If Vitamin D usually comes from fatty fish, where does vegan vitamin D come from?
Vitamin D3 occurs naturally in many types or plants,
- in the leaves of Cestrum
- Solanum malacoxylon
- Solanum tuberosum (Solanaceae) and Cucurbita pepo (Cucurbitaceae)
- lichen (cladonia rangiferina)
- alfalfa plant (Medicago sativa)
- and the grasses Dactylis glomerata and Trisetum flavescens
and in the leaves of
- S. malacoxylon
- C. diurnum and Trisetum flavescens
- pollen of Pinus nigra and Pinus sylvestris
Vitamin D is usually taken into the body from the sun’s rays or from fatty fish like tuna and salmon. Vitamin D3 is is also derived from lanolin in sheeps wool.
Naturenhance Liquid Sun offers a 100% plant based Vitamin D3 extracted from lichen and turned into a vegan liquid vitamin with antibacterial essential oils.
We procure our Vitamin D3 from cladonia rangiferina commonly known as reindeer lichen. An important food for reindeer, now humans are learning how to keep healthy.
Naturenhance has a nifty little bottle of Vitamin D, fresh out of our testing facility that is a secret weapon in the fight against certain pathogens.
That's what we believe,
We state clearly that vitamins and supplements are not to be used as medicine and cannot replace a diet of fruit and vegetables. If you are sick you should consult your G.P.
If you want some Vitamin D however, Naturenhance provides this plant based and water soluble product in the form of Liquid Sun! It is recommended you spray 5 to 10 squirts of Liquid Sun into your mouth, two times a day. This will give you up to 6000 IU of Vitamin D. You are pretty safe just carrying it around in your purse or man bag and spraying our Vitamin D product orally all day, whenever you want fresh breath. Yes ! our Liquid Sun -Vitamin D- spray is flavored with peppermint extract and it has anti bacterial properties in it so it kills any nasty airborne viruses that some one may of sneezed or coughed on you.
So while liquid Sun is working on any vitamin D requirement or deficiency it also is putting up a barrier to the flu at the point of entry into your body, your mouth.