The Brightwork Sample Drug Dosage Guide

Executive Summary

  • This is an example of our dosage guide demonstrating the dosage calculator and dosage explanations for a sample drug.


This sample guide and calculator are not for any specific drug but for the “Sample XYZ Drug.”

This page is designed to show how the Brightwork drug dosage guides look and how the calculator works. The calculator is embedded further down in the article.

Dosage Frequency = Every Day

We have Sample XYZ Drug usage set to every day. We have adjusted this from an earlier recommendation, which is why our dosage calculator is 1/2 what it originally was.

Sample XYZ Drug should be taken every day or 7 times per week.

Adjusting the Dosage Down for Reduced Liver and or Kidney Function

This is something that is little discussed in medicine, but applies to all drugs.

The liver and kidneys must eventually clear all drugs from the body. If the liver or kidney function is depressed, then the dosage of any drug should be reduced. I can't provide a specific adjustment to the calculator because there is a range in how much the liver or kidney function can be depressed. For example, it is normal that, eventually, chemotherapy patients will have depressed liver and kidney function.

Background on Sex Differences in Drug Processing

This topic applies to all drugs, not just those for which we have dosage calculators.

Women are routinely overdosed by drug prescriptions and receive the majority of drug side effects, in large part due to being overdosed. When drug companies perform clinical trials, they usually use primarily men. Drug companies consider women to have "too much going on" with menstruation and hormone fluctuations. However, when the pharmaceutical companies develop the dosage calculation from the study, they then apply that same dosage estimate to all people who take the drug, which is not sex-differentiated.

Women Taking Drug Dosages Configured for Men?

The problem with women taking dosages tested mostly on men, and therefore configured for men, is that there are significant differences between how the two sexes process drugs through their bodies. Women not only have more fat as a percentage of their overall weight (and fat is made up of low metabolically activity cells), but at the same weight as a man, the organs of women are smaller. This is why all drugs should be adjusted per sex, which we have done to all of our drug calculators. To read more on this topic, see the article The Problem With Dosage Calculation in Medicine.

Background on the Therapeutic Versus Prophylactic or Preventive or Maintenance Dose

Finding published information on preventative versus treatment doses for any medication is nearly impossible. This means that the dosage that is used for people is set at the therapeutic level. This is also an issue because MDs usually keep their patients on drugs continually without proposing a stopping point and without any adjustment after the event that caused the drug to be prescribed in the first place has passed. This subjects people to many more side effects from drugs than is necessary.

Even though pharmaceutical companies and the medical establishment put no effort into developing a therapeutic versus preventative or maintenance dose, we decided to do so for our calculators. As expected, the preventative dose is lower than the therapeutic dose. 

Dosage Calculator Disclaimer

These dosage calculators have been developed based on our research into both studies and our general understanding of how the drug works for different ailments. Brightwork has tested all the dosages significantly higher than the recommended dosages shown in the calculator. We also have years of experience receiving subscriber feedback on these dosage levels. Still, it is all subscribers' responsibility to decide whether they want to follow the dosage recommendations.

Amazingly, apparently, from some questions we have received, it is necessary to write this. Still, some people have contacted us and can’t understand why this sample calculator does not provide a result for the drug dosage. People who want to access our calculators must subscribe to the site.


  • Because this calculator and guide were not for a real drug, much of the information specific to a drug has been removed.
  • A typical Brightwork drug dosage guide has much more information than this sample dosage guide. Hopefully, this sample guide has demonstrated how Brightwork dosage guides work.

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