How I Got PRIVACY To Homebrew My Testosterone

Kai Palikiko           Aug.  12, 2020

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The very first time I homebrewed, I was still in college and it really wasn't the most convenient way of doing it, especially when I was still in college, I had to stay in one of the dorm rooms, I had to be very creative on where I was going to homebrew. What's going on brother? My name is Kai, and if you have any questions by the way for me, the best way to reach me is the link to my email. Now that link you could find in the description, you click on that link, you put in your name, your email, any question you have for me, it is going to go directly to my proton mail.

I just want to talk to you about my experiences when it comes to homebrewing for the very first time, especially when it comes to location.

And it was really interesting because of this, right - I had to go into school early, earlier than regular semester, because I had practice, so when we're practice, we had to stay at the dorm room. Obviously I roommate, and on top of that there would be an RA that would check up on us from time to time. That's where it got really tricky because I had to brew, right, I had to brew my stack, and on top of that as well I had to make sure that I had my privacy.

So the very first time I did it, it was obviously a mistake, because I homebrewed in my dorm room. So when I was doing everything, because I don't need much, I don't need as much space, but I needed privacy. So in order for me to really get that down, I had to put like a chair against the door, I had to like put another table on top of it, just to make sure that nobody's gonna accidentally burst into my room.

Because the dorm rooms that we had, there wasn't a lock on it. Somebody could literally just, you know, open the door, walk right in. And that was my paranoia kicking in the entire time. And even though it doesn't take me long to homebrew, you know, my basic stuff, my testosterone for example, right, it only takes me about 20 minutes to do so.

From full powder to ready to go pinnable oil, ready to rock, only 20 minutes. But that 20 minutes, it really felt like a good two hours because of the entire time me being paranoid. The full time, not even concerning about anything else, I was more worried because I, you know, I already knew what I was doing by then, I had a lot of instructions. I wasn't even worried about the brew, right? I was more worried about somebody walking in, that I almost made a mistake.

So my next type of homebrewing, obviously about four months later on, I did such a better way of doing it. It wasn't, where did I get that? It was like one of those sites where, you know, you Google for a hotel, and I looked for the one that had a kitchenette, it didn't had to be a full kitchen either.

When it comes to the actual image of it, the aesthetics of it, even though it's a bulking agent, it doesn't aromatize, but I'll get to that in a minute when it comes to the post cycle therapy stuff, it doesn't aromatize.

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I wanted the one where it had a stove on it, like a stovetop that I could use, and that was my best hack that I've ever done, because I could take my time. Even though I didn't need a full day or a full night of doing it, I just wanted privacy.

The main reason why I'm telling you this is one of my friends, he started getting into homebrewing himself, and obviously he's not in college, right, but his situation is practically the same exact thing. He needed privacy as well because no, he doesn't have a dorm roommate or anything like that, or an RA to worry about or his coach walking in, he was more worried about his kids running around everywhere and also his grandkids as well.

He was supported by his wife, that's totally cool, all that stuff, but he didn't want to show all these, you know, these camps and these compounds and, you know, beakers everywhere, that could be accidentally knocked off by like a ball being thrown, or, you know, the kids running around everywhere, right? That was his thing. He wanted more privacy. And my biggest suggestion to him is like. 

Look, because his idea was this, maybe I could brew when, you know, my kids are out of school or nobody's around the house, I'll just wait for everybody to go to work, and I'll take that day off and brew. And I'm thinking, you know, that might work, right? But I asked him, what if somebody comes in early? What if somebody comes home early? What if somebody comes home just for lunch or something or to stop by? 

And I told him the entire time brother, you are going to have that weird paranoid feel like how I did when I was brewing in my dorm room. And when I'm doing all this, the entire procedure, I want to make sure that I'm doing it right, from powder to pinnable oil, in that vile, ready to rock. In order for me to do everything right, I can't be thinking about somebody walking in, busting in having to make sure nobody goes in, you know what I mean?

Texting everybody here, are you coming home soon? I don't wanna have to deal with that. So what I told him was go to or or even just google, find hotel. And then in that hotel also, you have to filter out all the other ones that you don't need, right? You want to look for the one that has a little kitchenette in it or little kitchen inside it to where there's a stovetop as well. 

So he doesn't have to buy that, you know, $25 single burner. So that's exactly what he did. He went inside, he typed in Google, looked for the nearest one, and he actually found a hotel room, literally two minutes away from his place. He got in there, he got his all brewed materials, he made everything and he didn't even stayed that night.

Even though he paid for that night, he homebrewed everything, which was about four compounds in total, including the orals, all within a span, and he could have done it a lot faster, but he took his sweet ass time. He did it all in two hours, two hours, done, nice and easy. And he was like Kai, dude, that was awesome. Not only that I was able to go into the pool, hang out for a bit when I was done, I was able to do everything I needed to do.

Brewed everything with, you know, having that comfort level, knowing that nobody's gonna walk in. Or even if, you know, somebody were to walk in, he didn't have to worry about things getting knocked out or forgetting which part of the procedure of the homebrew he was at, because that's really the most important part. Because, you know, some of the guys that I train, they don't have any kids, right? 

They just have their girl or their wife, but having to constantly worry about nothing is being moved around or taking up the entire kitchen, the best way for them to get privacy is just by grabbing a hotel or somewhere to where they could actually do it without being rushed, without being nagged, without being asked questions and stuff like that. 

Another interesting one was like, one of my friends, he started homebrewing as well, and he's like, even though I was at home and it took my day off, his wife was still nagging him by oh, could you take out the trash or if you're going to lunch later on, could you grab me this, this, this and this, which is fine, but he was in the middle of homebrewing his Primobolin. So you see what I mean?

And some of these things are very technical, right? They are very complicated to follow through. He can't be putting in the solution and forget, oh crap, which part of the homebrew I'm at right now? I'm not sure. If that happens, he would have to start back at square one again, toss everything away, all that stuff that he doesn't need to go through if he just grabs a hotel room. And that's my best hack honestly. 

If I'm looking for privacy, if I'm living with, you know, a girl right now or I had a wife, I'm living with her, and even if they're supportive, I would honestly just grab a hotel room just so I could take my time and not being asked certain questions or having to do a certain chore. I could just concentrate on homebrewing, get that done, boom, move on with my day. That's pretty much what it is. Anyways, I just want to share that story. 

And yeah, dude, I really had to homebrew my very first one in my dorm room. That sucked. It really did, I was just paranoid the entire time, because like the roommate that I had, he was on Gear as well, he was in college sports too, so he was already on Gear. I wasn't worried about him. I was more worried about my coach and my RA just walking in, because they don't walk in just to check up on you.

Sometimes they just walk in just to make sure that, you know, you have everything, do you need anything? Is the AC fine? Oh, hey, there's a function downstairs, do you want to come and hang out? That's what they're for. But I didn't want him to come in and like oh shit, yeah. And sometimes too man, because the way - I went to the University of Miami, the way the dorm rooms work is each floor is just one set. 

Like male, females, male, females, and then before lockdown hours, which is around 9pm, anybody could walk around and most of these girls, they would just walk in and just hang out and stuff like that, and I couldn't risk that either. So I just had to make sure that I had my privacy after that, because that first one, having to like blending in, checking, blending in, just making sure, answering text, make sure nobody comes over.

Little stuff like I didn't want to have to worry about. Anyways, I am gonna get out of here, it is hot as fuck. Other than that boys, my email is right in the description. Kai here, out. Take care.



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