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WesleyInman
11-11-2019, 11:25 AM
One of the most sought after, and highest recommended ways to keep your Prolactin at bay, is to use Cabaser.

It can be very tricky to source, even though it is actually a pharmaceutical that can be prescribed. It's never super cheap to obtain but it is affordable if you run it at a low or average dose.

Even if you are running Tren, Trest, or Deca, this compound at .5mgs E3d tends to fight off the worst of increased Prolactin.

Increased prolactin shows itself in swollen mammory gland, pain, or itching of the nipples during cycle, or even worse, men can actually lactate, aka produce milk from their nipples, or leak fluids from the nipples.

Not a fun side effect.

So here it is. Domestic and ready to roll.

Now you may see that "Cabaser is not stable in liquid", which is totally not true. So what you don't wanna do is buy this and sit on it. Buy it and use it. After several months, it is said to degrade. So this is not the product you wish to buy and save for 2 years down the road. Buy this for immediate use. Your nipples will love you for it.

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https://www.reconpeptides.com/product/cabergoline-0-5mg-x-30ml-2/

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WesleyInman
01-20-2020, 06:12 AM
^^ bump ^^

SloppyJ
01-20-2020, 06:38 AM
Wes, drop some knowledge on us. Always heard that caber in solution is a no go.

WesleyInman
01-20-2020, 07:39 AM
Wes, drop some knowledge on us. Always heard that caber in solution is a no go.

The reason for this very common opinion is because it is believed that Cabaser degrades somewhat quickly in water/alcohol. We know that in real life, things such as light, temperature, PH% and various other factors do actually effect how long a compound retains it's potency.

I have heard it too. The other thing being, you don't know when a batch was made so if the degradation does occur quickly, then you could have a batch just sitting there for months before it sells, and you would get it and it would only have a short half life.

This is the thought process behind not buying it in a liquid.

What I will say is that I have never seen labs, nor any research that proves a specific period of time. For instance, back in the day I always heard once mixed, HGH or HCG is only potent for 30 days. That simply isn't true. I have used both a year later after mixing them and they still worked just fine. Arguably they may have lost some potency, but there is no standard or way to know preciseley how much.

Same goes for Caber. I am positive it will degrade faster in liquid, then it would in a solid. There's no argument there. But just how long will it last? Cabers solid shelf life is 2 years, but we know truly most of these compounds can last 5-10years longer and lose very little if no potency.

For that reason alone, I suspect liquid caber would last a decent amount of time. I do advise everyone to refrigerate it and also, don't buy it for future. If you need it now, get it now. Don't sit on it for 6-12 months. That should definitely be considered. Thank you for a great question.

SloppyJ
01-20-2020, 07:56 AM
The reason for this very common opinion is because it is believed that Cabaser degrades somewhat quickly in water/alcohol. We know that in real life, things such as light, temperature, PH% and various other factors do actually effect how long a compound retains it's potency.

I have heard it too. The other thing being, you don't know when a batch was made so if the degradation does occur quickly, then you could have a batch just sitting there for months before it sells, and you would get it and it would only have a short half life.

This is the thought process behind not buying it in a liquid.

What I will say is that I have never seen labs, nor any research that proves a specific period of time. For instance, back in the day I always heard once mixed, HGH or HCG is only potent for 30 days. That simply isn't true. I have used both a year later after mixing them and they still worked just fine. Arguably they may have lost some potency, but there is no standard or way to know preciseley how much.

Same goes for Caber. I am positive it will degrade faster in liquid, then it would in a solid. There's no argument there. But just how long will it last? Cabers solid shelf life is 2 years, but we know truly most of these compounds can last 5-10years longer and lose very little if no potency.

For that reason alone, I suspect liquid caber would last a decent amount of time. I do advise everyone to refrigerate it and also, don't buy it for future. If you need it now, get it now. Don't sit on it for 6-12 months. That should definitely be considered. Thank you for a great question.

100% agree with you. I've never seen any research or studies but it was more "bro science". Just wanted to point it out and get your take on it because I'm sure many other people here have been fed the same information.