Floradix EPRESAT Liquid Multivitamin & Herbal Formula 250ml
Good For You, Good For Your Family!
From infancy to old age, vitamins are the building blocks for good health, helping to ensure that the body's vital organs and functions work properly, whilst also providing the foundations for overall fitness and vitality. However, because of today's hectic lifestyle, and because many people simply don't eat balanced diets - it's a recognised fact that many people aren't obtaining sufficient daily dosages of vitamins.
Helping to Restore Balance to the Intake of Vitamins.
Taken just once a day, Epresat can assist in restoring the body's balance by providing a single, delicious-tasting source of no less than eight vital vitamins. Easily absorbed by the body, Epresat is made from the finest selected raw herbs, including Echinacea root, and it also contains a tasty combination of natural fruit juice concentrates.
What Makes Epresat So Special?
In addition to vitamins, Epresat also contain carefully selected herbs like Echinacea root, milk thistle which helps maintain a healthy digestion, ocean kelp which provides trace elements (like iodine) and cola seeds which increase the absorption of vitamins and also stimulate the body.
With only one spoonful of Epresat (10ml) you safeguard your daily intake of 8 vitamins.
Epresat is free from alcohol, synthetic additives, chemical preservative and colourings - so it is particularly suitable for vegetarians. As all the vitamins are already dissolved in a liquid they are quickly absorbed by the body unlike tablets or capsules.
As with all products from Salus, Epresat is produced according to GMP (pharmaceutical production standards) guaranteeing the highest quality and purity of the product.
Use the measuring cup provided.
Adults: 10 ml once daily before meals.
Children (between 6 to 12 years): 5 ml daily before a meal.
McDowell's staff Herbalists can not diagnose you or your companions disease or illness. What they can do is offer a herbal program to assist with healing, after you have had advice from your doctor or specialist. If you have unexplained pain or symptoms, seek medical advice.