Potassium Iodide (KI or KIO3) protects your thyroid during a nuclear emergency and inhibits your risk of developing thyroid cancer further down the road. Food for Health's KI saturates your thyroid with safe iodine, leaving little, if any, opportunity for the radioactive iodine to do any damage - no damage means no threat of cancer.
Since radioactive iodine is primarily released from a nuclear reactor accident or a weapon, running to the store to pick up Potassium Iodide bottles for you and your loved one may not be practical. With a shelf life between 4 and 7 years (depending on production), storing KI for a rainy day is the optimal solution.
Potassium Iodide should ONLY be taken at the request of health officials. Only one dose is required every 24 hours. Your thyroid can only absorb so much safe iodine. There is no need to invite the unnecessary risks of side effects by premature dosing!
Take only if directed by authorities or if radioactive fallout is imminent.
Minimum Daily Dose Adults - 2 Tablets Children 3 to 12 years - 1 Tablet Children 1 Month to 3 years - 1/2 Tablet Newborn to 1 Month - 1/4 to 1/2 Tablet
Minimum Days To Take - 3 to 14 days for adults and children, as directed by authorities. Newborn to 3 years, 1 to 3 days. Longer if needed under a doctor's care.
Each tablet contains: 85mg potassium iodate, pre-gel vegetable starch, sorbitol, dicalcium phosphate and magnesium sterate.
Warning: See your physician before taking KI03 if you have: Thyroid diease, dermatitis, hepatitis, iodine allergy or a vascular disease. Advice your physician if a rash develops. Store in a dry cool place.
Not intended as a nutritional supplement. Keep out of reach of children
90 Tablets - 85 Milligrams
KIO3 85mg Animal Instructions:
Large Dog: Give 1 to 2 tablets per day for 15 days (minimum)
Medium Dog: Give 1/2 to 1 tablet per day for 15 days (minimum)
Cats and Small Dogs: 1/4 to 1/2 a tablet per day for 15 days (minimum)
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