Description: Floradix Iron + plants is a liquid food supplement made from plants, fruit juice concentrates, iron and vitamins.
Iron and vitamins B2, B6, B12 and C contribute to reduce fatigue and thus help to keep energy and vitality.
Floradix Iron + Plants offers improved iron assimilation thanks to the synergy with vitamin C as well as the absence of the typical effects of iron products (constipation) thanks to the plant extracts that promote digestion.
Floradix Iron + Herbs is ideal for the whole family, but especially for women, expectant and young mothers, children and teenagers, dieters and vegetarians, elderly people and sportsmen.
Indications Helps to reduce fatigue. Herbal extracts to aid digestion.
Use: Adults and children from 12 years of age: 7.5 ml twice a day approximately 30 minutes before breakfast and dinner. Children 6 - 12 years: 10 ml per day. Children 3 - 5 years: 5 ml per day.
In case of greater needs (pregnancy, breastfeeding, sport), the daily dosage can be doubled on the advice of the doctor or midwife.
Coffee, tea, tetracyclines, antacids, dairy products, vitamin E decrease the absorption of iron. That is why it is recommended to wait 2 hours after taking one of these substances before taking Floradix Iron + Plants.
Packaging: Bottle of 500 ml.
Brand: All progress is linked to the activities of exceptional personalities. This is also the case for the company Salus thanks to the medical doctor Otto Greither (1867-1930). Motivated by a serious illness, he began to research health disorders and came to the basic conclusion that many illnesses are the result of digestive disorders. He then conceived the medical concept of "the cure Salus"The implementation of this project began in 1916 in a factory in Munich, which was responsible for the production of the necessary medication.
In 1927, only eleven years after the company was founded Salushealth products Salus are on sale throughout Germany. The health food stores are becoming important agents of a holistic approach to health Salus is quickly becoming the leading edge of a healing movement and business philosophy that aims to integrate social, ecological and health aspects for mutual benefit.
A few important dates mark the company's rise to global expansion: reconstruction after World War II, then continuous expansion (1968 - move to Bruckmühl / Upper Bavaria into a larger production and storage facility, 1983 - construction of a warehouse for raw materials), acquisition and integration of similar companies (1960 - Floradix, 1978 - Dr. Dünner, 1991 - Schoenenberger), innovations, technological modernization and expansion of the product range (1973 - start of capsule production, 1980 production of dry extracts, 1987 - inauguration of the new production facility for herbal teas).
The business practices of Salus are always accompanied by constant efforts to reconcile progress, social and environmental balance. The organic farms of Salus in southern Chile, which has been in operation since the early 1990s, is a well-known example of this, as are the many awards received (in 2003, owner Otto Greither was elected Eco-Manager of the Year by the WWF, the World Conservation Organization).
All progress is linked to the activities of exceptional personalities. This is also the case for the company Salus thanks to the medical doctor Otto Greither (1867-1930). Motivated by a serious illness, he began researching health problems and came to the basic conclusion that many illnesses are caused by digestive disorders. He developed the medical concept of "the cure" Salus, which he began to implement in 1916 in a factory in Munich that manufactured the necessary medication.
In 1927, only eleven years after the company was founded Salus, Salus health products were on sale throughout Germany. Salus soon became the leading edge of a healing movement and business philosophy whose aim was to integrate social, ecological and health aspects for mutual benefit.
In terms of the origin of the raw materials, their composition and their production, Salus products remain "as close as possible" to nature and thus serve to maintain and promote well-being.