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How To take and make Liquid SARMs

How to make your own liquid SARMs

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Are you planning to make your own liquid SARMs solution from raw powder? This guide will show you how to. Follow this liquid SARM recipe for best results.

Types of SARMs products and benefits

SARMs come in various forms, with the most popular being capsules, powder, and liquids.

In this article we’ll compare liquid SARMs vs powder to give you a complete picture of their benefits and uses.

Liquid SARMs

Liquid SARMs are one of the most popular forms of the product thanks to how quickly it’s absorbed into the body. Some clinical studies suggest they’re slightly more effective than pills and powders which are broken down in the stomach, losing some of their strength. 

Unlike capsules which are swallowed and absorbed through the digestive system, liquid SARMs are placed beneath your tongue and absorbed directly into the bloodstream.

Another important benefit of liquid SARMs is that it is easy to dose.

Powder SARMs

The most important benefit of powder SARMs is the price. This is one of the most inexpensive ways to ingest SARMs, but it’s also one of the least convenient. 

First of all, it is really hard to measure the correct amount of powder. The average dose is in the 5 to 25 mg range, depending on the compound. Dosing powder SARMs requires a highly accurate scale and a sharp eye.

Even if you manage to accurately measure the correct dose, there is the additional problem of taste. SARMs aren’t exactly known for their lovely taste. This is especially true for MK-677 which tastes awfull to put it mildly. The aftertaste can last for hours.

How to make your own liquid SARMs?

You can always decide to make your own liquid SARM solution by dissolving the raw powder in a solvent.

Here you will find a simple breakdown of the steps needed.

First of all, you require the following:

  • The actual SARM powder
  • A beaker
  • Pan with hot water
  • Small bottle with dropper (30ml or 50ml)
  • Solution liquid
  • An accerate scale (0.01 gram)

First put your solution liquid in the beaker, 30ml or 50ml. Add the correct amount of your SARM powder. Put the beaker in a pan with hot water, making sure that none of the water gets into the beaker. Stir gently when heating up the solution liquid. When the powder is dissolved, gently pour the suspension in the bottle. Depending on the SARM, not all of it will dissolve completely. So before using your liquid always firmly shake the bottle to make sure the dosage is accurate.

What is the best solvent for SARMs?

Make sure that you choose the right solution liquid for the type of SARM you want to dissolve. The most commonly used solvents are glycerine, DMSO, PEG-400, ethanol and water.

It is important to determine what the best solvent is for any specific SARM.

How to determine the correct amount of powder?

In order to measure the right amount of powder, do the math. If you want a solution of 20mg/ml and you have a bottle of 30ml, you need 20 x 30 = 600 mg of powder.

How to use liquid SARMs?

Liquid SARMs are orally active. In other words, you can simply swallow to be liquid SARM and it will be effective. Most people just squirt the solution in their mouth and chase it down with some water or orange juice. Because the taste of most SARMs isn’t great, it is possible to mix them with a beverage of your choice, but this doesn’t always prevent the taste issue (especially with MK-677 which tastes awfull).

Taking SARMs sublingual

To increase the bioavailability of liquid SARMs, it is possible to take them sublingual. You simply drop the required amount of liquid under your tongue to get the right dose, and then after about 30 seconds, you swallow and then drink some water.

This route of administration increases the effectiveness of SARMs compared to simply swallowing them. The downside is that you can’t escape the taste.