Hi Bill, what’s the simplest safe way to make a Finaplix preparation?
A) To each 100 pellets — nominally 2 g of trenbolone acetate — add 38 mL of Wesson oil in a sterile container such as a large vial and either stir overnight with a magnetic stir bar or employ a sonicator until the pellets have fully broken down. If there is much time and patience, simple occasional shaking or swirling can suffice. Moderate heat may be employed such as 45-50 C (113-122 F.) Don’t “cook.”
If the only means of maintaining a warmed temperature is use of an oven that has a warming setting such as 140 F, this is acceptable but there may be slight extra oxidation of the trenbolone acetate as a result, yielding a touch of brownness to the product. This doesn’t seem to hurt results.
It is helpful to vent the vial, for example by inserting an insulin syringe without its plunger into the septum. If this is not done, expansion of warmed air may blow the stopper out.
Allow to settle. Filter clear portion through an 0.45 micron filter. If desired, add benzyl alcohol as a last step, 0.8 mL per 2 g (nominal) of trenbolone acetate.
This results in a 50 mg/mL preparation, which ought to be satisfactory. Having higher mg/mL doesn’t mean greater performance, and with trenbolone acetate it seems to me that prevalence of post-injection coughing is considerably worse with higher mg/mL trenbolone acetate preparations than it is when this formulation is used.