Buy the 17.9 oz container, best bargain.
answered 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Apologies. I do not have ready access to the answer to your question. But, I can think of reasons why one might need this information, so I needed to express an opinion in defense of your being allowed to ask the question without being "shutdown" or being ridiculed.
There are uses for this product hat are not accommodated by the online or package information. My first experience with Miralax was on recommendation of my Veterinarian, I had to figure out the dosage that was best.
Just as an approximatation, my guess is that each capful (recommended dosage) is about 2 tablespoons full. My first guess is that the small jar of 15 doses ( my guess of 30 Tablespoons full) would be a good place to start. This way, if you are mail ordering, you would have sufficient product on hand to begin.
Since I need this in my household now on a semi-regular basis, if funds allow, I prefer to have sufficient quantities on hand in advance to prevent and respond to GI problems, animals or humans.
answered 5 months, 3 weeks ago
If you have kitchen measuring spoons or a measuring cup, I'm sure you can find the answer. I know that's what I would have to do.
The large size, but why would you need 11 tablespoons?
the one with the amount of doses you need on the bottle. I think this would be the small 15 dose pack
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
The cap of the bottle is the measurement of how much you need to take each time, so calculate how many times you are planning to take it and buy the closer size to that amount.
Also I believe that if you look the bottle on the web site will tell you the different sizes how many times you can take it.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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