How to calculate how much "ml" to inject a certain amount of "mg", or how much "ml" you'll need if you wishes to inject a specific amount per week, etc. Here is simple but powerful tool for those needs.
Enter number values
in just two fields, third one will be calculated automatically.
Press "Reset values" button if you want another calculation.
Examples of calculations
1. If you take Deca Durabolin 250 mg/ml - how much ml is that ? Deca Durabolin 250 mg/ml vail, and wish to inject 200 mg per shot.
Enter 250 in the field marked mg/ml and 200 in the field marked mg, third one will be calculated automatically. So You need to inject 0.8 ml.
2. Nandrolone Decanoate bottle that contains 10 ml per 250 mg - what is the amount of Nandrolone Decanoate in one ml?
Enter 250 in the field marked mg, and 10 in the field marked ml, third one will be calculated automatically. So you have Nandrolone Decanoate that contains 25 mg/ml.
3. You wish to take of Deca Durabolin 450 mg per week, so if you buy Deca Durabolin 100 mg/ml, how many ml do you need?
Enter 450 in the field marked mg, and 100 in the field marked mg/ml third one will be calculated automatically. So you need 4.5 ml of Deca Durabolin per week.
If you have a 1,500 iu vial of HCG which comes with a 1ml vial of sterile water, once you mix the vials together, you will now have 1,500 iu of HCG in one milliliter (1ml) of solution. If you do not have the proper syringe, it would be quite tricky to break this down into small dosages such as 500i.u. If all you have available is larger syringes such as 3cc or 5cc, a good trick would be to mix the HCG with your own USP grade water. To make it very easy, if you mix three cc's of water with your vial of 1,500 iu HCG, you will now have a nice concentration of 500 iu per milliliter (500 iu/ml). This was calculated by dividing the units by the volume, so 1,500 iu divided by three milliliters (1,500 iu/3ml) is equal to 500 iu per milliliter.
The same applies for HGH.
This naturally can be applied to any substance as long as you know two of the variables.
Please contact your doctor about this. When it comes to your health, better safe than sorry.