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  1. Don't know what you know so impossible to say if you missed anything. That said, I've ran it a few times with no issue
  2. I loved it and it helped previoud injuries along with tb500. I used peptidesuk.com and not the .co site
  3. Well now I'm dying to know. Haha
  4. I always did sub q using a 1ml insulin pin. Always amazes me when people fork out mad money for gh and not know the very basics.
  5. Hahahahahahaha. This made me laugh. No offence Ivan but it's been done. Don't waste your time. Paul's one is all anyone needs to get going!
  6. The .co one is fake or "less legit" in my eyes. Although you draw up curious parallels to purepeptides there. Anyone know about this??
  7. That's fu**ing odd. Do purepeptides sell under both sites? And are the prices the same?
  8. That's odd as f**k. The exact same?? Can you post pics?
  9. So you'll be starving after ghrp6 so you'll need to eat 15 mins after. Needles......you'll need 1ml insulin needles for sub q shots. I don't live in Uk but I hand my used needles into a pharmacy in a needle bin i get from them. On work out days....I would take your shot straight after training. Then wait 15mins and eat. Think I covered everything you asked
  10. Good call. I love sticking to the basics.
  11. Didn't know med tech did peptides too.
  12. I thought you ordered from www.peptidesuk.com The .co site looks a bit ropey. Didn't even like loading properly on my phone or laptop here. Sounds like a dodgy site to be honest. The .co sounds and looks weird. Like tgey are trying to get customers only through typos in the address bar. Good luck getting your money back.....thats what id try and do!!
  13. Any bottle cap can be used man. Depends on tve company if they are going to colour code or not
  14. So what's your question??
  15. Personally I would stay away from any company that advertises the human use of products like Ukpeptides as they are damaging to the industry as a whole. It's obviously a way to win more customers but giving a complete guide on how to inject peptides follows by "for research use only" isn't fooling anybody. You only have to see what happened to the us market after foolish companies adopted the same methods: http://www.fda.gov/IC­ECI/CriminalInvestiga­tions/ucm451029.htm I think whoever runs Ukpeptides needs to think seriously about how they operate their company