20 ml is 1/5th of a cup, which is exactly 4 tablespoons.
The medicine bottle might say “3 teaspoons” or “5mL.” If you want the number of teaspoons in a certain size of bottle, divide the number of teaspoons by 5, and then multiply by 5 mL to get the volume of syrup in milliliters.
For example: If a bottle says “3 tsp.” on it, that means there are 5 milliliters (mL) in each teaspoon. To find out how many milliliters are in a bottle, multiply the number of teaspoons by 5 mL (5 mL x 3 tsp = 15 mL). This would be enough for one dose if you have a measuring spoon handy!
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Last modified: October 2, 2022