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milligram

, milligramme
one thousandth of a gram.

milligram

[′mil·ə‚gram]
(mechanics)
A unit of mass equal to one-thousandth of a gram. Abbreviated mg.
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CBD enthusiasts also have an array of size and strength options, including one 25-milligram or 50-milligram gummy, or packs of five or 10 gummy droplets containing 10 milligrams.
My morning cup of coffee is almost 4 ounces and gives me 79-89 milligrams of caffeine.
The amount far exceeded the ministry-advised maximum daily caffeine intake for children aged 19 and under of 25 milligrams per kilogram of weight.
When compared with a popular sports drink per 100 milligrams, coco water has more potassium (294 milligrams versus 11.7 milligrams), less sodium (25 milligrams versus 41 milligrams), more chloride (118 milligrams versus 39 milligrams), more magnesium (10 milligrams versus 7 milligrams), and less sugars (5 milligrams versus 6 milligrams).
All nutrition information is listed in metric measurements, such as grams and milligrams; these numbers represent the weight, rather than the volume, of a substance.
Dixie sells bubbly, fruit-flavored drinks in 250-milliliter bottles that contain either 40 or 75 milligrams of THC, so you need a measuring cup (and possibly a calculator) to get the dose right.
Each gram of Earthlight contains 40,000 IU of vitamin D, which means the FDA Daily Value (DV) can be attained with just 10 milligrams of the ingredient.
That 2-milligram dose eventually, slowly was increased to 800 milligrams. By the end of the experimental period of six months, over 80 percent of the children involved became able to eat five peanuts at a time without risk of a deadly allergic reaction, something once thought to be a pipe dream for children with severe allergies.
government to lower the recommended daily limit for sodium intake from 2,300 milligrams to 1,500 milligrams--about two-thirds of a teaspoon.
A daily dose of between 200 and 300 milligrams of caffeine - roughly equivalent to one cup of fresh coffee or two cups of instant - increased the risk of a baby being small for gestational age (SGA) by up to 62%.
The recommended dosage of acetaminophen is 4,000 milligrams in a 24-hour period (one extra-strength capsule of Tylenol contains 500 milligrams).
According to the report, a slice of white bread contains 80 milligrams to 230 milligrams of sodium, a fast food cheeseburger can contain nearly 1,700 milligrams of sodium and a cup of chicken noodle soup can contain nearly 1,000 milligrams of sodium.