Cytomel Or Clen ?

Cytomel Or Clen ?

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    kbigdog
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    I did some research into some pills that I got for free. I told one of my hook-ups to get me some cytomel and he got some round, white, scored tabs with an R stamped on the back. I am familiar with SmithKline Beecham’s Cytomel stamped with SKF D16 or Jones Pharma stamped with JMI D16. I told him that they were not the Cytomel that I had taken before and he thought they might be Clen, particularly Oxyflux. I don’t know much about Clen. Any Ideas? I heard that a company by the name of Robinson makes Ro-thyronine, which contains the same active ingredient, liothyronine. That could explain the R stamped on it. What do you think?

    #12421

    DrS
    Keymaster

    IT very well could be real but As a general rule do not take cytomel or clen if it is not in the original package.

    #12422

    kbigdog
    Participant

    I would like to add that I hold a bachelor’s in Chemistry and work as a professional chemist, but not in pharmaceuticals. I could run a HPLC or IR spec, but I could risk serious problems with my employer if they found out I was running Quality Control on my gear! However, I would never take anything without knowing for certain what it is. So, that leaves me very curious. I hate when I can’t ID free goodies.

    #12423
    ManOSteele
    ManOSteele
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    It’s clen…Iron Bro. Have had a couple of those my self. I will see if I can find the blister packs for you. Shoot me an email!! hmmmm a chemist…? Definitely shoot me an email…ha!ha!

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