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    Default Oxytocin supplement?

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    This sounds way too

    good to be true, but the company is one that I've had good experiences with for other products. Thoughts

    anyone?

    http://www.oxy-tocin.com/index.php?u...utomer_service

    The label at the bottom of their order page says you

    spray it under your tounge http://www.oxy-tocin.com/index.php?m...e&id=55&lang=1

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    Default Ripoff

    Notice that this stuff has

    only trace amounts of active ingredients. Plus, oxy is unstable and needs to be refridgerated.

    This is a

    royal rip off.

    I've had the real deal and it does make one lovey dovey in a sentimental way.

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    Certainly manufacturers of Oxytocin

    seem to be recommend refridgeration for long-term viability. Although some allow room temperatures up to 30oC for 30

    days to 3 months.

    Can't comment on that particular nasal product, but I've seen some perscription ones.

    For example, there is one called Syntocinon ($60-$70?) made by Novartis Pharmaceuticals and contains synthetic

    oxytocin. Novartis suggest up to 3 months at room tempetatures. Pitocin is another perscription product.



    Another example:

    http://www.medicinenet.com/oxytocin-nasal/article.htm
    STORAGE:

    Store at room temperature and keep away from moisture and sunlight. Do not freeze.

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    would be interesting if it

    worked for social anxiety, there are positive reviews about liquid trust here

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