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Blue Sky Peptide T3

Discussion in 'Suppliers' started by jb116, Feb 2, 2016.

  1. yhickfoe

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    I have tried a lot, some I can remember from over the years:

    NDT: Thiroyd, TMAN, Armour
    t4: Synthroid, Levothyroxine, Aspen Eltroxin, GSK Eltroxin, Thyronorm, Grossman t4
    t3: Grossman t3, Tiromel, Uni Pharma, Thylexan

    NDT didn't work for me at all, in fact made my symptoms a lot worse.
    T4 alone worked well for me at the start then stopped working
    T3 only was a disaster
    T4 & T3 is what I take and is the best, I would say BSP is the best of all of these, I think a big part of it is the lack of the fillers and better absorption compared to tablets. I can feel a difference in all the different medications I have tried, some have side effects more than others, some don't work (most t3 on the market).
     
  2. DaveFoster

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    Have you tried BSP T4, and if so, would you say it works well?
     
  3. DaveFoster

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    Anyone still sourcing from BSP with a good product?
     
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    Bump, any recent experiences from this supplier?
     
  5. Wolf

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    I read through this whole thread, so may as well give my own input. BSP T3 will be coming in shortly for a test. I believe the issues with their t3's variable dosing/effects stem from the fact that T3 is far more soluble in a fatty base than a water base(0.0195 mg/mL\3.96 mg/L (at 37 °C)). In any case, I'll probably add a fat and an emulsifier at some point, dilute to 1/2 strength the cheap T3 and test uptake. If the only variable that changes uptake is physically shaking it in the hopes that some of the t3 that isn't being held in suspension makes it into the dropper and onto your test site then that's too crazy variable. Sometimes you might get 1/10 the dose and other times it might be 10x.
    @0.0195mg/mL Ideal.
    @19.5mcg/mL Ideal
    BSP=100mcg/mL Actual
    80% not in suspension.
    ~20 drops/mL >1mcg/drop
    These are just estimate, drops vary, the addition of glycerol and other solvents make everything vary a bit too. Long story short no fat no suspension. My math might be off, but the solubility was picked off a couple studies.
     
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