It really does seem that some UGL’s at the moment just don’t seem to be giving us an oral range that is consistent.
How many times have we all read a favorable review on a particular UGL’s Anavar only to then read another review elsewhere with complete contradiction claiming the Anavar to be bunk!
UGL’s are usually small operations, which means access to large lab equipment is unlikely.
Your UGL making the oral range would rather be using something like a Rotary press, but large & expensive means smaller alternatives such as the Desktop Tablet Press are often used.
Assuming the UGL is using a Desktop Tablet Press, i can guarantee you that the oral range will be inconsistent.
Even if the mixing before it gets to the tablet press was thorough, it’s impossible for the active hormone powder to fall through the chute on a press at the exact same time as the other powders within the mix such as the lubricants, binders, colors. Simple physics will tell us this with the molecule weight of each powder being very different. Those first few hundred tablets made will be very different to the last few hundred.
If we want to add even more complications to the tablet creation, how about the mixing of the ingredients beforehand?
Imagine the task for just a second.
ANAVAR at 10 mg per tablet.
let’s say each tablet with binders holds a total of 400 mg of powder.
The UGL is going to need to mix around 1 kg of tablet binders with just 100gram of hormone.
Please tell me how he could be sure that 100 mg was evenly spread between the kg without using a piece of equipment specifically made for the mixing?
I truly believe this is where many UGL’s are going wrong with oral creation. It just doesn’t make sense for a decent UGL to give us excellent, accurate oils and then bunk orals.
If the oils are good, but the orals are bad then my guess is poor mixing combined with cheaper pressing.
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