The concern is that with heavy calcium consumption over year of dosing would add too much sulfate using just epsom salts which is magnesium sulfate. That does no happen with magnesium chloride. I did my first one time correction with epsom salts and things seemed fine. But using mag chloride is probably better.I noticed in that article you can use just straight epsom salt is that ok or do i have to use the magnesium chloride with it.
Yes. Both can be done.and what I'm getting from the article you only add the mag. portion when your done the whole gal. of the other 2 parts or can you add it along with adding the others.
Yesand is the 0.5ml is that half of the 1ml
the only dumb question is the one not asked( sorry if I' sounding dumb
With this method it is best IMHO to weigh out the dry stuff. I bought a digital scale for that purpose. But you can also use a measureing cup as well.but I'm using the measuring cup that came on the cap of the B-Ionic bottle the lowest on the cap is 2.5 ml so i need to figure out for calc.