Yes it dissolves easily in vodka. I'd prepare the solution the day prior to using it though. Shake it well before using each time.
I am an over responder. I inject 50 mg test cyp EOD and started using the normal recommended dose of 1 mg/100 mg test ratio which came to 0.5mg adex EOD.
This worked for a while and then I began noticing a lack of vascularity as well as cold hands and cold feet. Estrogen is required for the mechanism of vasodilation, so I reduced my dose to 0.25 mg EOD. I felt ok here as well for a while, but eventually noticed that I felt very sleepy and flat emotionally. I don't seem to ever experience any joint pain/popping joints that some men do. The 0.25 EOD of adex and 50 mg test cyp EOD left my e2 at 11 pg/ml. Not awful, but low in my opinion.
The "sweet spot" for me seems to be a very small range. Slightly too little estrogen and I get lethargic, sleepy, reduced vascularity, reduced libido, cold hands/feet, low level depression.
As soon as my e2 rises, emotionally I feel better, I become vascular again, my hands and feet get warm again, libido skyrockets, energy increases, but if left to increase too high and unchecked the first signs of high e2 I experience is a little adema in my face. Eventually I can't fall asleep and I become easily agitated and aggressive.
I believe you will benefit from microdosing. Based on the above are you saying that your e2 left unchecked is 30 pg/ml? If so, at that level how do you feel? As I kept reading, it seems like if left unchecked it gets quite high, up to 78 pg/ml. Most feel best between 20-30 pg/ml.
You can store the solution at room temperature. The vodka keeps everything sterile. I would try microdosing starting with 2 drops EOD or the 0.072 mg dose. If that still leave your e2 feeling low, you could try one drop per day.
Unfortunately controlling e2 for many is extremely difficult. Our e2 levels are based on various factors as I'm sure you know; FT levels, aromatase enzyme levels, liver clearance rates and gut microbes are linked to estrogen break down as well. I'm certain there are probably more factors that we're not entirely aware of and all of the above can fluctuate naturally, whereas all we're attempting to control is aromatization rates via an aromatase inhibitor.