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Things to prepare

We take Testosterone Cypionate powder 100 mg/mL for example.

Each mL of the 100 mg/mL solution contains:

Testosterone Cypionate powder……………………………………………………………………. 100 mg

Benzyl benzoate ……………………………………………………………………………… 0.1 mL

Cottonseed oil ………………………………………………………………………………… 736 mg

Benzyl alcohol (as preservative)………………………………………………………… 9.45 mg

Syringe (Any size)

Sterile Glass Vial (Any size)



Sterile Syringe filter 22um

Digital scales measuring to 0.01g

First–Weigh the Testosterone Cypionate into the glass beaker as shown above, add the Benzyl Alcohol and Benzyl Benzoate.

Second –The solvents will begin immediately dissolving the powder but in order to speed the process up it is possible to use a water bath.

Pace the vial into a few cm of water in a pan or something similar: it is important not to use water that is too hot because this will cause some products to oxidize-150f is a good temperature to use, alternatively boiled water from the kettle. The carrier oil should be the same temperature as the solution when it is added so if you warm the solution in a water bath you should also the same to the carrier oil.

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The objective at this point is simply to fully dissolved the powder into the solvents. There should be no “Hormone swirls” or any visible powder remaining in the solution and once this is achieved move on to the next step.

Then–Add the warmed Cottonseed oil to the solution

this case 736ml must be added. Mix thoroughly again, there should be no hormone swirls-once this occurs remove immediately from the water bath and move on to the filtering process.

Above: The steroid powder is fully dissolved in the solvents, the carrier oil is added and the product is ready to be filtered.

Next–Draw up the solutions into the syringe you will be filtering with

this can be a single large syringe or this can be repeated multiple times with a smaller syringe. Remove the 0.22um sterile syringe filter from it’s packing and fix the green needle to the smaller side and then apply to the syringe.

Wipe the top of the sterile vial with an Alcohol swab and insert the green needle in it, put the needle attached to the syringe filter into the vial as shown below:

Notes: The second needle equalizes the pressure as the solution enters the vial. Apply pressure to the syringe plunger to the filter the mixture. This is the most important part of this entire process as it is what sterilizes your product. All finished steroids from any steroid lab must go through this very process.

Occasionally one may find that the filter gets blocked or that the process slows drastically-it is acceptable to replace the filter with a new one if this occurs to save time. The time it takes to filter steroids depends on which steroid powder is being filtered and how much is being filtere, as well as the mg/ml of the product.

Finally-Once the product is filtered in the sterile vial the process is complete.Then you can start to use.

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Author of this article:

Dr. Monique Hong graduated from UK Imperial College London Faculty of Medicine 

Scientific Journal paper Author:

1.Tânia Martins Vieira
Institute of Biomedical Sciences, Department of  Anatomy, Federal University  of Alfenas, Alfenas, Brazil
2.José Roberto C. Meireles
Toxicological Genetics Laboratory, Department of Biological Sciences, Feira de Santana State University, Brazil
3.A. Morgentaler
Men’s Health Boston, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School
4.Ann S Clark
Department of Psychology, Dartmouth College, Hanover, USA

5.Elena M. Kouri

Biological Psychiatry Laboratory, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Research Center, McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School, USA

6.Howard R. Nankin M.D.

University of South Carolina School of Medicine, Department of Medicine
In no way does this doctor/scientist endorse or advocate the purchase, sale, or use of this product for any reason. Aasraw has no affiliation or relationship, implied or otherwise, with this physician. The purpose of citing this doctor is to acknowledge, acknowledge and commend the exhaustive research and development work done by the scientists working on this substance.


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