Pure Aspirin powder: 99% pure, exceeds USP standards for human consumption. Purity is high enough to be used for research sensitive to impurities. 1% residue is salicylic acid and moisture.
Processed on dedicated equipment to prevent cross-contamination with other products.
Serving Size: Included scoop yields 110 mg. Scoop included is one of our "70 mg" scoops. Aspirin is heavier than most powders we carry, so this scoop yields more product than it is advertised to measure elsewhere on our website.
Use a scale for the following applications:
1) If exact measurements are essential.
2) You are planning on larger measurements greater than three scoops.
Suggested Use: We are not allowed by the FDA to give dosage advice for this product. You can find recommendations on Drugs.com.
Aspirin is an OTC Drug, not a nutritional supplement.
Cautions & Warnings: Visit Drugs.com for compete details.
Because this product is a powder, the risk of overdose is higher than other forms of aspirin.
If you experience unusual bleeding, dark stool, or symptoms of an allergic reaction, seek medical attention immediately.
Use a scale if doses larger measurements than 3 scoops at a time is planned.
Do not use larger scoops than the one provided. Yields become progressively inaccurate with larger scoops.
Aspirin overdose is not reversible with vitamin K2 or anything available without a prescription.
Care and Storage:
THIS PRODUCT IS PRESERVATIVE-FREE.
Use within 1 year of opening.
After opening, keep tightly sealed and store at room temperature in a dry location away from light.
Do not refrigerate after opening; doing so will increase the uptake of moisture and spoil this product. This product may be refrigerated if the original manufacturer's seal has not been broken.
Precautions: Aspirin powder is more easily overdosed than aspirin tablets and is the only risk different from taking regular aspirin.
Suggested Serving Size: 110 mg (1 scoop) every 4-6 hours. Do not exceed three scoops per serving. Do not exceed 12 scoops total in 24 hours without the direction of a healthcare professional.
Warning: Only use the provided scoop or a milligram scale to measure serving sizes. The use of larger measuring devices is highly inaccurate and can result in unintentional overdose. Overdose: Overconsuming aspirin is a medical emergency. If you suspect a potential overdose, seek emergency medical attention immediately.
Overdose can come with a wide variety of symptoms, including:
Seek medical attention immediately if you experience any of the following.
Excessive bruising, Tarry stool, Vomiting blood, Vomiting or other stomach problems, Difficulty breathing or taking rapid breaths, Ringing in your ears, Blurry vision, Restlessness, Irritability, Confusion, Delirium, Seizures, Severe headache, Poor balance, Feeling drowsy,
Collapsing, Losing consciousness or Coma, or Rash.
Signs of chronic overdose may be different and develop over days or weeks. Chronic overdose symptoms may include: Extreme tiredness, Low fever, Confusion, Collapse or Loss of consciousness, Fast heart rate, Taking rapid uncontrollable breaths.
Rare side-effect: It is possible to be allergic to pure aspirin. Do not take this product if you are allergic to aspirin. Discontinue use immediately if you experience signs of a potential allergic reaction such as itching, hives, rash, difficulty breathing, tongue swelling, etc.
- Common questions for aspirin powder.
- Q: Does aspirin powder dissolve in water or juice?:
- A: No.
- Q: How do I take aspirin powder?:
- A: We suggest placing the aspirin powder under your tongue and chasing it with water or juice. You can also put the powder in a shot glass of liquid and swallow it that way. You can also try yogurt, shakes, or anything else on the thick side.
- Q: Is aspirin powder more dangerous than tablets?:
- A: Aspirin powder is more easily overdosed. There are no additional risks. Only use the provided scoop or a milligram scale.
- Q: What are the symptoms of aspirin overdose?:
- A: Overdose: Overconsuming aspirin is a medical emergency. If you suspect a potential overdose, seek emergency medical attention immediately. See the bottom of the main product page for a more detailed list.
- Q: How much aspirin can I take?:
- A: One to three scoops every 4-6 hours. Do not exceed 12 scoops in 24 hours. Do not exceed 3 scoops per dose. Or as directed by your physician.
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Love this powder--so grateful for such a pure and reliable support!
Great quality, easy to take and really like that it comes with the scoop.
Love the no fillers. Pure
This is a great product with no fillers. I mix with boiling water and a tiny amount of bicarb if I'm using up to 1g, then drink the cooled solution after food. My last order these were missed out however Peter sent them out the next day with upgraded shipping to me here in the UK and I received a few days later. Outstanding service. Very much appreciated.
I love this aspirin! Absolutely no fillers! I just mix it with a little milk and chocolate.
Excellent for use in mixing with colidial mixtures as in colloidial Zinc and colloidal copper
Everything is almost perfect except the miscibility
The measuring spoon in the aspirin bottle compliments the quality product inside. Excellent service, arrived in good timing. I plan on staying with this company because of their quality and fair pricing.
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A good way to dose exactly how much you want when microdosing, etc.
Where else can you get pure aspirin powder without the questionable additives that saturate the market? This seems to be all there is. High quality, tasteless, and easy to measure with the accurate transfer spoon that was in the bottle (verified by milligram scale).
Product is as described, only it is not described how to use the product. For example, dissolve in hot water and drink only the water, or also eat the crystals?