Here are some instructions on how to mix or reconstitute IGF-1 Long R3. These instructions assume you have one vile of 1000 MCG of IGF-1 LR3 which is in the lyophilized form.
Most people use 1ml or 2mls of acetic acid (called AA from here on out) to mix their IGF-1 Long R3. Most IGF-1 kits come with 1 ml or cc of AA.
After removing the vacuum from the vile (do this by injecting a little air into the vile) of IGF-1 Long R3 slowly drizzle the AA into the vial.
Try not to let the stream of AA hit the powder directly. Try to let it run down the side of the glass into the powder.
After all the AA is in the vial of IGF-1 Long R3 gently swirl the vial. It is best to let it sit for a while in the fridge where the IGF-1 can continue to dissolve. Never shake your IGF-1 LR3; it is a very delicate peptide.
Mix/Reconstituting Instructions for IGF-1 Long R3
A 1 ml syringe is marked like this llll10llll20llll30llll40llll50llll60
A 1/2 ml syringe is like this llll5llll10llll15llll20llll25llll30
On a 1 ml syringe each line represents 2 units 2, 4, 6, 8, 10
On a 1/2 ml syringe each line is 1 unit 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. This makes it easier to measure.
If you use 1 ml of AA, on a 1 ml insulin syringe, each line is 20 mcg. On a 1/2 ml syringe each line is 10 mcg.
If you use 2 ml of AA, on a 1 ml pin each line is 10 mcg, on a 1/2 ml each line is 5 mcg…the 5 line is 25 mcg, 10 line is 50 mcg
Your IGF-1 LR3 is stored in AA solution, nacl or bacteriostatic water is added to dilute at the time of injection. Draw twice as much nacl or bacteriostatic water as IGF-1. So if you draw IGF-1 LR3 to the ten line, draw nacl to the 30 line and you are ready to go.
Check out this article on how to maximize your Long R3 IGF-1.