I am an experienced Tren user, but made my first homemade batch.
Most web sources say homemade tren (from Fina cartridges) should be baked at 250 degrees F. I realize not everyone bakes.
But Tren has a melting point of something like (not exact, but it is under 200 F) 198 F. How does this not destroy the Tren?
Reading between the lines, I think the argument is that the BA boiling point is around 400 F, therefore anything under that, the Tren won't melt.
I'm only into my third day, but no night sweats as I normally would have. Vivid dreams is there.
I baked my Tren at 250 F, but it hit 300 F twice within the 30 minutes, momentarily.
Do you think my tren could be seriously degraded from the bake, and can you explain the contradiction on Tren melting point vs. baking at 250 F (which is above the melting point)?