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Magnesium by injection

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by curry, Oct 9, 2010.

  1. curry

    curry Senior Member

    I've been self injecting magnesium sulphate for some time and it helps quite a bit with muscle stifness. So far I've used magnesium sulphate as injection solution from a pharmacy. I would like to start preparing my own injection ampules though, as the ones I buy are quite expensive and the concentration still seems too low. But I don't know how to do...
    Magnesium sulphate sold in stores comes as powder, so how do I get this into a solution which can be injected? And what would be a reasonable concentration?

    Many thanks.

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