Trestolone Acetate 50mg/ml

The basic recipe for one gram of Trestolone Acetate is as follows:
-1 gram Trestolone Acetate Powder
-16.55 mL Grape Seed Oil (GSO)
-0.6 mL Benzyl Alcohol
-2 mL Benzyl Benzoate
This will achieve a 20 mL solution that has a 50 mg/mL ratio. The 16.55 mL of GSO is calculated based on a 0.85 mL displacement of Trestolone when dissolved. This means that 1 gram of Trestolone Acetate will only take up about 0.85 mL of space. The BA/BB ratio is 3/10.
To make more than 1 gram Trestolone Acetateat a time, simply multiply the amounts by how much you want to do.For example, this guide will demonstrate making 3 grams Trestolone Acetate at one time. The following recipe is used:
-3 grams Trestolone Acetate Powder
-49.65 mL Grape Seed Oil
-1.8 mL Benzyl Alcohol
-6 mL Benzyl Benzoate
Then you will need following items:
-Trestolone Acetate Powder
-Grape Seed Oil
-Benzyl Alcohol
-Benzyl Benzoate
-Empty Vials, sealed and sterile (20mL recommended)
-Large (20mL+) luer lock syringe
-Regular (3mL) luer lock syringe
-A few large gauge luer lock needles (21-18ga recommended)
-Sterile .45u Whatman luer lock syringe filter
-Unsterile .45u Whatman luer lock syringe filter
-A couple small glass jars/beakers to hold your solution
-A large pot/container that can hold hot water and your smaller jar

 

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