don't ask me on that USP grades confuses me) Bump what Gymphreak said.  

04 Apr 2006 00:57
gymphreak
USP is a grading of the purity of the hormone. the higher the USP, the purer the powder is Smile  

05 Apr 2006 21:57
jcvaughn26
[QUOTE=gymphreak]USP is a grading of the purity of the hormone. the higher the USP, the purer the powder is Smile[/QUOTE]

Not necissarily. that's what confused me. Up4Anything posted this when someone asked.....

[QUOTE=Up4Anything]No. Not simply anyway. There are entire seminars and lecture books devoted to USP. In a nutshell, the number identifies the standard to which the product is compared/tested/met. USP 28, 21, 24, 26 doesn't mean that one product is better than another. It simply means that it was tested against and meets that particular standard. Some items my be tested against the 24 standard, whereas others may be tested against the 28 standard. It doesn't necessarily mean one is better/more pure etc. than another.

The number... 22, 24, 28.. whatever... simply denotes the EDITION of the Book that the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) organization publishes. The 24 standard became effective in 2000 (I think - my memory isn't what it used to be), and the 28 Edition becomes effective this year (2005). So... say you are looking at a container with something in it and it is USP24. Then you are looking at a container of the same susbstance that is USP28. The two are not necessarily any different. The only difference b/w the 24 and 28 would be if the standard changed from one printing to the next. In all likelihood, the USP28 hasn't changed much from the 24 for 99% of the compounds out there. [/QUOTE]  

06 Apr 2006 00:33
Robfromny
good info fellas  

06 Apr 2006 05:34
Joe_Ice
[QUOTE=gymphreak]all these labs get their powders from the same sources as us homebrewers do.[/QUOTE]

yep..  

06 Apr 2006 05:39
MetalHead916
Is there such a thing as USP 27  

07 Jan 2010 10:04

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