Clinically proven to effectively normalize low iron levels
* Iron is an essential element for the body. It combines with copper and protein to make hemoglobin, a major component of red blood cells which transports oxygen from the lungs to all the tissues of the body. Iron is also needed throughout the body for adenosine triphosphate production (ATP). ATP is required for cellular energy and proper cell function. When iron is low, ATP production drops and energy levels decrease as a result.
Adults (12 and over): Take two teaspoons twice daily before meals.
Aqueous extract from rose hips, chamomile flowers, fennel fruit, spinach leaves, grape juice, pear juice, black currant juice, water, cherry juice, blackberry juice, carrot juice.