Recent Examples of milligram from the Web
The petition singles out the OxyContin 80 milligram tablet, which is taken twice daily, adding up to 240 morphine-equivalent milligrams.
Up to 400 milligrams of caffeine a day is considered generally healthy for adult consumption.
The National Sleep Foundation recommends taking between two tenths of a milligram and up to five milligrams for insomnia.
The measurement is expressed in milligrams or grams of the potentially toxic substance per kilogram of body weight.
The best part of a bluff charge is that every last milligram of adrenaline drops into your body.
The company makes Narcan in a concentrated, four-milligram dose that has proven effective to those overdosing on fentanyl and other synthetic opioids.
The newest research in medical marijuana is microdosing, using a low dose of THC (somewhere between 2.5 and 5 milligrams) to reap the plant’s medicinal superpowers without any of the buzz or brain fog.
One portabella can have more than 500 milligrams of potassium.
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