A package insert will always be included in your packaging every time you purchase a drug or peptides from a store or online. The insert is like a certification and it is a legal requirement for it to be included in the packaging.
It normally contains basic and vital information about the peptide, and it is imperative to read it carefully and understand more about the peptides you just bought. It is, however, regrettable that the majority of buyers never take their time to read the insert. Alternatively, they read it but do not understand what it means. If you fall into this category, here is a solid explanation for you.
The first thing you will notice on the package insert, is the name of the peptide. This can be a chemical name, a trade name or a generic name. Next, you will find the picture of the peptides, as well as its chemical and structural formulation.
This is very important and if you purchased it from vendors online, this is what will determine whether the peptide you ordered was delivered correctly. Should you find that it is different from the one you had hoped to purchase, you should either return it or discard it.
Then there is also the ID or the approval number of the peptide in the insert. The ID or the approval number is normally unique to each and every peptide, and if there is anything wrong with the peptide, this is the number you will submit to the authorities for further investigations.
If the peptide you purchased happens to not have this number displayed somewhere, then it is probably fake, and you should not take the risk of using it for whatever your intended purpose was. Such peptides and their vendors should be reported immediately to the authorities.