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To split tablets in half:
Open top of splitter and center tablet at rear of cutting area as shown.
Lower top and close firmly. Tablet is now split in two pieces.
To crush into powder:
Unscrew top of crushing unit and place one or two tablets into crushing
chamber. Screw top on and continue to twist until tablets are crushed
into a fine powder.
Warning: Do not press finger against blade.
Sharp blade, for adult use only. Not suitable for children.
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Pittsburgh, PA 15222
For more information call 1-866-462-6219
Visit us at www.gnc.com
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While the convenience and wide range of products make birth control pills a good choice for many women, it's not well known that these convenient medications may also have some unexpected side effects, such as the depletion of vital nutrients from your body. The following describes some common depletions and other effects of a common birth control pill that are easily remedied by supplementation and lifestyle changes