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Lithium Synergy 120 vegetarian capsules


Lithium orotate is lithium bound to orotic acid, which improves its bioavailability. It is thought that some of the nutritional ben­efits of lithium come from its ability to support the synthesis and recycling of inositol, a primary component of the phosphoinosi­tol signaling pathway. Research also shows that lithium supports the health and function of the hippocampus. 

The addition of vitamin B12 and trimethylglycine (TMG) to Lith­ium Synergy helps support healthy methylation pathways, and vitamin B12 is also needed for the synthesis of SAMe.

 

Serving Size:
1 capsule

Recommended Use:
The recommended dose for most applications is 1-4 capsules per day in divided doses with or without food.

 

Warning:
Caution: Taking patients off of prescription lithium may result in a rebound effect. Lithium levels should be monitored by a qualified health care professional.

This product should not be used to replace any anti-depressant medication, including prescription forms of lithium, unless under the direction of a qualified health care practitioner. Lithium should not be used by individuals with significant renal or cardiovascular diseases, severe debilitation or dehydration, or sodium depletion, or by individuals who are taking diuretics or ACE inhibitors. Consult your doctor before use if you are taking anti-hypertensive drugs, anti-inflammatory drugs, analgesic drugs or insulin. Lithium should not be used by pregnant women and breast-feeding mothers. Serum lithium levels should be monitored by a qualified health care provider during use.

Store in a cool, dry place.

Does not contain gluten.



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