Our Potassium Gluconate is a white coloured powder. This product’s certificate of analysis is available on request.
Potassium Gluconate Usage, Dosage and Side Effects:
|How||Potassium Gluconate can be taken by adding the recommended dose to drinks such as water or fruit juice, or by placing the recommended amount into capsules to be swallowed.|
|When||We recommend taking Potassium Gluconate with food, or just after eating.|
|Dosage||Adults and teenagers - 20 milliequivalents (mEq) mixed into one-half glass of cold water or juice, taken two to four times a day. However, most people will not take more than 100 mEq a day.|
|Side Effects||High doses of Potassium Gluconate may cause upset stomach, nausea, vomiting, gas or diarrhoea.|
Advisory InformationThe products sold by Blackburn Distributions are not intended to diagnose, treat, restore, correct or modify any functions in human beings. They are solely intended to help maintain & support a healthy lifestyle. The claims presented have not been evaluated by the FDA or the MHRA. We recommend that you seek advice from a fully qualified health care professional before consuming any of these products especially if you are taking other medications or pregnant. Discontinue use and consult a doctor if any adverse reactions occur. Not intended for use by persons under the age of 18. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place.
Customer Reviews 2 item(s)
If you are a 'fill your own capsules' fan buying supplements in powder form is a must to save yourself a lot of money. This product is top quality - Pure and my recommended form of Potassium for low level deficiency and maintenance.It's better than Potassium Citrate since citrate can be hard on the kidneys and digestive system or if one has other halth issues. I'm quite happy with this Potassium Gluconate and will purchase again as needed.
I'm happy with the potassium gluconate, and the bag reseals nicely. But perhaps some kind of moisture-control solution should be included, considering the large volume, the powder's hydrophilic properties, and the potential for spoilage.
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