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  • peterfile
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    Quantity sufficient for

    Premier Icon mangoridebike
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    and this is why I love STW 🙂

    thank you very much, I had wondered if that was what it meant, but had not found any way of confirming it. I thought you were a hot shot lawyer (when you’re not clambering over mountains)?

    peterfile
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    my best mate is a doctor in psychopharmacology in the US. I just text him 🙂

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    I was impressed by the speed of your response anyway, but it having gone to the US and back in between times, that is awesome 🙂

    peterfile
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    haha, i was already talking to him and just threw in the question alongside “how was the surf yesterday?” 🙂

    What did we do before the internet and mobile phonesSTW eh?

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    For a random work task I’ve been looking through the product characteristics sheets for some treatments and I’ve come across the term “excipients q.s.f.”

    I know that exipients are essentially the filler used to carry and aid the injestion of the active ingredient, but what does the q.s.f. mean?

    it seems to appear in the format:

    each product contains

    active ingredient 0.2g
    excipients q.s.f 100g

    anyone with any ideas?

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    this is the reason why STW is so good and so popular. The arguing minority bring it down a tad but breadth of knowledge and friendliness of the the majority keep it top of the pile in my book.

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