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Question Measurements/equivalents

11 May 2014 01:28 - 11 May 2014 01:30 #44258 by Rev Glenda
Measurements/equivalents was created by Rev Glenda
I have compiled a list of measurements - Please check them for accuracy. And could they be posted so they could be searched for?? The drop amounts - may not be what most use - please see my reason:

Equivalents/measurements
Cc/ ml are the same -- tsp= teaspoon T = tablespoon c= cup oz = ounce

The drop amounts listed below may not be exact to the dropper you use, as all droppers aren't the same.
I.e,. 1 ml/cc could = 20 to 24 drops, depending on size of your drops—I am using 20 drops per 1 cc/ml in my calculations.

1 cc/ml = 20 drops = ¼ tsp
2 cc/ml = 40 drops = 1/2 tsp
5 cc/ml = 100 drops = 1 1/4 tsp
8 cc/ml = 160 drops = 2 tsp
15 cc/ml= 375 drops = 3 tsp = 1 T. = 1/16 cup = ½ oz.
30 cc/ml = 750 drops = 6 tsp = 2 T. = 1/8 cup = 1 oz.
60 cc/ml = 12 tsp = 4 T = ¼ cup = 2 oz.
80 cc/ml = 16 tsp = 5 T = 1/3 cup = 3 oz.
120 cc/ml = ½ glass = 24 tsp = 8 T = ½ cup = 4 oz.
150 cc/ml = 32 tsp = 11 T = 2/3 cup = 5 oz.
180 cc/ml = 36 tsp = 12 t = ¾ cup = 6 oz.
240 cc/ml = 1 glass = 48 tsp = 16 T = 1 cup = 8 oz.

Qt = 32 oz Liter = 33.81 fluid oz

1 KG = 2.2 pounds

These may help others - I had a horrible time trying to figure them out when I first started. All I knew was cups and teaspoons, I know there are others out there like me.

Thank you - Rev Glenda :unsure:

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11 May 2014 02:24 #44263 by freeagain
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thanks for sharing.
This will help many people.

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11 May 2014 14:48 #44271 by pam
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Also, as long as you are on he web, there are conversion tables -

converting mL to Tsp, etc. I just put ml to tsp in my browser URL bar (I have chrome) - and it brings up all the converters.

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11 May 2014 18:14 #44276 by nzdutchie
Replied by nzdutchie on topic Measurements/equivalents
Is there any info about how much ClO2 is produced from say 1 ml of sodium chlorite solution that could be expressed as parts per million? I'm just curious how ClO2 a person would be taking into their body over a day if they're on a protocol that recommends a dose every hour for 10 hours a day. Thanks

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