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Phytomist™ Vitamin D3 Spray


Phytomist™ Vitamin D3 Oral Spray provides a convenient way to deliver this vital vitamin straight into your bloodstream. Vitamin D3 aids in calcium absorption, helps maintain healthy bones and teeth, supports a healthy immune system and contributes to normal muscle function.


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Each spray of Phytomist™ Vitamin D3 Oral Spray delivers tiny droplets into the soft tissue of the mouth. These droplets are then quickly absorbed because of the high permeability of the tissues within the mouth, together with the proximity of a rich vascular system. This method allows the vitamin to quickly enter the bloodstream for optimal absorption and bypasses the digestive system where many nutrients are not absorbed optimally.    Not many foods naturally contain vitamin D, though some foods are fortified with the vitamin. For most people, the best way to get enough vitamin D is taking a supplement because it is hard to eat enough through food.   Vitamin D3 may contribute to normal cell division and blood calcium levels, the development and maintenance of strong bones, teeth, and muscle function, and to the normal function of the immune system. Vitamin D3 is a factor in the maintenance of good health.   This product is suitable for:
  • People who struggle with swallowing pills
  • Children older than one year
  • Pregnant and breastfeeding women
  • People who have low / no sun exposure
  • People who have darker skin pigmentation
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