I FREAKED OUT! When My Gear Changed Colors

Kai Palikiko           Sep.  22, 2019

Kai Palikiko has had over 10 years personal experience with Anabolics. His Personal Training Techniques have been responsible for thousands of men achieving their personal and professional goals, and you are getting access to the copy n paste steps to replicate them.

So right now I'm actually giving you the opportunity to learn how to do the step by step process of home brewing Gear in general, from Tes, Anavar, whatever it may be. So there's a link right down description below.

Go ahead, pause this video go down there right now and click that link because I guarantee you by the time you are done, you're going to learn how to homebrew Gear from here on out.

What's going on? Kai here from Formula Secrets. If you are completely brand new to my channel, hit that subscribe button because I guarantee I will elevate your life overall. So one of the things I want to talk to you about today, right now, is the process of home brewing, specifically, the color of the Gear that I truly make, right?

Take Tes for example. Now, I know that you and I, even myself have been completely tainted when it comes to buying pre made Gear in general. So anything that goes completely off the norm, most people, even myself from time to time think oh, it's bunk Gear, no matter what it's going to be completely bunk Gear, or under dose Gear, and there might be something wrong.

Now, that actually goes into play when it comes to pre made Gear.But sometimes I have the same type of mentality when it comes to home brewing Gear as well. Anything that goes outside the norm of home brewing, I instantly think something's wrong. oh my God, what did I do? Here's the thing. And specifically I want to talk to you about is the color of the Gear that I am making when I'm at home brewing it.

Now, before in the past, normally when I would make say testosterone for example, it comes out clear, nice clear color, but from time to time, it would either be off yellow, tint yellow, sometimes it might even be actual amber yellowish color as well, like harder yellow than anything else. Now, for the most part, I didn't really think much of it.

Because I know that what I'm making is getting pure Gear because I'm literally home brewing the actual testosterone myself. So I don't need to second guess anything from here on now. But out of, you know, out of curiosity, I actually wanted to find out what was happening.

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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So I actually asked one of my friends, she works in - I don't want to say what college she's in. But she works in, you know, she teaches college.

So let's just put it that way. And I asked her, I am like so how come every time I make my testosterone, the color complete changes every single time, for the most part, it's either always clear, always, you know, clear, perfectly clear Testosterone. Sometimes it's tint of yellow, some times a little bit harder yellow than anything else.

And I asked her how come I'm doing the exact same procedure, exact same location, exact same time, exact same length when it comes to the entire thing, how come every time I do it, sometimes the color changes? And she is like, really, you're fucking paying attention in science class, where you? I am like, no, probably not. This is where the whole thing of hurt explaining what oxidation means when it comes to chemicals in the first place, especially when it comes to home brewing.

So what's actually happening when it comes to the color changes, it's oxidation. Pretty much any kind of chemical reaction that's changing the electrons within the chemical compound itself. What does that mean to you? Nothing. What does that mean to me? Nothing at all. We don't need to know this, but I actually wanted to ask why. The main thing that I want to talk to you about this is the reason why that changes in the first place. 

The one thing we know for sure, as long as I am home brewing this Gear, a slight change of color doesn't mean that the Gear is harmed, that it's busted or it's under dosed or it's bunked in the first place. A little bit of slight color changes from time to time is completely normal, nothing to worry about. At the same time, it's still 100% pure testosterone, because I'm the one physically making it.

Now, the only bad color that I do not want whatsoever is dark orange, dark yellow, anything dark that’s related to Gear. Why? Because that means I have overcooked my Gear, I've gotten to the point to where I've heated it so much, and for long periods of time, that the actual hormone inside the Gear that I'm making is actually completely damaged. Now, when it comes to this subject as well, can damage Gear be harmful? 

No, it's only harmful within my wallet, because pretty much everything in there that I just made, when it comes to the entire procedure, the hormones are damaged and they're not going to react how I want to react from here on now. It's not like it's under dose Gear or bunk Gear, it's just that there's no Gear in there in the first place, because I have harmed the hormones.

So that's the reason why the proper step by step manner that I do have within description right down below is going to show, you know, how to actually homebrew it properly without damaging the actual hormones. Because again, the color of the Gear that I'm making will slightly changed from time to time, due to oxidation.

And that is completely common with every single Gear that I'm making from here on out. except for the orals, obviously, right, except for the orals. But when it comes to the injectable stuff that I actually make, it will change from time to time because of that chemical process. Now, the biggest thing that I need to keep in mind from here on out, and again, for everybody - as long as it does not change to any dark orange color, my Gear is completely fine. 

But if I change the color to where it's dark, it's really dark brown, dark orange, whatever it may be, I actually messed up. So that's why I always follow my step by step process, because the only time that's ever happened to me was the very first time that I home brew, because again, this took me a very long time to perfect. This took me a very long time to actually make good batches, batches of messed up Gear, good Gear. 

And I couldn't figure out why, to where it is now, to where it's perfected to the point to where it is guaranteed that will never ever happen again, as long as I follow the proper protocols that I have made. So that's what happens when we have slightly off color of Tes, slightly off color of EQ, or Masteron or Tren. The only danger is the dark orange, dark brown color. That means that that Gear is completely damaged and everything in there is absolutely useless. 

So if you're interested in learning more, check out the description right down below. Again, like I said before, there's literally only one link, you cannot screw this up. So if you're interested in learning more and really diving into the detail of things, check out that link, click on there and see how far and deep that rabbit hole goes.

Because I guarantee you, you're going to absolutely love the results that you are going to get. Anyways, Kai here, Formula Secrets here, out. Take care.



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