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Equipment

Water Titration Supplies  

Before you begin you need a few supplies to measure properly. The graduated cylinder measured in milliliters is perhaps the most important tool. 

MS75-222 mortar & pestle                  $4.47 (you can use a bowl and the back of a spoon)

Cylinder                                           $40.56

Personal Power Mixer/Blender             $18.93

You also need a funnel, which you may have in your kitchen, and a plastic syringe marked in milliliters that is available free at the pharmacy. It holds 10 mls. 

Some additional notes on Equipment

The graduated cylinder and blender can only be ordered online.

The mortar and pestle can be purchased anywhere they sell cooking supplies. A large tupperware plastic container with a lid can replace the blender for shaking up the daily dose.

The most important item and the hardest to get at a retail outlet would be the graduated cylinder. Cooking supply stores sell graduated containers but they are graduated in very large amounts such as 50ml or more. The graduated cylinder online measures in 2ml increments which is necessary to make small cuts in your daily dose.

You may be able to purchase the graduated cylinder at a retail outlet if you can find a store that sells chemistry supplies, otherwise you must purchase it online.

As for the blender vs. the Tupperware container -- we prefer the blender because we feel it mixes well but others have shaken their doses in containers; it's your choice.

Disclaimer:  The information contained in this website was not compiled by a doctor or anyone with medical training. The advice contained herein should not be substituted for the advice of a physician who is well-informed in the subject matter discussed. Before making any decisions about your health or treatment you should always confer with your physician and it is always assumed that you will do so.

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Last updated 22 July 2015