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Solution for how to make liquid Tadalafil/Cialis

Let’s hope it isn’t PEG that is in the mixture. PEG is very toxic, and causes kidney failure. It’s OK for topical applications, but orally is not good. Glycerol is non-toxic and should work almost as well as the glycol. There was a patent drug released back in the 1910’s that included PEG before they knew it was toxic, and it ended up killing dozens of people. The scientist who formulated the drug later blew his brains out.


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Yes, thanks mravg for clearing that up. It got me thinking a bit !!! lol

Originally Posted by mravg
Have you tried both of these solvents with the V powder specifically? Did you use heat? How many Mg/ml?

Yes. A little heat with the PEG-600 will help the powder go into solution. No heat need for Everclear/suspension. 50mgs at 60ml worked fine for the solution. You can go as high a ratio as you want with the suspension because all its (powder) doing is suspending in everclear.

Originally Posted by viroid

50mgs at 60ml worked fine for the solution.

You mean 50mg per ml?


Horny Bastard

I’ve noticed, when I heat the Everclear and powder together, it does go to a clear liquid, but return’s on cooling to a suspension with only a small portion remaining dissolved.

I had been thinking that the heating isn’t necessarily needed ??

And was wanting to ask around:

the ratio of 1gram powder= app. 50-60 count, 20mg doses?

Originally Posted by mravg

Maybe you are thinking of something else?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polyethylene_glycol

BIG….mistake, on my part. I was completely getting PEG and DEG (diethylene glycol) messed up. The story I told you about PEG actually was true - but not PEG- it was DEG. The recent toothpaste recalls were due to DEG contamination. Don’t use DEG for the tadalafil liquid, but go ahead and use PEG or glycerol. Check out DEG on Wiki and see how toxic it is!


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Originally Posted by mravg
You mean 50mg per ml?

Right. :)

Originally Posted by webslave
I’ve noticed, when I heat the Everclear and powder together, it does go to a clear liquid, but return’s on cooling to a suspension with only a small portion remaining dissolved.
I had been thinking that the heating isn’t necessarily needed ??
And was wanting to ask around:
the ratio of 1gram powder= app. 50-60 count, 20mg doses?

Right, heating isnt needed for everclear suspension. And 1 gram = 1000mgs. Then divide 1000mgs by the dose you want (20mgs) = 50 doses.

Now I have a question about heating.

I searched the net and came up empty.

At what temperature does V, C, and L lose their potency?

Just some info that could come in handy.

Probably higher than the boiling point of ethanol or water (78/100 C).

Also, one should be very careful when heating an alcohol solution. If you heat it directly on your stove (electric or gas) and it splashes or tips over, you will have a fire in your house. The proper way would be to use a double boiler, with your alcohol solution immersed in a pan of heating water.


Horny Bastard

Excuse my ignorance guys, I got 5 grams of C powder from elite but I don’t know how to get a gram out of it. How can I get an aproximate measure of one gram and also wanted to make sure that 50 ml mixed with 1 gram of C equals the big bottle from kitsnmore?


biglittledick

Weigh it.

And make sure your math is right.

1 gram= 1000 mg

1000mg/50ml = 20 mg/ml.

Kitsnmore solution is 30 mg/ml.

Making a solution that is 20 mg/ml is perfectly fine, as long as you know what dose you are taking.


Horny Bastard


Last edited by mravg : 09-28-2007 at .

Well, Kitsnmore’s solution WAS 30 mg.ml. It’s been temporarily out of stock for three months. I’m beginning to worry about them.

Guys, I mixed 25ml of water and gelatin.. and adde 2.5 ml of powder cialis. Is this the correct amount?. Is 1/2 teaspoon = .25 gr .. Im oso confused. Please help. And the result is a pink mixed just like a peptobismol. am I ok?


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