Flora (Udo's Choice) Floradix Iron + Herbs 8.5 Fl Oz
If you are looking for a supplement that helps improve your overall health, check out Flora Floradix Iron & Herbs! This product is made to help improve your overall health and promotes natural health as well. This is a vegetarian formulated supplement that is easily absorbed and aids in proper cell growth. Flora Floradix Iron & Herbs can be taken by children and adults! Pick up a bottle today!
Flora (Udo's Choice) Floradix Iron + HerbsProduct Benefits
- Improves Overall Health
- Promotes Natural Health
- Vegetarian Formula
- Easily Absorbed
- No Preservatives
- Aids In Proper Cell Growth
How Do I TakeFlora (Udo's Choice) Floradix Iron + Herbs?
Adults (12 and over):
Take 10 ml (measuring cap or two teaspoons) twice daily before meals.
Children (4-11 years old):
Take 10 ml (measuring cap or two teaspoons) once daily before a meal.
Shake bottle well before using. Take before meals.
For Kosher use:
Mix 10 ml (measuring cap or two teaspoons) into half a glass of water or juice.
Flora (Udo's Choice) Floradix Iron + HerbsIngredients
Serving Size 2 Teaspoons (10 ml)
Servings Per Container 25
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Total Carbohydrate 5 g 2%
Sugars 5 g †
Vitamin C 10 mg 17%
Vitamin B1 2.5 mg 167%
Vitamin B2 4 mg 235%
Vitamin B6 2 mg 100%
Vitamin B12 7.5 mcg 125%
Iron (elemental) (from ferrous gluconate) 10 mg 56%
† Daily Value not established.
Ingredients: Aqueous Extract from: African Mallow Blossoms, Chamomile Flowers, Fennel, Spinach, Juice Concentrates (Grape, Pear, Black Currant, Cherry, Blackberry, Carrot), Rosehip Extract.
Flora (Udo's Choice) Floradix Iron + HerbsSide Effects and Warnings
This product may contain chemicals know to the State Of California to cause cancer and birth defects or reproductive harm.
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