I am confused about emergency calcium treatments. :crazy I'd rather inject than drench or try oral stuff, but not sure about using the gluconate 23%. Either y'all are going to talk me through using that or suggest another injectable. On the oral side don't want something that burns them up - which is what y'all say about the CMPK gel, Goat's Prefer Drench - stuff w/ propylene glycol - right? The oral CMPK liquid (at QC supply) only states cal, phos, mag, pot, and dextrose no amounts... MFO (at jeffer's) per 500ml 10 gr. cal (borogluconate), 6 gr phos, 2.8 gr mag,.5 gr pot, 75 gr dex... As far as I can tell the proportions of minerals in MFO is comparable to the CMPK gel. In the gel the propylene glycol (for energy?)and in the MFO there is the dextrose. Or I go back to Sue Reith's substitute. I got confused in the article about when she was talking CMPK, liquid human cal/mag, and tablet forms. Perhaps some one could interpret for me? Where is she talking about the CMPK and where is she talking liquid cal/mag. I did get that in the recipe from tablets there should be- 600 mg cal 266 mg phos 100 mg mag 500 mg pot In 32 ml/cc of MFO (16 doses per bottle I rounded off for even ml doses ... divided the 500ml bottle by 16) there is- 625 mg cal 375 mg phos 175 mg mag 31.25 mg pot Potassium is way way lower in the MFO. and WOW 32 ccs!! :help2 every 2 hrs. OK, clear as mud?