A peptide that I purchased recently has less powder in it than others I’ve gotten. Does this mean it doesn’t have the right MG?
Peptides due to their nature come in a variety of sizes and shapes. Normally after the lyophilization process has completed we have a peptide that is in a perfect cake. However, there are times when it may break in transit or simply appear differently. This in no way affects the quality or potency of the product. It is simply an aesthetic issue. While we do try to always present a product that looks perfect, on occasion, this isn't possible. Proteins such as LR3 are very large in size and due to the requirement of a buffer will appear larger in size than a mod grf or ghrp. This is also normal.