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Thread: How many cc's fina per mg?

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How many cc's fina per mg?

How many cc's are in a mg? Thanks in advance to those who help me out with this!

2. Cannot answer that question... 1cc=1ml but in order to know 1cc is to a mg we would have to know the mg/ml of the fina, mg per ml=mg per cc

3. Well, if your fina is 100mg/ml, then there would be .01cc in a mg.

A more pertinent question would be how many mg are in a cc.

Last edited by AandF6969; 04-20-2005 at 11:47 AM.

4. haha great question!

5. Originally Posted by Consistency
haha great question!
and very very backward

6. Originally Posted by Thevision
How many cc's are in a mg? Thanks in advance to those who help me out with this!
If it is homebrew, YOU determine how many mg are in one cc. If not, it should tell you on the label. Milligrams refers to the amount, by weight, of the actual hormone contained in the oil. Milliliters refers to the volume of product. So a figure of, for instance, 75mg/ml means that for every 1ml of juice, you have 75mg of hormone. For a dose of 100mg, you would therefore draw out 100 divided by 75 equals 1.33ml.For a dose of 150mg, you would pull 150 divided by 75 equals 2ml. The "conversion" is according to the listed strength of the product. Common sense will tell you if you did your calculations backwards. For instance, if, using the same 75mg/ml in the above examples, you want to shoot 50mg, and you know that there are 75mg in one ml, obviously you will be shooting less than 1ml of gear. So if you divide 75 by 50, (which is wrong) you get 1.5ml, which is certainly not the right amount. But 50 divided by 75 is .66ml, which looks much more like what we are expecting to see.

7. Originally Posted by The Baron
If it is homebrew, YOU determine how many mg are in one cc. If not, it should tell you on the label. Milligrams refers to the amount, by weight, of the actual hormone contained in the oil. Milliliters refers to the volume of product. So a figure of, for instance, 75mg/ml means that for every 1ml of juice, you have 75mg of hormone. For a dose of 100mg, you would therefore draw out 100 divided by 75 equals 1.33ml.For a dose of 150mg, you would pull 150 divided by 75 equals 2ml. The "conversion" is according to the listed strength of the product. Common sense will tell you if you did your calculations backwards. For instance, if, using the same 75mg/ml in the above examples, you want to shoot 50mg, and you know that there are 75mg in one ml, obviously you will be shooting less than 1ml of gear. So if you divide 75 by 50, (which is wrong) you get 1.5ml, which is certainly not the right amount. But 50 divided by 75 is .66ml, which looks much more like what we are expecting to see.

Good answer, took the time to help the guy instead of punking him...

8. Originally Posted by ironfist
Good answer, took the time to help the guy instead of punking him...
Just wasn't in the mood. I'll ream the next one, I guess.

9. Originally Posted by The Baron
Just wasn't in the mood. I'll ream the next one, I guess.
lol noone really "reamed" the guy... just giving him the information he was looking for.