Oil Based Oral Suspensions

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  • I’m looking to try something new and have been exploring the various options that exist for oral suspension vehicles.

    Although products like Ora-plus and Ora-sweet seem to be favored by most AAS users, it seems like you could use just about anything to get the job done.

    Does anyone here have experience using oils to make their suspensions? Grapeseed oil seems like it’s got a good consistency/viscosity. Maybe avocado oil as well. There are tons of different oils to choose from, many of which I’ve got zero experience with. I’m definitely open to suggestions!

    Is there something I’m missing as to why an oil wouldn’t be a suitable option?

  • Oil gets the job done

    It just tastes awful without additives

  • What about using extra virgin coconut oil to suspend whatever you wanted, then flavoring it and then pour it into a tray that makes tiny icecubes, freeze and enjoy.

    Steroids on the rocks.

  • tbh I’m a little unclear on how to use Ora-Plus/Ora-Sweet for suspending powders, can I just add the appropriate amount of syrup with the right amount of powder and go? Or do I have to titrate the mixture slowly, the directions on my Humco suspension syrup are weird.

  • [quote=“Dexter” pid=‘73205’ dateline=‘1572207373’]
    What about using extra virgin coconut oil to suspend whatever you wanted, then flavoring it and then pour it into a tray that makes tiny icecubes, freeze and enjoy.

    Steroids on the rocks.
    [/quote]

    Shit dude, that’s actually a really interesting idea. I think I might try this.

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