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FOR RELIEF OF OCCASIONAL HEARTBURN*

D-Limonene uses a patented orange peel extract to deliver relief from occasional heartburn in a softgel that only needs to be taken every other day.*

FOR RELIEF OF OCCASIONAL HEARTBURN*

D-Limonene uses a patented orange peel extract to deliver relief from occasional heartburn in a softgel that only needs to be taken every other day.*

INGREDIENTS

Serving Size: 1 softgel
Amount / Serving
%DV
Serving Size: 1 softgel
Amount / Serving
%DV
Orange (Citrus sinensis) (peel) Extract standardized to 98.5% d-limonene
1g
**

1g

Orange (Citrus sinensis) (peel) Extract standardized to 98.5% d-limonene

**

** Daily Value (DV) not established

†Percent daily value is based on a 2000 calorie diet

Other Ingredients
gelatin, glycerin, purified water
D-Limonene Does Not Contain

Salt

Gluten

Corn

Soy

Dairy

Colors

Wheat

Other Details

UPC: 871791004238

SKU: 79110

DIRECTIONS

D-Limonene Directions and/or Dosage

Adults 18 years of age and older, upon first experiencing symptoms, swallow 1 softgel every other day for 20 days and 1 softgel as needed for occasional relief thereafter. When taken in combination with other immune therapies, consult a healthcare professional for recommended dose. Best if taken half an hour before or 1 hour after meals, with water. Not formulated for children. Do not bite or chew. Do not exceed recommended dose.

Warning

Do not use if you are pregnant, nursing, have gastritis or peptic ulcer disease. If you are taking any medications, consult a healthcare professional prior to use. If symptoms persist, discontinue use and consult a healthcare professional. Keep out of reach of children. This product has a tamper-evident foil pouch. Do not use if foil or plastic is punctured. Store at room temperature. Avoid excessive heat and direct sunlight.

FAQS

A: While D-Limonene was formulated to be taken every other day, it can be safely taken daily as well.

A: No, D-Limonene must be swallowed whole. We do not recommend opening the capsules and mixing the contents with food or liquids as the volatile oil in this product could irritate the throat.

A: D-Limonene contains an all-natural key ingredient, D-limonene, which is the main component in the citrus peel oil of oranges. It is isolated from the citrus peel oil by a purification process. Despite this purification, Heartburn Free may contain minute amounts of substances problematic to allergic individuals. Thus, citrus allergies could possibly be aggravated by exposure to this product. We cannot completely predict individual responses to any dietary supplement, as reactions may vary based on unique health and nutrition needs. Therefore, we encourage consumers to discuss all substances they are considering for use with their allergy specialist if they suspect a product may cause an allergic reaction.

A: Although the D-limonene found in D-Limonene is 98.5% pure, because it is from citrus fruit peel, it is possible that it may contain some citric acid. This amount should be very small and is unlikely to cause irritation except in those who are extremely sensitive.

A: Limonene is a chiral molecule. That is, it exists in two forms as mirror images (e.g., human hands are an example of chirality). Most chiral molecules are found in one form in nature, and D-limonene is the naturally occurring form of limonene. We are not aware of any synthetic limonene preparations on the market as D-limonene is found in citrus fruits and a variety of other plants. Furthermore, the compound is a terpene and is not particularly easy to produce synthetically.

A: No, D-limonene is not recommended for individuals who have ulcers or suspect they have ulcers. D-limonene can irritate an open wound and result in a burning sensation.

FOR RELIEF OF OCCASIONAL HEARTBURN*

D-Limonene uses a patented orange peel extract to deliver relief from occasional heartburn in a softgel that only needs to be taken every other day.*

FOR RELIEF OF OCCASIONAL HEARTBURN*

D-Limonene uses a patented orange peel extract to deliver relief from occasional heartburn in a softgel that only needs to be taken every other day.*

INGREDIENTS

Serving Size: 1 softgel
Amount / Serving
%DV
Serving Size: 1 softgel
Amount / Serving
%DV
Orange (Citrus sinensis) (peel) Extract standardized to 98.5% d-limonene
1g
**

1g

Orange (Citrus sinensis) (peel) Extract standardized to 98.5% d-limonene

**

** Daily Value (DV) not established

†Percent daily value is based on a 2000 calorie diet

Other Ingredients
gelatin, glycerin, purified water
D-Limonene Does Not Contain

Salt

Gluten

Corn

Soy

Dairy

Colors

Wheat

Other Details

UPC: 871791004238

SKU: 79110

DIRECTIONS

D-Limonene Directions and/or Dosage

Adults 18 years of age and older, upon first experiencing symptoms, swallow 1 softgel every other day for 20 days and 1 softgel as needed for occasional relief thereafter. When taken in combination with other immune therapies, consult a healthcare professional for recommended dose. Best if taken half an hour before or 1 hour after meals, with water. Not formulated for children. Do not bite or chew. Do not exceed recommended dose.

Warning

Do not use if you are pregnant, nursing, have gastritis or peptic ulcer disease. If you are taking any medications, consult a healthcare professional prior to use. If symptoms persist, discontinue use and consult a healthcare professional. Keep out of reach of children. This product has a tamper-evident foil pouch. Do not use if foil or plastic is punctured. Store at room temperature. Avoid excessive heat and direct sunlight.

FAQS

A: While D-Limonene was formulated to be taken every other day, it can be safely taken daily as well.

A: No, D-Limonene must be swallowed whole. We do not recommend opening the capsules and mixing the contents with food or liquids as the volatile oil in this product could irritate the throat.

A: D-Limonene contains an all-natural key ingredient, D-limonene, which is the main component in the citrus peel oil of oranges. It is isolated from the citrus peel oil by a purification process. Despite this purification, Heartburn Free may contain minute amounts of substances problematic to allergic individuals. Thus, citrus allergies could possibly be aggravated by exposure to this product. We cannot completely predict individual responses to any dietary supplement, as reactions may vary based on unique health and nutrition needs. Therefore, we encourage consumers to discuss all substances they are considering for use with their allergy specialist if they suspect a product may cause an allergic reaction.

A: Although the D-limonene found in D-Limonene is 98.5% pure, because it is from citrus fruit peel, it is possible that it may contain some citric acid. This amount should be very small and is unlikely to cause irritation except in those who are extremely sensitive.

A: Limonene is a chiral molecule. That is, it exists in two forms as mirror images (e.g., human hands are an example of chirality). Most chiral molecules are found in one form in nature, and D-limonene is the naturally occurring form of limonene. We are not aware of any synthetic limonene preparations on the market as D-limonene is found in citrus fruits and a variety of other plants. Furthermore, the compound is a terpene and is not particularly easy to produce synthetically.

A: No, D-limonene is not recommended for individuals who have ulcers or suspect they have ulcers. D-limonene can irritate an open wound and result in a burning sensation.

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* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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