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Please explain like I'm a 6 year old to how make 3% SADBE cream


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  • 1 month later...

It's not really a cream at all, but a solution I guess. Get an insulin syringe with ML and do like 10ml of acetone to I think .3 ml, and that should be your 3% dilution. Put that in a brown amber bottle or whatever and apply a dime size amount to your arm covered in a tegaderm patch for 3 hours every 120 days....when you reapply make sure your acetone hasn't evaporated and you wind up using straight up SADBE like I did the second time haha...the super strong dose doesn't work very well at all, probably because instead of a boost its more of a burden to your immune system...thats my guess anyways...def stick with the dilutions...cheers.

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  • 8 months later...

You can order it from china. Try Alibaba/google. It will be about $125 for a bottle. 

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Why you want a 3% solution when they suggest a 2% solution? 

I used a 2.5% solution and that was way too strong, meaning it left a mark on my skin. 

I'd suggest you to use a 2% and be very very very careful. Use the best instruments for measuring you can get, and also for keeping it for the next times. 

The first time it worked well for me, 4-5 months OB free. (I don't use antivirals and I do intense physical activity everyday, up to 4h per day) The second time, which was some weeks ago, right now I have a very subtle OB



I think SADBE works, but the protocol for use must be studied more and improved. Maybe Something that domages less the skin, maybe to apply 1 x month a 1% solution to keep the immune system "awake". Or anything, like testing it more, maybe different body parts, maybe combined with immune system modulators etc. 

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