Harker Herbals Formula 741 Ironnurse Iron Tonic. Blood-Iron Tonic. The active ingredients are Yellow dock, Horsetail grass and Pure Blackberry concentrate. Ironurse is a natural iron-rich daily health elixir. A delicious mineral-rich, daily blood health elixir. Helps bring iron and silica stores back to normal. Formula 741 is blended with blood and iron enriching herbs - ginger, oatstraw and yellow dock, to help increase iron and silica in the body. Formula 741, Ironurse is helpful for anaemia, low red blood cell count and fatigue due to low blood iron/oxygen content.
Formula 741 Iron Tonic can be used to help with the following:
Increasing low red blood cell count
Can increase energy due to anemia
Can also be used for low calcium, low silica bloody analysis, malnutrition, impure blood and skin conditions.
High concentration of many organic minerals and vitamins, which can assist with glands, organs and vessels associated with the circulatory system
Effective if haemorrhaging has occurred in the body
If bleeding internally, seek medical attention immediately.
Active Ingredients: Blackberry pure concentrate, Horsetail, Yellow Dock. Herbs: Carrageen, Cayenne, Ginger Root, Kelp, Licorice Root, Oatstraw. Pure Essentials Oils: Aniseed, Jojoba, Lemon, Spearmint. Plus: Celtic Sea Salt, Citric Acid, Organic Iodine, Vegetable Glycerine.
Contains no yeast, gluten, wheat, dairy products, artificial colours or sweeteners.
Shake vigorously before use.
Adults: 5-10ml, 3-4 times daily. Child: 1/2 dose. Baby (over 1 year) 1/4 dose. Swill for 10 seconds before swallowing.
Harkers Healthy Tip: For best results use with a healthy balanced diet, regular exercise and adequate rest. Eat plenty of leafy greens, wholegrains, vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, Formula 1022 Rich Mineral Sea Salt and pure water.
Caution: Not to be taken in pregnancy or lactation. Consult your health professional if suffering a thyroid condition, taking blood thinners or blood pressure medication.
Contraindications: Renal impairment, including oedema and cardiac insufficiency.