Digestive Aid - Country Life Activated Charcoal Coconut
If you're looking for the perfect digestive aid, look no further. Activated Charcoal has been used as a natural detox for decades. The product has the ability to help with intestinal gas, high cholesterol, hangovers, chronic upset stomach, among many other things. If you suffer from any or all of these ailments, or if you just want to give your digestive system a little boost, these may be the new staple supplement for you!! Introducing Country Life Activated Charcoal Coconut!!
Country Life Activated Charcoal Coconut Benefits
- Great Digestive Aid
- Promotes Absorption Of Intestinal Gas
- No Artificial Colors, Flavors Or Sweeteners
- Great For Stomach Aches
- Certified Gluten Free
How Do I Take Country Life Activated Charcoal Coconut?
Adults, take two (2) capsules 30 minutes before meals and then two (2) capsules after the meal. Take at least 1 hour after medications or other dietary supplements as it may reduce their effectiveness. Do not exceed twelve (12) capsules daily. Do not take consistently for more than two weeks. As a reminder, discuss the supplements and medications that you take with your health care providers.
Country Life Activated Charcoal Coconut Ingredients
Serving Size: 2 capsules
Servings Per Container: 50
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
Activated Charcoal 520 mg
** Daily Value not established.
Country Life Activated Charcoal Coconut Side Effects & Warnings
Not for use by infants, children, pregnant or nursing women. If you are taking contraceptives or medication, have a medical condition or planning a surgery, consult your doctor before using this product. Stop using and consult a doctor if any adverse reactions occur. Do not accept if seal is broken. Store between 59º-86º F. Keep out of the reach of children.
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