About 2 weeks ago I started an experiment with MT-2 nasal spray and I'll put my ongoing experience with it on here--as there really isn't any good information out there about it that I've found.
I've done 2 month-long cycles of subcutaneous MT-2, so I have a baseline of experience. I'm a family man and I'm not thrilled about having syringes in the house. My wife hates the idea of me injecting myself and I don't like having to hide it from her. Also, I'm heading to the Caribbean in 5 weeks and I'd love to continue MT-2 while I'm there. Lastly, and equally as important--I wanted to experiment and see how well it worked.
I bought a bottle of Rhinaris nasal mist. It's 300 metered doses and 30ml. I put 1ml of bacteriostatic water into a 10mg vial of MT-2 with a syringe to reconstitute the peptide and then ejected it into the nasal spray container. I now had 31ml of fluid, which makes 310 metered doses at 31mcg of MT-2 per single spray. Easy math. I store the bottle in the fridge, of course.
I'm very sensitive to MT-2 so I dose low and expose to UV more often. When injecting I'd do probably about 150mcg per day (after I worked up to that dose). I know exactly what 150mcg feels like in my body--slightly sick for about an hour. 200mcg makes me quite sick for much longer and 100 mcg really doesn't make me feel anything at all. So, I had a good baseline of potency--trying to figure out the absorption through mucus membranes in comparison to injecting.
I've found that about 10 sprays a day (320mcg) feels like 150mcg of subcutaneous. So, about 213%. I've also found that if I do 6 sprays at once it doesn't make me feel much more effect than if I do 4--probably due to loss of the solution down the back of my throat. I've concluded that I'm best off dividing it over the day into 2, 3 or 4 sprays at a time.
One of the positives of the spray, for me, is I don't get that immediate kick of being sick--the stomach cramping. So, it's a bit easier in that regard. I also like how easy it is to just be able to do 3 or 4 quick sprays and I'm on my way.
I've tanned 4 times at the salon now and, early on, the result is looking identical to when I was injecting. I pre-loaded for about 10 days before my first UV and I've noticed that my skin's tolerance to UV is way way up. I've moved up a minute in the stand-up bed each time, have a darker tan line each time and my skin hasn't even flushed at all yet. After 4 sessions I'm already at 5 minutes in a 7 minute max bed. Knowing my skin and my body, that's significant.
The only negative that I can think of is the fact that I'll be using twice as much MT-2. That's not an issue for me. I pay about 20 bucks for 10mg so I don't care. Plus I dose low. If a person didn't like UV exposure and was used to dosing 500mcg and upwards to 10mg (already expensive), doubling the cost wouldn't thrill them, I'm sure.
I'll keep posting my ongoing experience. I'm quite thrilled about taking a nasal spray bottle with me on holidays and coming back with an epic tan. I'm not worried about the solution being unrefrigerated for a day or so. I've read many accounts of people leaving a mixed vial of MT-2 in their desk for weeks unrefrigerated, to find that it still had the same potency--not that I would ever do this (especially for the subcutaneous dosing).
I hope my experience helps someone. Like I said, I scoured the internet and found next to nothing on the subject. 99% of the time when it comes up it's just a thread full of people posting, "don't be a chicken ... just stick yourself".