Before beginning, it’s useful to know that products from the same family can be combined and administered in the same injection.
- Aqueous with aqueous (Winstrol, testosterone suspension)
You’ll need a 3cc or 5cc syringe.
Choose a syringe larger than the amount that you’re injecting. If you’re injecting 4ml, choose a 5ml syringe.
Pharmacists are obliged to sell you syringes if you ask them, and they do not have to know why. It’s for your personal use.
We also sell them on the site. You’ll find them here : https://super-steroide.com/categorie/accessoires/
For needles, 21G or 23G are the most popular choices currently.
Use a 40*0.7 for the buttocks.
Use 5*0.6 for the thighs.
Use 15*0.6 for the shoulders, calves, biceps, triceps, pectorals.
Where to choose?
The best place for most products is the buttock.
The safe area is the upper outside section of the buttock. The sciatic nerve passes through other sections.
The only problem is, it’s a bit of a stretch, trying to do it.
Otherwise, we’d suggest the point of the biceps, if you have a well-formed bicep. Otherwise, take your pick, but in any case, take care to avoid your veins.
In the triceps, there’s no problem if your stick to the upper fleshy part, whether on the outside or inside. I find this a little more painful. Take care not to get close to the tendons.
In the trapeze muscles, the advantage is that it’s painless.
In the shoulder, it’s more delicate. Aim for the middle of the middle deltoid.
In the thigh, you can use the lower third of the vastus medialis.
In the calves, it’s not ideal, but it’s sometimes invaluable when one’s note gifted with good thighs.
Another choice is the last, on the outside edge, at a position at the base of the pectorals
Preparing the injection
Begin by washing your hands thoroughly. Then, using a cotton swap dipped in alcohol, wipe the rubber seal on the vial containing your product.
Inject a quarter cc of air into a reusable flask makes it easier to fill the syringe by the effect of suction.
Take care not to press the point of the needle against the bottom of the vial. You’ll blunt the needle and that risks being a bit more painful at the point of entry.
Don’t touch anything with the needle. If you do, change it.
Tap your syringe with your finger to expel air bubbles until liquid escapes from the needle. Don’t wipe off the needle. It lubricates it and makes it easier for it to penetrate the skin.
Clean the area of the injection with cotton dipped in alcohol and stretches your muscle; otherwise the needle won’t enter properly, might bounce off, or might otherwise hurt you.
Rapidly pierce the skin layer (it’s there that it can sting) then push the needle deeply into the muscle.
Draw slightly on the piston. If blood becomes visible, you’ve entered a vein. Lift the needle out entirely and change the needle before starting again.
Once the injection is in place, take a moment and let the product disperse slowly. Keep pressure on the piston. Most products are oil-based, so one can’t rush things: the diameter of the needle simply doesn’t allow it.
Once entirely injected, draw the syringe out smartly (which doesn’t hurt) and wipe the area again with alcohol. Move the injected area around and massage it to encourage the product to diffuse.