Thorne Research, Vitamin K2, 1 fl oz (30 ml)
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9 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1014753 on Dec 23, 2010
easy way to get your K2. dont forget the d3 and you have dr price's activator x
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Posted by Reviewer3131963 on Nov 04, 2010
WITH THAT LIQUID K2 YOU CAN GET A GREAT DOSE OF K2 WITHOUT TAKING A LOT OF PRODUCT, IT IS VERY CONCENTRATED. IF YOU LIVE WITH CANCER YOU COULD GET RID OF IT.
it's good but points off for trace amounts of soy
Posted by Reviewer1827451 on Jul 17, 2013
first off this is probably the best k-supplement on the market price-wise. i like using it and enjoy a bunch of health benefits but it gives me an itch. that's applying it on my wrists for transdermal absorption, swallowing it gives me the same brainfog soy always does even in trace amounts. 2 stars of for the fact that it contains soy and an extra of for the no-mention. the health food industry would do good from a boost of honesty really. with thorne being one of the companies profiled as "hypo-allergenic" and whatever.
Menatetrenone (MK-4) is the K2 needed for premium health
7 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2167095 on Feb 10, 2013
Menatetrenone is the form of K2 the body needs & utilizes best. It has also been trialed & effective for osteoporosis & various cancers. This is an excellent product, I will be reordering.
Thorne Research Vit K2
Posted by Reviewer1434920 on Nov 04, 2010
both my toddlers and I use this K2, it is so easy to administer and practically tasteless. It is a good addition to our health protocol here, we use it to help with calcium absorbtion etc.