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CtoMi Soy Isoflavones 12,000mg

CtoMi Soy Isoflavones 12,000mg

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Recommended Adult Dosage:

Take 1-2 capsule daily or as professionally directed


– Soy (Glycine max) Isoflavone extract (60:1) 200mg

Equiv. total Isoflavone 80mg

Equiv. to dry Soy 12,000mg

– Evening Primrose (Oenothera biennis) Oil 500mg

Equiv. Gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA) 50mg

– Calcium Carbonate 100mg

– Grape (Vitis vinifera) Seed Oil 109mg

– Nutritional Yeast 50mg

Encapsulating aids, colours

24,000mg dry soy based on a two-capsule dose

Our Soy Isoflavones 24,000 soft gels contain the complete protein of soy isoflavones with evening primrose oil, which is high in omega-6 fatty acids. Soy Isoflavones 24,000 encourages a natural menopause transition and supports hormonal balance. Added calcium promotes optimal skeletal health

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.


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.


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.