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Trace Minerals Research Ionic Boron 6 mg

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$13.99

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Size: 2 fl. oz.

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Ionic Boron is a rich, concentrated liquid dietary supplement that provides boron in an ionic form–the form most widely recognized by the body.* Our proprietary process ensures maximum absorption, while the balanced liquid form provides safety and flexibility.* Boron may support healthy bones and joints.* Recent clinical studies indicate that boron interacts with calcium and magnesium to promote optimal bone metabolism.* Evidence also suggests boron may support normal brain function.* ConcenTrace® is a trade name for concentrated sea minerals from the Great Salt Lake.

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PRODUCT DIRECTIONS / ADDITIONAl INFO

Shake well. Using the metered dropper, take 1.25 mL (¼ tsp.) daily with juice or food to mask the concentrated mineral flavor. Do not refrigerate.
Contains no known allergens

Other Ingredients

Purified water, ConcenTrace®, boron complex (contains boric acid, citric acid), less than 0.1% potassium benzoate
Trace Minerals Research P.O. Box 429 Roy, Utah 84067

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size  1.25 mL
Servings Per Container  48

Amount Per Serving     % DV

Magnesium (ConcenTrace®)  25 mg   **
Chloride (ConcenTrace®)  65 mg   **
Boron (Boron Complex, Concentrace®)  6 mg   **

** Daily Value (DV) not established.

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Seems effective. Mental drive and executive function are expanding since starting this product.
October 30, 2017
Purchased
2 months ago
Seems to be working
Love it so far. I am seeing impro be meets that make me hopeful this is the trick.
July 30, 2017
Purchased
5 months ago
It wasn't very helpful
It tastes _really_ bad on its own, but taking it with milk masks the mineral flavor quite well. It's pretty expensive and hasn't seemed to help. My bones still hurt.
March 5, 2017