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How to Know the Concentration of Peptides / HCG / Sermorelin / Ipamorelin / BPC157 / TB500 / PT141

How to Know the Concentration of Peptides / HCG / Sermorelin / Ipamorelin / BPC157 / TB500 / PT141. Knowing the concentration of reconstituted peptide and HCG is extremely important. But it can be confusing knowing the concentration of your vial after adding water to it. How much water you add when reconstituting peptides and hcg completed changes the concentration. In this video I show you a very easy formula that will allow you know the concentration of any reconstituted peptide depending on how much bacteriostatic water you add to your peptide vial.

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awesome so today we’re going to talk
about how to dose peptides and hcg
and for the youtube moderators when i
talk when i’m saying the word dosing
i’m not telling you how much to take i’m
not telling you to take anything
i am not a doctor i’m just some idiot on
youtube who has a camera and an internet
connection
when i’m talking about dosing i’m
talking about reconstituting peptides
and hcg
so that you know exactly what the
concentration is so you take the right
amount that your doctor prescribed you
with that being said we’re going to do a
medical disclaimer be right back
it’s all about humanity
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so i see this question a lot it’s mainly
more about
peptides than it is hcg hcg is a little
easier to understand
and i think the reason is that peptides
uh
either like bpc or summarily anything
like that
they come in bottles that have
milligrams and then you look at some of
the dosing and it’s
it’s since mcg what the heck is mcg did
i did i buy the wrong bottle
mine says mg on it so the first thing we
have to understand
is that in the rest of the world already
knows this if you’re watching this in
like europe or any other country
you already know what i’m talking about
but here in the united states we like to
be different
so we use completely different
measurement systems but
in 99 of the world one milligram
equals one thousand not five one
thousand
micrograms so the part part is
figuring out you know how much water do
i put in
so that i know if i draw this amount i’m
getting this amount of micrograms
and it’s really not that hard but you
know if you’re new to this
you’re just looking like milligrams
micrograms how much water do i put in
how much do i
it gets confusing but once you see how
we do this
super easy you’ll remember it for the
rest of your life the amount of water
that you add to
your lytholyzed vial which means
freeze-dried peptides the little white
powder at the bottom
the amount of water that you add changes
that whole value it changes the
concentration of your peptide
so if you have one milliliter or two
milliliters
completely different completely changes
the dosing
so just remember that and we’ll go
through it and
you know the less water you put in means
you have to inject less
and use less bacteriostatic water the
more you add
obviously it’s a little easier to dose
you can be a little bit more accurate
but you have to inject more water and
you have to buy more bacteriostatic
water
so just remember that as well there’s no
right way or wrong way
but as long as you know the formula and
you know exactly how your stuff is dosed
you’re good to go so we’re going to do a
really basic one
so let’s say you got a peptide and
there’s one milligram in it
right just one milligram we’re gonna do
this one for simple math
and we add one ml of water so
1 ml of water 1 milligram so each
0.1 0.1 ml that you draw into a syringe
is going to have 100 micrograms
so if you draw .05 ml
or half a cc you’ve got 500 micrograms
worth of peptide
in that syringe it’s pretty much just
math i’ll probably put it on the screen
for a couple of the examples so that
i can look down at my phone and read
them and not stump bumble around like an
idiot online
but it’ll make sense if it doesn’t
already it’s going to make sense i
promise
so we’re going to ramp up the numbers a
little bit so you’ve got a vial with 5
milligrams of peptides and we’re going
with 5
ml of water how many micrograms are in
each
0.1 ml the exact same 100 micrograms
because before in our first example you
had 1 milligram and 1 ml
now you’ve got 5 milligrams and 5 mls so
the ratio is exactly the same
so in this scenario we draw half a cc or
0.5 ml
we have the same 500 micrograms as we
did from the other example
it’s exactly the same we just you know
we just jumped up the not even the ratio
we just jumped up the amount of water
and the amount
of peptide that we have in our bottle
makes sense
all right let’s jump it up again let’s
change it up
so same five milligram vial say
five milligrams of peptide but this time
we’re going to add
10 mls of water basically what that’s
going to do is cut the ratio
in half so now for every 0.1
ml that we draw we’ve got 50 micrograms
and now when we draw to 0.5 on the
insulin syringe
we have 250 micrograms so we have the 5
milligrams of the peptide and now we
have the 10
ml of water so we doubled the amount of
water so we basically
cut the concentration in half
starting to make sense i know it is i
can see you guys nodding you’re like
oh yeah i got this so it’s exactly the
same
with hcg the difference is hcg
while still lifelized freeze-dried in
that little bottle
it’s it’s measured in iu’s so we’re not
dealing with
the mcg or the micrograms anymore we’re
dealing with ius
but it’s the exact same principle so
let’s do some quick math
so we have a 10 000 iu vial of
hcg that we got from our doctor
obviously
and then we add 10 mls so with that
concentration
10 000 and 10 mls each ml
equals 1 000 ius and so you break that
down
every 0.1 ml that you draw into the
syringe
is a hundred i use but now let’s say
that we have that same
10 000 iu bottle and we only add 5 mls
of water
we’re going to have twice as strong a
concentration
so instead of one full ml being 1000 i
use
it’s now 2 000 ius so every 0.1
ml that you draw into the syringe is now
200 ius
so by cutting the water in half we
double the concentration
so let’s do it a little differently
let’s do it with a 12 000 iu bottle
so 12 000 iu i know it’s pretty popular
from empower
but to switch it up we’re going to do it
with six mls of water
so 12 000 i use 6 ml of water
it’s the exact same concentration as
before so
each ml that you draw is 2 000 ius each
0.1 ml that you draw
is 200 ius so same formula it’s just
that we added
two thousand ius and one
ml of water starting to make sense so
once you get it and you know how to do
it
super easy what throws some people off
is when you get kind of funky numbers
where it’s not just like doubled and
having or you know it’s even 10 ml it’s
a 10 000 or
10 ml to 10 milligrams when it gets kind
of funky
so we’ll do kind of an interesting one
so let’s say we have a 12 000
iu vial of hcg once again
but instead of six mls we’re only doing
five
so in that scenario you do the math so
what’s 12 000 divided by five
i don’t know off hand but i’m pretty
sure it’s 2400. so i checked with the
producers
and 12 000 divided by 5 is in fact 2400
that has been fact checked so now we
know that for every 1ml that we throw
in that syringe one full ml is 2400 ius
so each 0.1 ml that you draw in is 240
ml
now i don’t like to have weird numbers
like that
it just makes it more difficult but you
know if you had a peptide that had like
three milligrams and you know you had to
add five ml of water
you just do the simple math so we’ll
finish this out with one more kind of
funky one just so it’s
locked in your brain so you know how to
do the math and you’ll never have to
worry about you know if you
if you messed up or you you know
misdosed it you don’t know what the
concentration is
so let’s say you have a three milligram
bottle of peptides let’s just say it’s
like cjc 1295. let’s just go with that
one
so three milligrams and you wanna throw
five mls of water
so three milligrams is three thousand
micrograms
and you’re dividing that by five mls of
water
so three thousand divided by five is six
hundred
so now you know that every ml is 600
micrograms
and every 0.1 ml that you draw up
is 60 micrograms see it’s super simple
now i hope that this was really helpful
i do see a lot of people asking about
this and i understand why
because a you don’t want to mess up on
your dosage and b it gets kind of funky
when you
when you change the variables of how
many milligrams and how much water
i normally like to keep it pretty simple
so if i have something five milligrams
if i can
i want to throw 5 ml in there just to
make the math super easy
and so when i pull it out i don’t even
have to think about any math i’m just
like oh ok
you know 0.2 ml good to go or if it’s
something like
hcg when you get like a 12 000 iu bottle
i mean it’s in a 10 ml
vial so you can’t really add 12 so you
do have to do the math
but it’s 120 ius per
0.1 so you’re good to go i hope that was
helpful guys
if you found that helpful would
definitely appreciate a like
uh if you have an easier way of doing
this or you have like a website that
people can go on if they don’t feel like
doing the math
drop it drop that in the description um
or just tell us how you did it or how
you do it
yeah how you do it what’s your method
but anyway guys
i appreciate you being here i appreciate
the support hope this was helpful
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