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Natural, vegan source of iron to help prevent dietary iron deficiency and relieve tiredness.
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A consciously created blend of plant actives, with iron derived from organic Curry Leaf and vitamin C derived from organic Amla.
Dietary iron deficiency: Helps prevent dietary iron deficiency when dietary intake is inadequate.
Fatigue Relief: Iron helps relieve tiredness and fatigue.
Cognitive function: Iron helps support cognitive function.
Blood health: Iron helps assist healthy red blood cell production and transportation of oxygen in the body.
Immune system health: Iron supports healthy immune system function.
Iron absorption: Vitamin C assists with the absorption of dietary iron.
Take two capsules daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Each capsule contains:
Murraya koenigii (Organic Curry Leaf) leaf ext. dry conc. stand. 333.33 mg.
Derived from min. dry 16.67 g.
Equiv. iron 12 mg.
Phyllanthus emblica (Organic Amla) fruit ext. dry conc. 30 mg.
Derived from dry 1.2 g.
Equiv. ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) 6 mg.
No added gluten, dairy, lactose, soy or egg. Nothing artificial. Vegan friendly.
Also contains the following plant derived excipients:
Not for the treatment of iron deficiency conditions.
If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.
Vitamin and mineral supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
Curry Leaf sourced from India.
Native to the India and southeast Asia, this small evergreen tree is grown throughout the world.
Also referred to as Curry Patta in Hindi, the leaf has a distinct curry-like flavour and odour, and often used as a common ingredient in curries, chutneys and stews.
The botanical name Murraya koenigii, commemorates two botanists. The generic name, Murraya, derives from the surname Johann Murray and the specific name koenigii from the surname of Johann König.
Curry leaves are a rich source of iron which can help:
The history of curry leaf is seen in early 1st to 4th century AD. In the early literatures of Tamil and Kannada the use of Curry leaf is described as the flavouring agent for the vegetables.
Native to India and now grown throughout the world, this tropical tree is also referred to as Indian Gooseberry and Amalaki in Ayurveda.
It is said that the Amla berry comes from the first tree to appear on earth, manifested out of the tears of Brahma while he was meditating.
The fruit is a source of vitamin C which is used to:
No Added Dairy
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