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    vials were not vacuum sealed?

    So I just received GHRP-6 and mod GRF(1-29) from a very reputable supplier/manufacturer, and the vials were not vacuum sealed...? Any ideas?

    I know it's usually better to have them vacuum sealed.

    I also got a pretty big histamine reaction right after the combo shot..
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    Why don't you ask your supplier? We can only guess... Why they have to be vacuum sealed anyway?
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    Vacuum sealed is not really a specific process. The peptides are fine either way.

    But for long term storage say for years it's better that the air is removed.

    Try IM injects to reduce histamine reactions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Semin View Post
    Why don't you ask your supplier? We can only guess... Why they have to be vacuum sealed anyway?
    I was just curious because they are usually vacuum sealed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hulk View Post
    Try IM injects to reduce histamine reactions.
    Would this decrease in histamine reaction via IM injection be true for Melanotan 2 as well? I seem to be more prone to reactions than most people I know with this. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by alkaline View Post
    Would this decrease in histamine reaction via IM injection be true for Melanotan 2 as well? I seem to be more prone to reactions than most people I know with this. Thanks
    If you are talking about skin reaction, yes. But if you are talking nausea or stomach ache then you need to use both types of anti-histamines. The one that acts on the stomach (ranitidine) and one of the other type (zantac, benadryl).
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    Take anti-histamines. It usually works to those who have allergic reactions.

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