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testosterone enanthate test

When testing you drop a little of oil or powder. Notice that there is a little of test reagent on the bottom so you drop only less or about the same volume of liquid or powder. One or a few drops from syringe are enough. You will see that the test reagent turn red and dark red later, it is not indication of hormone presence yet. You need to do the UV test to confirm presence of hormone. You take 365 nm UV light and point the vial B, if there is no fluorescence it means that there is no hormone. Vial A will also produce fluorescence under UV light, check it too. Different fluorescence colors means that there is something else or contaminated with other steroids. Right colors mean good quality product. In this example we used two types of final product with GSO and MCT oil. Notice the difference, GSO oil absorbs the fluorescence but it is still visible while MCT oil gives very strong fluorescence. Both samples are 250 mg/ml. In both cases you have blue - greenish fluorescence.

Notice the initial colors, dark red after dropping the samples.

Notice a little blue - greenish fluorescence in vial B under 365 nm UV light indicating presence of testosterone enanthate. It is sample with GSO oil. GSO oil is absorbing the fluorescence and it appears a little faint but it does not matter what carrier oil you use you will always get fluorescence if testosterone enanthate is present.

The same GSO sample in dark room under 365 nm UV light, vial B.

Here is sample with MCT oil giving very bright fluorescence under 365 nm UV light vial B.

The same MCT sample in dark room under 365 nm UV light, vial B.

Raw powder in vial A and B, strong blue - greenish fluorescence under 365 nm UV light.

The same sample with raw powder in vial B in dark room under 365 nm UV light.