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Re: PMDD's MgSO4
Hi Johnny from SJ, CA.
The designation of some chemical XXX+xH2O means that the chemical bonds in
a complex with water... it "absorbs" this water from the air. So your
solid MgSO4 IS really MgSO4+7H2O, you don't have to add the water
- Erik Donley Olson,
from Sea, WA
On Sun, 28 Feb 1999, Johnny Au wrote:
> i've just gotten a hold of some MgSO4 to make pmdd. this stuff is solid, as opposed to
> the liquid form required. anyone know how much water i need to add to get it hydrated
> properly? the krib site lists this ingredient as MgSO4+7H2O. how much water is that
> exactly? thanks for any input.
> johnny, sj, ca
> nvision at jps_net
erik at thekrib dot com