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Piimax CD Kalkki Boori

Dolomite - siliceous earth- acerola cherry -boron tablet

Piimax CD Kalkki Boori is a versatile and well-balanced supplement developed by specialists especially for bone and joint health. The product also brings thickness and natural shine to hair and prevents nails from cracking and flaking.

The versatile composition of Piimax CD Kalkki Boori contains bone strengthening calcium and other important nutrients in a suitable and balanced proportion to support calcium absorption as well as bone and joint health.

Calcium is needed especially during adolescence, in middle-aged people and postmenopausal women. Magnesium improves calcium absorption and is essential for enzymatic function in cells. Silicon is important maintaining bone, joint, supportive tissue, hair, nail, and skin health. Vitamin D improves calcium absorption. Biotin brings thickness and natural shine to hair and prevents nails from cracking and flaking.

Boron reduces the secretion of calcium from body and increases the natural production of estrogens after menopause.

Daily dosage (4 tablets) contains:

Siliceous earth 420 mg
Calcium 400 mg
Magnesium 240 mg
Vitamin C 60 mg
Vitamin D3 5 µg         
Vitamin K1 70 µg
Biotin 30 µg

Dosage:

4 tablets per day.

Contains no lactose, yeast, gluten or sweeteners.

 

Package:

120 tablets / 88 g
300 tablets / 219 g

 

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