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Re: Is my Maths correct? Larry Hoover

Posted by bluedog on April 11, 2003, at 5:23:45

In reply to Re: Thanks Larry bluedog, posted by Larry Hoover on April 10, 2003, at 14:53:44

> Just a bit about seeking out the highest quality of supplements (where evidence for such is available)....
>
> You're not contemplating a one-time exposure to the supplement, you're contemplating a recurrent exposure to the same material. If there was to be any adverse effect, the most likely would arise from cumulative exposure to some impurity. So, the higher the standard of purity, the safer you are.
>
> Lar


Hi Larry

I ended up buying the cheaper of the two substances because the supplier only had a 500g quantity avaialable of the (slightly) less pure substance in my city. However I contacted the companies head office and they assured me that the BP grade I purchased was actually Pharmaceutical grade AND food grade and was in fact pure enough to feed intravenously to hospital patients. The company actually pointed out to me that the BP grade Mag Chlor I was purchasing would in all probability be purer than the tap water I drink each day with regard to trace element contaminants so I felt safe purchasing the BP grade Mag Chlor.


If my magnesium trial with the 500g pack works out well for my health and overall vitality, I will then order a 5kg tub of the (slightly) purer product next time round.

Now for my maths...please correct me if I am wrong.

Firstly To prevent the laxative effect kicking in I wish to start out conservatively and take only 150mg of elemental Mg in each separate dose.

1. My 500g tub of MgCL26H20 contains 400x150mg doses of elemental magnesium...Right?????

Secondly I just so happen to have a 20ml measuring cup at home (came with a cough mixture I once purchased). So rearranging your formula around I calculate the following:_

2. If I dissolve 62.5g of my Mag Chlor in 1000ml of water I will get 150mg of elemental Mg in every 20ml dose....Right????

This is the easiest way I can think of with the resources I currently have at home of getting a fairly accurate 150mg of elemental Mg per dose. (I'm not particularly worried about a few mg more or less each way).

3. Please correct me if I'm wrong :) :). My maths has definitely slipped over the years...what you don't use you lose...Right?????

Thanks Larry

regards
bluedog



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