Hi - refrigerate after reconstituting. Some say it will be ok 10 days at room temp but every study I read indicated the peptide was refrigerated (most don’t mention it but two did). Better to be safe than sorry - refrigerated, it should be fine for 30 days but I don’t know that for fact.
I believe I know where you are getting this if it came from a lab in 10 mg and if I am correct, it is a good peptide.
I would not rotate 4 spots at 250 mcg a day. Just my opinion and experience (opinion based off what studies used per KG and I’m 220 lbs.). To give it a fair shot - 500 mcg minimum in one injury everyday. It takes weeks to notice something - it isn’t a magic liquid. If you do one elbow - you can tell if it’s working as the other one will still be sore.
Regardless of the comments made that you must inject it at the site - I believe there is ‘some’ systemic affects to BPC157 but it doesn’t travel through your system as easily as TB500.
I say some as I noticed one injury got better when I was doing my Achilles’ tendons.
I started at 250 twice per day and moved to 500 twice per day. I am still treating my chest and bicep with means 2 mg a day but it’s worth it to me - I’m healing and able to train and 80-90% of my issues at getting better.
Assume you went BPC alone and are not running TB too?
I do on my iPad work out scheduler - all things you mentioned. Not sure exactly what you are questioning me on - safe vs. Easy. Nothing about my workouts are easy but yes they are safe, I prefer to rehab and avoid a new knee or back surgery which may be in my future. Sorry, not catching your point,Are you sure of that?
I am not minimizing your pain by any stretch of the imagination, but sometimes the wisdom is misdirected from going safe to going easy. Three weeks, man. Write every single thing down, mood, pain, recovery, time of day you worked out and the weather. You need to go past that 100% feeling.
Thanks @BaguaI'm not questioning you on anything but getting you ready for what could be a period that you may be injury-free. These periods are few and far between as we age. When we rehab, we always hold back regardless of whether or not we realize we are doing so. You need to consciously move past the failure point and go past that point. You only have limited periods as you age when you can take advantage of being injury-free. Use them wisely. The future is unwritten. You only have today.