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The difference between Bac Water and Sterile Water. Which one will be your preference?

rawsandgh

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Bacteriostatic water is a substance that can inhibit the growth of bacteria. Bacteriostatic agents may not be able to kill bacteria, but they can inhibit the growth of bacteria and prevent them from overgrowing and endangering health. Bacteriostatic Water (bacteriostatic water for injection) is sterile water containing 0.9% benzyl alcohol that is used to dilute or dissolve medications; the container can be reentered multiple times (usually by a sterile needle) and the benzyl alcohol suppresses or stops the growth of most potentially contaminating.


Sterile water usually refers to the treatment of bacteria-containing water through physical methods to obtain bacteria-free water. Such as steam method, UHT thermal method, ultraviolet sterilization, ozone method and physical filtration method, the water obtained by killing and filtering microorganisms in the water.


Do you prefer to use Bac Water or Sterile Water when injecting HGH?
 

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Once you pierce any vial or bag/bottle, you innoculate it with whatever is in the air, on the syringe or stopper (if you have shitty technique). Pathogens, mold spores etc. will grow in sterile (but now no longer sterile) water. Bacteriostatic water has that small amount of BA to INHIBIT the growth of these things, which is why we use it on multi-use vials.
 
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