The maximum dose is 4 g (4000 mg); this would be equivalent to 8 extra strength tablets.
Although long term use at this dose is common in the UK, it can cause serious liver damage over decades of use.
It should be noted this is the advised maximum. Lethal doses are considered to be between 6000 mg and 10000 mg depending on one's own liver conditions. If you drink, I would be very cautious with Tylenol and only take when necessary because of the damage the two can cause together.
An alternative for those with impaired liver function (alcohol, liver disease, etc.) would be Advil (ibuprofen), or Aspirin (ASA). They have their own cautions, such as ASA is hard on the stomach, but it would be a definite consideration for those who cannot afford being hard on their livers with Acetaminophen.
Read this link.
Dosage of WHAT exactly?
They both have acetaminophen in them, so it would depend on the dosage contained in each. The FDA recommends a maximum dosage of 4000mg of acetaminophen in a 24 hour period.
The maximum single dose for Acetaminophen is 1,000 mg with a daily max of 4,000 mg.
Not in a single dose. The maximum single dose is 1,000 mg with a maximum daily dose of 4,000 mg.
Vicodin 5/500 max dose is 8 tablets/day. This is based on the acetaminophen portion of Vicodin (The maximum dose of acetaminophen is 4 g per day). Hydrocodone by itself does not have an established maximum dose. This doesn't mean that you can't overdose on it, it just means that each patient's response is different, some will begin to experience toxicity before others, some will need more to alleviate pain.
Tylenol 3 is a compound analgetic that consists of 30mg codeine phosphate and 300mg acetaminophen (paracetamol). The maximum dose of acetaminophen for adults is 1000mg at a time, and 4000mg daily. It equals three pills or gelcaps, etc, of Tylenol 3 at a time, and no more that 13 doses of Tykenol 3 during the day.
There is no "recommended daily dosage" for cocoa powder.
The recommended daily dosage of iodine permitted in a dietary supplement varies by age. For adults the recommended dosage is 150 mcg, for pregnant and lactating women the recommendation is 220 mcg, and for children the recommendation is 120mcg. Maximum dosage of iodine is unlikely to cause adverse health effects.
Answer: You sure can! But you shouldn't take any more than 4000 mg of acetaminophen in any 24-hour period, or the maximum dosage for longer than 2 weeks. And be sure to take the appropriate amount of Adderall.