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Supplements

There is no danger in using a product past its expiry providing it has been stored correctly. The expiry is more of a gurantee regarding potency as there is a small degradation of the active ingredient over time. Once a product reaches its expiry date there is no change in the product. It does not have a built in clock and will continue to be safe to use but may provide slightly less than the stated strength on the package. Recent research on tablets and capsules over 30 years past their expiry showed that 12 out of the 15 tested had over 90% potency!

Sublingual, latin for 'under the tongue', refers to taking a drug or supplement by allowing the active ingredient to diffuse into the blood through tissues under the tongue. Typically, sublingual B12 tablets will contain both a sweetner and flavouring, our B12 tablets contain neither of these but the active ingredient will still be absorbed should one wish to use this method. 

Generally, food supplements should be stored in cool, dry conditions, refrigeration can extend product life. Hot and/or humid conditions may shorten product life.  Always close the lid tightly after use and if consuming the product more than once a day, try to remove the total amount needed for the day at one time. 

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If you previously had an account on our old website which you are trying to access this is unfortunately no longer available. Due to security reasons we were unable to transfer customer passwords over and you will need to create a new account, we apologise for any inconvenience this causes.

 

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