Natural Bone Vitamin

VITAMIN D
3

10ml

SGD 218.00

100% Absorption*  ∣  Water Soluble  ∣  100% Natural  ∣  Swiss Origin

Enhances Energy + Vitality

Vitamin D is known as the "bone vitamin". Studies have shown that Vitamin D helps to put calcium in balance, maintain normal bones and teeth. It is used successfully for osteoporosis.

It supports normal blood clotting and supports a normal immune system. Vitamin D helps cells maintain their energetic and survival homeostasis through the modulation of the stress and damage response, which is primarily ruled by the immune system. Helps with muscle weakness, bone pain and exhaustion.*

  Supports bone & tooth formation
 Strengthens the immune system

  Increases the absorption of

   minerals like calcium & phosphorus

   in the blood

  Reduces fatigue

 Supports muscle building

Vitamin D3

Sometimes called the “sunshine vitamin”, vitamin D is produced in your skin in response to sunlight.

Vitamin D plays a key role in supporting the immune system, muscle function and helps to keep bones strong and healthy.

 

Water-Soluble SURANNAMI vs Oil Based Supplements

Our entire range of unique SURAN NAMI products are water-soluble and nanosized.

SURAN NAMI delivers complete* absorption and full benefits of natural ingredients directly into our body. 

SURANNAMI PROPOLIS

water-soluble Vitamin D3

Content (% w/w)

Cholecalciferol        0.06%

Daily Dosing Recommendations

2 - 4 drops a day

Each 10ml bottle contains 200 drops

Physical Characteristics

Form:     100% Solubilised

             Vitamin D3 liquid

Colour:   Transparent

Scent:    No scent

Allergen Statement

Does not contain milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, soy, or wheat.

Consumption Considerations

Our Vitamin D3 is 100% water soluble and can be added to water, juices and other liquids.

Alternatively, undiluted drops may be put underneath the tongue for easy absorption.

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Reaching Out to the Sun

 Minimum Dose, Maximum Benefit

BASK IN THE SUNSHINE OF YOUR HEALTH

No Preservatives or Artificial Flavours