- MFG # N04
- UPC # AX1073
If you’re looking for a liquid supplement that may work to promote overall well-being‚ you might want to try Apex Energetics’ RAD-TOX™.
Since proponents of homeopathy believe that highly diluted amounts of natural substances may work to stimulate your body’s ability to heal itself‚ RAD-TOX™ contains a wide array of homeopathic compounds.
Notably‚ many of the ingredients in RAD-TOX™ may have anti-inflammatory properties. In particular‚ ribes nigrum gemmae (also known as blackcurrant) might work to relieve mild stress and fatigue; in addition‚ this supplement also provides two forms of echinacea because of their possible anti-inflammatory properties.
Moreover‚ this product may help address certain symptoms associated with anemia by providing ferrum metallicum (iron); this is important because iron-deficiency anemia can sometimes lead to weakness‚ headaches‚ or trouble concentrating.
Every bottle of RAD-TOX™ by Apex Energetics contains one fluid ounce of solution. The recommended dosage for adults is eight drops under the tongue one to three times daily.
Aloe Socotrina 4X 6X 9X 12X
Bone Marrow 4C 7C
DNA 4X 8X 12X
Echinacea Angustifolia 2X 4X 6X
Echinacea Purpurea 2X 4X 6X
Ferrum Metallicum 10X 12X 15X 30X
Fucus Vesiculosus 3X 6X 9X
Iodum 6X 9X 12X 30X
Kali Phosphoricum 6X 9X 12X 30X
Lecithin 3X 6X 9X
Phosphorus 9X 12X 15X 30X
Placenta 4C 7C
Ribes Nigrum Gemmae 3X 5X 8X
Skin 4C 7C
Vitamin A 4X 6X 9X
Vitamin E 4X 6X 9X
Alcohol 20 % by Volume
Adults: 8 drops under the tongue 1-3 times a day or as directed by your physician. Children: Use half the adult dosage.
As with any drug if you are pregnant or nursing a baby‚ seek the advice of a health professional before using this product. Do not use if the cap seal is broken or missing. Keep this and all medications out of reach of children. Consult your physician if symptoms persist more than 7 days.
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Overall Rating for Rad-Tox Liquid - 1 fl. oz (30 ml)
from Preston, ID
Great Protection from everyday radiation
I use Rad-Tox after x-rays CAT scans and from everyday exposure to television and computer screens.
I like the ease of use with the drops.
I have no dislikes.
√ I would recommend this item to a friend.
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joan yezzi on 9/30/2014
My husband is getting radiation therapy for tonsil cancer, would this be something he should be taking. He also takes thyroid medication.A
Rosa on 10/01/2014
Hello, thank you for contacting PureFormuals. Please contact your health professional before consuming.
- Rosa on 10/01/2014