How many ml or cc in a gram ?

If I wanted to do 2 grams of test how many cc is that ? Or ml ?

Thanks

1000mgs in a gram, if your test was 250mgs/ml that would be 4mls and you can figure the math out from there, it depends on the mg/ml ratio of the actual gear your using

Thanks Irish,

I was readin DC's training method which I use myself just a variation to the training.

I was reading the article and he said 2 grams of test for 4 weeks then for 2 weeks back down to 300 to 400mg.

Thats alot of test.

Unless I am not understanding this correctly.

Reason for interest is I have used 500mg a week ( Andropen) and results were ok.

I bumped it to 800mg and saw alot better results .. though water retention sucked.

So I now am using Test Cyp at 500mg a week with t-bol.

So trying to understand what 2 grams of test a week is ..

Thanks Irish,I was readin DC's training method which I use myself just a variation to the training.

I was reading the article and he said 2 grams of test for 4 weeks then for 2 weeks back down to 300 to 400mg.

Thats alot of test.

Unless I am not understanding this correctly.

Reason for interest is I have used 500mg a week ( Andropen) and results were ok.

I bumped it to 800mg and saw alot better results .. though water retention sucked.

So I now am using test cyp at 500mg a week with t-bol.

So trying to understand what 2 grams of test a week is ..

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**2 grams of test is alot of test regardless of experience..if you had great results at 800 stay around that area..in gear terms more isnt always best**

Look at your vial.

It should say how many mg/ml.

A mg (milligram) is a unit of weight. 1000mg = 1g (gram)

A ml (milliliter) is a unit of volume. 1ml = 1 cc. 1000ml = 1L (liter)

So if your vial says 250mg/ml that means that each ml has 250mg of medication in it.

Here's the math based on your question.

250mg/ml. 1000/250=4. So 4ml = 1000mg. (this is only if your vial says 250mg/ml..if it says something different, you'll have to change the figures and do the math yourself).

The formula is volume times the dose divided by the supply.

So 1ml times 1000 (desired amount of drug) = 1000

1000 divided by 250 (the supply/ml in this example) = 4

Then you have your answer...4ml.

Hope that helped.

I don't have AAS experience, but calculate drug dosages and give them every day - and that's how it's done with most of them.

no need to go into mg/kg/min dosing here. That confuses my students when we first go into calculating that one.

Thanks Irish,I was readin DC's training method which I use myself just a variation to the training.

I was reading the article and he said 2 grams of test for 4 weeks then for 2 weeks back down to 300 to 400mg.

Thats alot of test.

Unless I am not understanding this correctly.

Reason for interest is I have used 500mg a week ( Andropen) and results were ok.

I bumped it to 800mg and saw alot better results .. though water retention sucked.

So I now am using Test Cyp at 500mg a week with t-bol.

So trying to understand what 2 grams of test a week is ..

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**i know when i saw how much test he was taking i could not believe it. and he just goes up and down then ups it more. thats a ton of test, i would be afraid to take that much**

Thx for all the replies and help guys.

far as DC method I think I will saty around 800mg for now.

Just can't imagine the bloating with 2 grams .. lol

Not to mention BP and chloestral levels. (spelled wrong I know)

Thanks again for all the help.

I thought it was excessive too - but I still have no experience. Hope the calculations helped a bit - you can use them for anything if you know how many milligrams are in each milliliter.

A lot of those vets front load like that....IMO too much, but then again, I've never done TWO FREAKIN GRAMS of test.