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CtoMi Deer Placenta With Marine Collagen

CtoMi Deer Placenta With Marine Collagen

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Description

Recommended Adult Dosage:

Take 1-2 capsule daily or as professionally directed.

Ingredients:

– Deer Placenta Powder (20:1) 25mg

Equiv. to fresh Deer Placenta 500mg

– Marine Collagen Powder 60mg

– Grape Seed Oil 380mg

– Astaxanthin Oil 2mg

Encapsulating aids, colours and antioxidant

Rich in benefits, deer placenta encourages general health and wellbeing while offering support during times of stress or after childbirth. Our Deer Placenta supplement contains added marine collagen; a powerful nutrient which actively fights free radicals while helping to improve skin elasticity and moisture retention.

Important:- Our delivery hours are up to 6pm on Mondays to Saturdays, no delivery on Sundays.

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Manufactured here in New Zealand and sold globally

The exceptional range of Ctomi products are formulated to give you the support you need to excel in life. We are unrelenting in delivering you the highest performing products backed by industry-leading research and development. Come and join us on our journey- we’re committed to helping you build your legacy.

NZ RMP COMPLIANCE

Working in partnership with the Ministry of Primary Industries, Ctomi has a full RMP policy statement set in place. Our RMP policy has been designed to ensure our manufacturing and packing standards meet the requirements of the Animal Products Act 1999. Our RMP sets out how we identify and control, manage and eliminate food safety hazards and other common risk factors related to our processing.

GMP CERTIFICATION

All of our supplements are manufactured at a GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) certified premises. The gold-standard in pharmaceutical manufacturing certifications, GMP standards ensure that all products are consistently produced according to a set of tightly controlled standards. GMP is put in place to absolutely minimise the risks involved in pharmaceutical production that cannot be eliminated through the testing of the final product.