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Floradix Iron 500ml

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Description

Floradix® is a unique low-dose tonic of highly soluble iron and whole food concentrates with vitamins B and C.  Replacing lost iron in your body has never been easier. Safe and effective for long term use, and easy on the digestive tract, Floradix® is additive and preservative free.  

Features:

  • Helps to prevent iron deficiency (anemia)
  • Eases symptoms of low iron, including fatigue  
  • Assists the formation of red blood cells and their proper functions
  • Supports tissue formation and normal growth
  • Iron gluconate with B vitamins & vitamin C  offers enhanced absorption.
  • Over 98% of the iron is available for quick potential absorption.
  • Easy on the digestive tract.
  • Dairy, lactose, alcohol, GMO, additive & preservative free
  • No sugar, thickeners or artificial sweeteners

Medicinal ingredients:

Each 10 ml Elemental 10.0 mg contains:

  • Iron (Ferrous gluconate)
  • Vitamin B1 2.5 mg 0.25 mg (Thiamine hydrochloride)
  • Vitamin B2 4.0 mg 0.4 mg (Riboflavin 5-phosphate sodium)
  • Vitamin B6 2.0 mg 0.2 mg (Pyridoxine hydrochloride)
  • Vitamin B12 7.5 mcg 0.75 mcg (Cyanocobalamin)


Non-medicinal ingredients: Aqueous extracts of carrot, stinging nettle, spinach, couch grass, bitter fennel, kelp, hibiscus; juice concentrates of pear, black grape, black currant, orange, blackberry, cherry and red beetroot; in a base of honey, extracts of rosehip, wheat germ and yeast, natural orange flavour, purified water and ascorbic acid (antioxidant).

 

Adults & adolescents 14+: 10ml twice daily before meals
Children 10-14yrs: 10ml once daily before a meal
Children 5-9yrs: 5ml once daily before a meal
Children 2-4yrs: 4ml once daily before a meal

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