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Magnesium by injection

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

  1. curry

    curry Senior Member

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    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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