- MFG # 1710
- UPC # SP1024
Follow practitioner's advice.
Certain Standard Process supplements may feature a clear gelatin capsule as opposed to a colored gelatin capsule. If you’re accustomed to receiving these supplements in colored gelatin capsules, please be advised that there are absolutely no changes to the formulation or capsule weight of each supplement.
If you identify Standard Process supplements by color, it is recommended that Standard Process supplements be kept in their original bottle or that pillboxes be appropriately labeled.
Please note that if you still have Standard Process supplements that feature the colored gelatin capsule, there are no health concerns with them.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are not meant to diagnose‚ treat or cure any disease or medical condition. Please consult your doctor before starting any exercise or nutritional supplement program or before using these or any product during pregnancy or if you have a serious medical condition.
Serving Size: 1 Tablet
Calcium 30 mg 2%
Chloride 100 mg 2%
Magnesium 6 mg 2%
Each tablet supplies approximately: 100 mg ammonium chloride‚ 100 mg calcium chloride‚ and 100 mg betaine hydrochloride.
Ingredients: Ammonium chloride‚ betaine hydrochloride‚ calcium chloride‚ calcium lactate‚ magnesium citrate‚ and calcium stearate.
One tablet per meal‚ or as directed
Keep bottle tightly closed. This product absorbs moisture. Chewing this product is not recommended.
Allergy / Dietary Needs
- Gluten Free
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Nancy White on 9/08/2014
I was given a bottle of Cal-Amo by my doctor. What are the side effects, if any, of this supplement. Does it contain a significant amount of salt? Is it completely safe?A
Raisa on 9/09/2014
Hello Nancy, thank you for contacting PureFormulas. Cal-Amo contains calcium, chloride and magnesium. The product does not contain sodium. For more information on possible side-effects we suggest contacting your healthcare practitioner.
- Raisa on 9/09/2014