This is a note for those who need to take a lot of potassium on Freddd's B12 treatment. When I was doing the B12 treatment I usually used potassium gluconate powder. I once ran out of powder and had to rely on tablets. I discovered that I had to take 30% more of the tablet form than the powder to have the same reduction in my hypokalemia symptoms. This is comparing an equal elemental amount of potassium between tablets and powder. I tried two different brands of tablets but each required that I take 30% more than the powder form. It took me by surprise and used up my tablet supply faster than expected. Maybe the tablet binders reduce absorption, or possibly my gut doesn't break down tablets properly, so this variation might not apply to everyone. It may be useful to know about in case you currently use powder but rely on tablets as a backup and haven't checked to see if they have equivalent effect, or if you want to save money (and ingestion of binders) by using powder instead.