Designed for anyone currently using hormonal contraception such as the pill, IUD, depo-provera or implant, or wanting to come off it, Take Me With The Pill replenishes the nutrients depleted by your birth control and eases the transition if you choose to come off it.
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Everything you need, nothing you don’t.
Because the pill can result in increased levels of Vitamin C, iron, and copper, we’ve taken care not to include these.
Vitamin D, Vitamin E
Calcium (150 mg) Choline (225 mg), Chromium (50mcg), Potassium Iodide (150mcg), Magnesium (200mg), Manganese (1mg), Molybdenum (75mcg), Zinc (15mg)
Lactobacillus plantarum-MAK45L23P 10 billion CFU
Vitamin A as natural beta-carotene 2000 IU, Vitamin B1 as Thiamine HCl (12.5mg), Vitamin B2 as Riboflavin (12.5mg), Vitamin B3 as Niacinamide (30mg), Vitamin B5 (100mg), Vitamin B6 (25mg) Vitamin B7 as Biotin (300mcg), Vitamin B9 as Calcium Folinate (300 mcg), Vitamin B12 (50mcg), Vitamin K2 and MK-7 (90 mcg)
NO - gluten, yeast, soy protein, milk/dairy, corn, sodium, sugar, starch, artificial colouring, preservatives or flavouring.
Take three capsules in the morning, with food.
Additional Product Notes
Take Me With The Pill is designed to mitigate any impact the OCP may have on your nutrient stores so your health doesn’t take a back seat. Because this product contains iodine, those on thyroid medication should consult their GP before use.
This product is suitable for ages 12+.
Supports over 300 enzyme functions.
Support for spots and skin.
Supports ovarian health.
Mental health support.
Manages gut health with probiotics.
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