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    Default Pheromone Manufacturer differences.

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    Do you guys reckon there is much of a difference between the None in different Manufacturers products?

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    Some manufacturers have less

    impurities like Stonelabs and it smells cleaner...some add other agents to it to try to reduce any negative effects

    the raw form may have, but other than that they all function almost the same even if it does have some

    impurities..

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    If you mean the ones that

    actually produce the finished product, the only real difference would be mixtures, concentrations and scent. If you

    mean the raw pheromone product, I'd bet that there are very few laboratories producing raw pheromones and

    distributing it to various companies around the world to manufacture finished products. I couldn't guess about the

    relative purity of the raw product.
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    belgareth i thought that stone

    labs were able to make the product from the base ingredients ? isnt it all the one in the same process or are there

    different levels of production of the pheromone - androgen substances

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    I'm not a chemist, much less

    an organic chemist and don't know the processes used. But my experience is that when you create a given compound

    there are all sorts of other residual processes and compounds. Purity is a tough thing to accomplish and is usually

    a product of several other steps. Almost nothing is the product of absolutely clean, pure base ingredients. Often

    there are several ways to achieve an end product and some ways are better than others at producing a high quality

    and stable end product. But I am guessing here.
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    from what I've read 98% purity is

    top notch for synthetic pheromones.

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