Hi, not to hijack you question but I’ve been trying to find the right dose for me as well. I’ve been taking norcos 5 times a day for 7 years. My trouble is I’ve tried kratom from 3 different places and haven’t found one that works for me. (Although my first time it did work very well but haven’t been able to duplicate it. 3 grams, red vein Sumatra) I’ve since tried white, Borneo, red Maeng Da and I have a few more but haven’t tried yet. Im afraid two take more than 2 teaspoons of powder at a time. And I’ve noticed I have to dose more. I’m 330 lbs and 6’3” tall.
According to , while aspirin should never be given to puppies because their systems can't break it down, you can give your adult dog aspirin to relieve pain and/or inflammation, and you should always give it with food. The recommended dosage is 5 mg to 10 mg of aspirin per pound of a dog's weight, as recommended by your veterinarian, and it can be given once every 12 hours. Let your vet know how many milligrams are in the type of aspirin tablet you intend to use, as found on the container label, and your vet will recommend how to cut the tablet down to reach the proper dosage.