MitoBolic Blue Dosing for a 37lb person

We have a young person who weighs 37lbs taking 4 drops which is around 0.119mg/kg with no noticeable side effects, so we are increasing her to 16 drops which is a little less than 0.5mg/kg.

In the future, I would like to increase daily dosage to 1.0mg/kg, and eventually 2.0mg/kg. At the same time incorporating binders and detoxifiers such as charcoal, zeolite, clay, fiber, vitamins, DMSO, turpentine as needed.

Phase one:

These are the calculations for moving to the next step into the therapeutic range of dosages.

We want to increase to a dosage of 0.5 mg/kg, and the subject weighs 37 pounds.

To calculate the required dosage in milligrams (mg), we need to convert the weight from pounds to kilograms first.

1. Convert pounds to kilograms:

Weight (kg) = 37 lbs × 0.45359237 kg/lb

Weight (kg) ≈ 16.78 kg

2. Calculate the required dosage:

Dosage (mg) = Weight (kg) × Dosage per kg (mg/kg)

Dosage (mg) = 16.78 kg × 0.5 mg/kg

Dosage (mg) = 8.39 mg

3. Convert dosage to the number of drops (given 1 drop = 0.5 mg):

Number of drops = Required dosage (mg) / Dosage per drop (mg/drop)

Number of drops = 8.39 mg / 0.5 mg/drop

Number of drops = 16.78 drops

Phase Two: Move to the next level of therapeutic dosing, 1.0mg/kg

Assuming she still weighs about the same

Calculate for 1.0mg/kg

Dosing at 1.0 mg/kg for a 37-pound person:

– Weight: 37 pounds (approximately 16.78 kg)

– Dosage per kilogram: 1.0 mg/kg

– Total Dosage: 16.78 mg

– Number of drops = Total Dosage / Drops per ml

– Number of drops = 16.78 mg / 0.5 mg/drop

– Number of drops ≈ 33.56 drops (rounded up to the nearest whole drop, which is 34 drops)

So, for a 37-pound person taking a dosage of 1.0 mg/kg, they would need approximately 34 drops.

Phase Three: Continue to increase dosage, monitor improvements

Let’s calculate the number of drops for a 37-pound person to take 2 mg/kg:

1. Dosage per kilogram (mg/kg):

Dosage per kg (mg/kg) = 2 mg/kg

2. Calculate the total dosage for a 37-pound person:

Total Dosage (mg) = Dosage per kg (mg/kg) × Weight in kg

Total Dosage (mg) = 2 mg/kg × 16.78 kg

Total Dosage (mg) ≈ 33.56 mg

3. Calculate the number of drops based on the dosage per drop (0.5 mg/drop):

Number of drops = Total Dosage (mg) / Dosage per drop (mg/drop)

Number of drops = 33.56 mg / 0.5 mg/drop

Number of drops ≈ 67.12 drops

Since you can’t have a fraction of a drop, you would round up to the nearest whole drop. Therefore, a 37-pound person would need approximately 68 drops of the substance to achieve a dosage of 2 mg/kg.

68 drops would equal about 3.4ml of MBB

We would continue to increase dosage within the safety ranges up to 2.0mg/kg.

See a chart I made to help make sure our dosing is correct

Natalya 37lb Dosing Chart.xlsx

Below is the max dosing which we calculate to make sure to stay below this level.

The maximum allowable dose is 5.0mg/kg. At these levels we have to watch out for severe, but reversible side effects such as severe lethargy, cyanosis, and shortness of breath. As long as we keep dosage below this level, we can avoid the severe side effects which I really become even more vigilant about (and advise generally against) as we approach 10.0mg/kg. So even at 5.0mg/kg, we could have up to 50% more leeway till reversible side effects become likely to occur. (Note: if side effects were to occur, all we need to do is reduce dosing protocol)

Let’s calculate the number of drops for a 37-pound person to take 5 mg/kg, and then we’ll convert it to milliliters (ml).

1. Dosage per kilogram (mg/kg):

Dosage per kg (mg/kg) = 5 mg/kg

2. Calculate the total dosage for a 37-pound person:

Total Dosage (mg) = Dosage per kg (mg/kg) × Weight in kg

Total Dosage (mg) = 5 mg/kg × 16.78 kg

Total Dosage (mg) ≈ 83.9 mg

3. Calculate the number of drops based on the dosage per drop (0.5 mg/drop):

Number of drops = Total Dosage (mg) / Dosage per drop (mg/drop)

Number of drops = 83.9 mg / 0.5 mg/drop

Number of drops ≈ 167.8 drops

Since you can’t have a fraction of a drop, you would round up to the nearest whole drop. Therefore, a 37-pound person would need approximately 168 drops of the substance to achieve a dosage of 5 mg/kg.

Now, its virtually impossible to count 168 drops so we have the information that 20 drops equal 1 milliliter (ml), we can proceed with the conversion from drops to milliliters for the maximal allowable dosage of 5 mg/kg.

Calculate the total volume in milliliters (ml) for the dosage of 5 mg/kg:

Total Dosage (ml) = Number of drops / Drops per ml

Total Dosage (ml) = 168 drops / 20 drops/ml

Total Dosage (ml) = 8.4 ml

Therefore, for a 37-pound person to take a dosage of 5 mg/kg, they would need approximately 168 drops, which is equivalent to 8.4 milliliters (ml) when considering that 20 drops equal 1 milliliter.

Dosage (mg/kg) Weight (kg) Total Dosage (mg) Drops Needed

The “Drops Needed” values are rounded up to the nearest whole drop, and the “Volume (ml)” column calculates the corresponding volume based on the conversion factor of 20 drops per 1 milliliter.

I only mention the high end dosing level (5.0mg/kg) so we know as long as we stay less than 168 drops (8.4ml) of MBB per day, we are well within the known safety limits of dosing. At 68 drops, which is the highest I would recommend (2.0mg/kg), you still have a safety margin of 100 drops daily LESS than the known levels which begin the risk of side effects.  By Dr. Anthony Usera By Dr. Anthony Usera