• Made with silicea, calcium and sodium salts
• Also contains extracts of freshly harvested nettle
• For strong healthy nails
• Strengthens hair
What is Urticalcin Stinging Nettle Complex?
Urticalcin has a number of uses as a herbal food supplement. Silicea, in combination with extracts of freshly harvested stinging nettle (Urtica dioica), helps to strengthen and improve the appearance and function of nails. Urticalcin may also be used to support healthy hair growth.
Urticalcin silicea and nettle extract is part of the wide range of A.Vogel herbal remedies. It is made to the highest quality standards in Switzerland and comes in the form of small, easy to take tablets.
Urticalcin takes its name from the Stinging Nettle plant (Urtica dioica). It helps the body take advantage of the silicea and calcium salts present in this supplement as well as in the diet.
Dosage Urticalcin Stinging Nettle Complex
Directions for use:
Adults: Suck or chew 3 tablets twice daily, allowing them to dissolve in the mouth.
Children (2-12 years): Suck or chew 1 tablet twice daily, allowing it to dissolve in the mouth.
Urticalcin silicea and nettle extract is convenient to take. This is unlike silicea in the form of gels (silicea gel) which has to be taken 1 hour before any medication to avoid the risk of drug interaction.
Urticalcin silicea and nettle extract is not recommended for children under 2 years of age. Please seek medical advice if pregnant.
Extracts of Urtica, Silicea, Calcium carbonate (from molluscs), Calcium phosphate and Sodium phosphate. Also contains lactose, magnesium stearate (vegetable source) and pregelatinised potato starch to 100mg.
This product contains lactose. Not suitable for those who are lactose intolerant.
*Not intended for use by pregnant or nursing women. If you are taking any medications or have any medical condition, please consult your healthcare practitioner before taking this product.
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Excellent service and advice
These tablets are beneficial for my teeth & they make my nails grow too. I certainly notice a difference in nails, when taking them.