I am posting this because everyone keeps asking me how much is 1cc.I thought I might share incase someone here wondered also.cc”s stands for cubic centimeters.ml”s stands for millilitersOne cc = one ml They are equivalent.One teaspoon = 5 cc = 5 ml6cc”s = 6ml”s = 1 1/5 tsp”s
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Now that you have all that figured out….think about this:When you are OVERFULL and need an unfill…..2cc can make all the difference!! That”s literally a couple of DROPS!!It can make the difference either way!!!What a great tool!
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by my reckoning:1 cc (cubic centimeters) is equal to 0.03 ounces (US, fluid) 1 cubic centimeters or cc is equal to 1.00 milliliters or ml 1 cubic centimeters or cc is equal to 0.20 teaspoonJean
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You”re right, 1cc = 1ml, 5cc = 5ml = 1 teaspoon. However 1 1/2 teaspoons = 7.5cc or ml. It”s incredible how much difference .2 ml can make in a band, isn”t it?
Think of it this way too…there are 30 cc”s in a full medicine cup. You know the ones that come on nyquil or pepto? They are an ounce or 30 cc”s. WOW, how”s that for perspective on how much our tiny little bands hold & the difference in a slight unfill or fill.Cathy
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