Disclaimer: All references to "research subjects" or "test subjects" or and reference to "research" throughout this article refer to research conducted on non human non veterinary research subjects such as rats and mice.

Nasal Spray

Have you ever dropped your beaker on your bunsen burner and it spilled caustic acid all over your documentation of the evolution of the common extremophile? Me neither bro, but experimentation is never an easy process, and with injection being the main path for peptides, the tests can be numerous, and wearing on the subject. A healthy and easy alternative is the innovative nasal spray kit from Swole AF Peptides which allows easy and clean nasal inoculation of whatever peptide you’re experimenting with.

All Purpose Peptide Power

The most difficult thing about experimentation with peptides is the abundance of syringes and other tools necessary for each test. With the Swole AF kit you can put your mind at ease and quit buying new tools on the regular. Just purchase any peptide, load the kit, experiment with your subject, then wash the kit, reload, and repeat. Your results will be increasingly easier to track with such a consistent delivery method. Additionally, because the kit can be loaded with any type of peptide, there is no limit to the number of experiments you can perform!

Muscles and Muscles

Swole AF Research stands behind its products, so you’ll be seeing very muscular results in your experiment in no time at all. With our improved nasal delivery method, you can provide a much less painful method of experimentation for your subject no matter what kind you use. It has never been easier to test with peptides. Experiment with power, experiment with muscle, experiment with the Nasal Spray kit, by Swole AF Research, a peptide company you can trust!

*Research chemicals are chemical substances used by scientists for medical and scientific research purposes. One characteristic of a research chemical is that it is for laboratory research use only; a research chemical is not intended for human or veterinary use. This distinction is required on the labels of research chemicals, and is what exempts them from regulation under parts 100-740 in Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations (21CFR).
October 28, 2020 — Whiskey River Media