- Apr 11, 2019
- Reaction score
I only get about 5-6 weeks out of B&C but I get 8 weeks out of A. So when its time to replace B&C I would only replace it instead of switching the whole set of ABC. So over time I ended up with bottles of A. See below. I have 23.5 days of "A" testing left but only 5.5-6.5 days of "B&C" testing left. This time I started a fresh "2 month" box set all at the same time. This way I could see how much A was left over compared to B&C being empty at the end of the "2 month supply".How did you get into that situation? I assume you ran extra tests of Ca and Mg on there own?
Mine seem to run down at a fairly even rate but at 8% remaining of "A, B and C" The two bottles of "A" add up to about 16% for each box so I have a lot more "A" left than B&C. I was just wondering how come you have it the other way around.
Also my Cal & Mag numbers (more so Mag) are steadily increasing daily yet I do not dose either of those.
So in short it will take me roughly 8.66 "2 month supplies" to get me through a year at a cost of $389.26 and I'll have over 5 bottles of A left over and no extra B&C.
As I only have 5.5 days left of testing and no more reagent left it looks like I will be deciding if I should cut ties with this machine. Or keep buying the unbalanced box sets at a much highly than originally thought yearly cost.