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.
Less than 32 cents per gram!
Serving Size: Included scoop yields 110 mg.
BABY ASPIRIN DOSE IS 81 mg: To achieve this dose, we recommend using our Stainless Steel Microscoop which measures 12-15 mg of aspirin powder. You would need approximately 5-6 level microscoops to get 81 mg. Alternatively, you can use our Milligram Scale to weigh an exact serving.
Use a scale for the following applications
1) If exact measurements are essential.
2) You are planning on larger measurements greater than 330mg (3 of the included scoop) at any one time.
How to take aspirin powder
There is no need to pre-dissolve aspirin powder. The combination of water and natural stomach acid will completely dissolve the powder a few minutes after consumption. See FAQ.
Take with food. If you experience stomach discomfort, drink more water and reduce your dose next time.
Methods of ingestion
1) Place the powder under your tongue and imedeatly follow it with 6-8 ounces of water.
2) Place it in a small amount of water, swirll and swallow quickly.
3) Mix into a smoothie or yogurt.
Aspirin is an OTC Drug, not a nutritional supplement. We are not allowed by the FDA to give dosage advice for this product. You can find recommendations on Drugs.com.
Physical Properties & What To Expect
Solubility: Pure aspirin does not dissolve in water to any useful degree. Solubility is ~3mg per liter of water. See FAQ for more info.
Texture: The powder is slightly granular and not a fine powder. We do this deliberately to eliminate the need for desiccant packs and preservatives.
Falvor: Bland to tasteless. Some individuals may detect a slight note of acidity.
Aroma: None to Bland. Some individuals may detect a vinegar (acetic acid) smell. This results from not including silica additives to inhibit acetic acid gas production. When aspirin is exposed to humidity, it produces traces of acetic acid gas. The aroma is harmless unless the powder shows signs that it is wet.
Cautions & Warnings: Visit Drugs.com for compete details.
Unintentional Overdose Risk:
Only use the provided 110 mg scoop, 15 mg microscoop, or a digital milligram scale to measure serving sizes. The use of larger measuring devices is highly inaccurate and can result in unintentional overdose.
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; doing so will increase the uptake of moisture and spoil this product.
Precautions: Aspirin powder is more easily overdosed than aspirin tablets.
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.
Low Dose: Use our 15mg microscoop, or digital milligram scale.
Servings larger than 330 mg (3 scoops): Use a digital milligram scale.
Warning: Only use the provided scoop, microscoop, 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.
Q: Why don't I need to pre-dissolve the aspirin powder.
A: Aspirin is most soluble when combined with water and hydrochloric acid. Taking your dose with water and food is enough to rapidly dissolve the aspirin in the stomach.
Q: Why doesn't aspirin powder dissolve in water?
A: Real aspirin that is unaltered and free of chemical additives does not effectively dissolve in water due to its molecular structure. Pure aspirin has a benzene ring (C6H6), which is hydrophobic (water-hating) and does not interact with water. It does have a hydrophilic (water-loving) carboxyl group (COOH) and a polar acetyl group (CH3O) that interact mildly with water and account for its slight solubility of about 3 mg per liter of water. However, these hydrophilic groups are highly interactive with a polar solvent of (H2O and HCl), water, and stomach acid. When taken with a glass of water, aspirin powder dissolves quickly and is absorbed rapidly.
Q: How do I use aspirin powder?
A: Aspirin powder is a filler & chemical-free alternative to aspirin tablets which contain many unwanted fillers, biners, and chemicals. You can use it in doses just like any other form of aspirin. The only difference is that you must use the provided 1/32nd of a teaspoon scoop or a milligram scale to prevent accidental overdose.
Q: How much aspirin powder should I take?
A: You can find aspirin dosage guidelines at https://www.drugs.com/dosage/aspirin.html. We recommend you consult your physician before starting an aspirin regimen.
Q: What is the best way to take aspirin powder?
A: We recommend placing the desired dose of aspirin powder under the tongue and swallowing it with 6-8 ounces of water or another nonalcoholic beverage.
Q: My aspirin powder doesn't dissolve in water. How do I take it?
A: Aspirin is poorly soluble in water. Only a few milligrams of aspirin will dissolve in a liter of water. We recommend placing the desired dose of aspirin powder under the tongue and swallowing it with water or another nonalcoholic beverage.
Q: Should I buffer my aspirin powder before using it?
A: Aspirin powder is gentler on the stomach than tablets. Most issues with stomach upset from aspirin powder can be resolved by consuming your dose with more water and food. If you continue to experience stomach upset consider lowering your dose or buffering it.
Q: How do I buffer aspirin powder?
A: Mix your desired aspirin dose and an equal portion of baking soda with 4-8 ounces of hot (not boiling) water. Stir until the baking soda is fully dissolved and allow to sit till cool. The aspirin will not dissolve much, but any acidity will be neutralized after all signs of bubbling have stopped.
Q: How do I dissolve aspirin powder in water?
A: Aspirin does not readily dissolve in water. You can dissolve more powder by combining it with water and enough hydrochloric acid to duplicate the natural conditions of the stomach. NOTE: This acid solution can irritate the mouth and throat and is NOT recommended.
Q: Can I use aspirin powder on my skin?
A: Yes. You can apply aspirin to unbroken skin safely. There are several ways to use aspirin powder on the skin.
Method 1) Make a water and clay poultice. Use a ratio of 10% aspirin powder and 90% bentonite clay powder. Add enough water to spread the mixture over the desired area. Wash off after 15 minutes. Aspirin degrades in water-based mixes and can irritate the skin if left in contact for prolonged periods.
Method 2) Make an aspirin and oil solution. According to a 1933 US patent (#US2056208A) aspirin is stable and soluble in various oils. We have no information on how much aspirin will dissolve in these oils, and we do not have any suggestions on how to mix aspirin powder with oil. Proceed at your own risk. Oils listed in the patent include "glycol oleate, camphor oil, lard, lard oil, seed oils such as cottonseed oil, hydrogenated oils, cocoa butter, palm oil, coconut oil, methyl salicylate, ethyl salicylate, sulfonated oils, and oleic acid.
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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?
Thank You for your product, good item.
No additives, very cheap for the quantity. Much better than any store bought brands
I was so happy to find a pure aspirin powder ,the order process was easy,shipping was fantastic and the price and product are spot on
Love this aspirin. Best product to use for no fillers. Pure. Thank you.
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thank you for providing quality asprin
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