Peptide Mixing Calculator

Disclaimer: This calculator is a guide, it is not a medical document and it’s subject to the guidance of a medical personnel.

A peptide mixing calculator is a simple calculator that helps you determine how many milligrams (mg) of research are in each unit of an insulin/tuberculin (non-insulin syringe). It is a simple way to calculate peptide doses. 

The peptide calculator measures reconstitution and peptide dosage for research. Microgram (mcg) peptide measurements are used to find dosage in each unit and tick mark on an insulin syringe.

How bodybuilding peptides are measured

Ml = milliliter. This is a VOLUME measurement. it is 1/1000 of a litre. (This is the measure you use for water or similar liquids).

CC = cubic centimeter. This is also a VOLUME measurement. The capacity of most syringe is measured in cc’s. 1cc syringe will hold 1ml of liquid.

IU = international unit. This unit is used to measure the activity (effect) of vitamins and drugs. This measurement is not based on the volume or weight of the substance, but on the effect of the substance.

What you need to determine how many milligram(mg) of Melanoton in each unit of an insulin syringe

·        Melanotan Peptide (MG)

·        Melanotan Dose (mg)

·        Syringe Volume (mL)

·        Sterile or Bacteriostatic Water (mL)

·        Alcohol swab

How to use the Peptide calculator

1.      Select Peptide Vial Quantity.

2.      Select the volume of bacteriostatic water are you adding?

3.      Select the quantity of the Peptide do you want in each dose?

After selecting all the required fields, a calculation will be made and a result will be generated for you immediately.

 

If you need to do some conversions, you can use the calculator below.

Disclaimer: This calculator is a guide, it is not a medical document and it’s subject to the guidance of a medical personnel.

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