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From: Shay
Date: 2011-10-20 17:20:38 UTC
Subject: Re: [ferrethealth] Re: slow release melatonin
To: "" <>

So the bottle i have says "Melatonin 1MG Liquid" then on the back it says to take "4ML".. So is the 1mg in 4ml or is it 1mg per 1ml.. It doesnt specify..


1.0 ml means the liquid volume that you are dispensing. 1.0 mg is the amount of actual melatonin that you want to dispense. The bottle should tell you the strength in mg/ml, meaning how many milligrams of the melatonin are in each milliliter of liquid suspension. So, if it’s 1.0 mg/ml, then 1.0 ml of the liquid will have 1.0 mg
of melatonin. If it’s 2.0 mg/ml, then you would use 0.5 ml of the liquid to dispense the 1.0 mg of the melatonin.
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