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Ethyl Oleate in steroid:
Steroids Carrier Solvent
Ethyl oleate is used as a solvent for pharmaceutical drug preparations involving lipophilic substances such as steroids.It is a relatively new solvent in the realm of bodybuilding, EO is Oleic Acid with an ethyl ester. EO is an excellent solvent for lipophilic compounds in injectable preparations. Its oxidative stability helps extend the shelf life of compounds, and its low viscosity provides for easy injections.
EO = Ethyl Oleate. EO is a solvent, which dissolves the steroid powder but its use is to thin the solution’s viscosity.It’s a thin and expensive oil, created from ethanol, and used as a rubber softener, solvent, and typically used by us as a base for steroid solutions. It provides smooth and painless injections, and will suspend compounds at much higher concentrations than just oil. (It will make 100mg/ml Prop completely painless…) And because it’s a solvent, it allows you to use less Benzyl Benzoate in your blends, however BA is still used to maintain sterility.
EO used for short esters
Ethyl Oleate is a carrier. It is great for short esters like Acetate, Propionate and Phenylpropionate forincreasing concentrations of these esters without crashing.
Many people feel that Ethyl Oleate creates painless injections while others don’t feel the same. I only would suggest Ethyl Oleate for short esters for reducing pain and increasing concentration.
You can use a 50/50 concentration of Ethyl Oleate and oil such as Cottonseed or Grapeseed to increase concentration of NPP to 200mg/ml without crashing.
Some people feel that isn’t all that it is cracked up to be as many long ester formula’s seem to crash. Also the other con is the cost of Ethyl Oleate.
For many the pain is reduced because Ethyl Oleate is thinner and has lower viscosity then say grapeseed or cottonseed oil.
Personally I don’t use Ethyl Oleate currently as I don’t see many benefits over cottonseed oil or grapeseed oil.
You could even consider a 50-50 mix of EO and GSO. EO makes the gear thinner and some suggest more painless. On the other hand, some guys don’t take well to EO and it causes them pain. EO also does harm to the plastic/rubber end of the plunger of a syringe so you can’t hold your gear inthe syringe for any duration of storage.
If you notice, there is a trend…generally long esters hold easier at higher concentrations and require less solvent (EO/BB) than short esters.
Some people are allergic to Ethyl Oleate.
Product Name: Ethyl Oleate
Synonyms: oleic;(9Z)-;FEMA 2450;Ethyloleat;ETHYL OLEATE;ethylis oleas;ETHYLOLEATE,NF;ETHYL OLEATE, BP;Oleic acid ethyl;OLEIC ACID ETHYL ESTER;;9-Octadecenoic acid (Z)-, ethyl ester; Ethyl oleate, mixture of isomers; ; ethyl octadec-9-enoate; ethyl (9Z)-octadec-9-enoate; ethyl (9E)-octadec-9-enoate;;
CAS No.: 111-62-6
EINECS No.: 203-889-5
Molecular Formula: C20H38O2
Molecular Weight: 310.51
Appearance: light yellow liquid
Standard: Enterprise Standard
Packing: 25KG/Drum or as per your requirements
Application: applied to the preparation of surface active agent and Organic chemicals and also used as essence
Ethyl Oleate in steroid:
There’s been a lot of confusion over ethyl oleate, and for good reason I think. There have been a wide mix of good and bad experiences with ethyl oleate based brews. And while I’ve written some thoughts about this on several other boards like, at length, I just recently shared these thoughts with a bro here at WCBB. I’m sure much of this has been said, but perhaps this can do some good in the way of setting expectations properly on what can be achieved with ethyl oleate.
Here’s my theory on ethyl oleate and Testosterone propionate, in a nutshell: It’s not a silver bullet. People respond differently to prop than others. Some people are okay with it, some people not, some people really not.
Ethyl oleate slows the release of Testosterone propionate into the system, and stabilizes the solution in the injection site. This helps prevent crashing, and reduces pain significantly by providing a smooth sustained release. But, bottom line, prop is still getting released in your system. Therefore, if you are super sensitive to prop, you’ll still have some pain, although with a good formulation, it should be greatly reduced. If you’re not very sensitive to Testosterone propionate, on the other hand, you may be able to run it painlessly, or even at very high concentrations, with the addition of ethyl oleate. This is why you have such a variance of results being reported right now.
I think most people would be able to tolerate a 50mg/ml viromone-type concentration pretty well. And if you’re a sensitive type, I’d recommend starting there, or at 75mg. 100mg is a good place to start, from the standpoint that it is easier to add solvents to lower the concentration, than to go the other way. But, in a nutshell, ethyl oleate improves pain by let’s say 50 or maybe even 75%, but if prop absolutely kills you, maybe it will only mame you with ethyl oleate. It’s still very much an individual thing, dependent on the individual’s response to a particular compound/ester, and the concentration at which that individual attempts to use that compound.