But correct me if I'm wrong, wouldn't the dropper have an influence in the amount of total Iodine per drop? For instance, my Lugol's 2% is about 2.10 mg per drop and it seems it's due to the smaller droplets that form out of the dropper. When supplementing at a greater dose with many drops, those fractions of mg can make a difference. Also, the dropper in my SSKI bottle and a glass one from a pet store clearly form drops of different sizes. So it may be important to check the product description for the average amount of Iodine per drop.