If possible, always store both the freeze dried powder and the mixed solution in refrigerator (do not freeze).
Before mixing (lyophilized / freeze dried Epitalon powder):
refrigerated between 2 – 8 degrees celsius (36 – 46 Fahrenheit) it can be used for 24 months
at room temperature (up to 37 degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit) it can be used for over 90 days
After reconstitution (liquid Selank):
liquid Selank should be refrigerated between 2 – 8 degrees celsius (36 – 46 Fahrenheit) at all times. It should not be frozen.
when in liquid form Selank should be used within 20 days
There was NO reason for Backstreet Bully to die. He had a home waiting for him and years of life left in him. He had numerous people trying desperately to save his life. Those involved in the horse slaughter industry refused to allow anyone to save Backstreet Bully. The auctioneer ignored Mindy Lovell when she attempted to bid on the horse at the Ontario Livestock Exchange auction (OLEX). The kill buyer who did buy him falsely claimed the horse was sold as “meat only” and one official at the auction mentioned that the auction might decide to designate all the Thoroughbreds as “meat only” at the sale. That would mean that only kill buyers would be able to buy them. Private individuals and equine rescues would be unable to bid on them. Quite ironic. The equine advocates are actually trying to help by taking the unfit horses out of the food chain and instead of gratitude, they get nothing but attitude from the auction all the way to the slaughterhouses.
Kelso’s breeding is the happy result of a deliberate outcross, Mrs. du Pont explained. “You see, Maid of Flight is American, while Your Host is English.” Pursued, in extenso, this comes to hybrid vigor. A. B. Hancock refers to hybrid vigor as the “greatest ally the breeder can have in producing topnotch racehorses,” though it would seem detrimental at stud. But neither Your Host nor Maid of Flight is inbred, so what the Wilmington sportswoman has done is pursue the fromula exploited so successfully by James R. Keene and Col. E. R. Bradley, who crossed native and imported lines. This is probably as commendable a pattern as any if one’s object is to maintain a private stud and stable. .