Solray D3 + K2 Liposome Spray

2 fl oz (60mL)

Supports immune, cardiovascular, hormonal & bone health.*

DIETARY CONSIDERATIONS

  • Gluten Free
  • Vegetarian
SKU: 131830

Ingredients + Recommended Use

  • Serving Size: 2 Sprays (240 mcL)
  • Servings Per Container: 250

Active Ingredients

  • Vitamin D3 ( as Cholecalciferol), 62.5 mcg (2500 iu) 313%
  • Vitamin K2 (as Menaquinone 4&7), 120 mcg 100%

Other Ingredients

Steam distilled water, vegetable glycerin, vitamin E, natural orange flavor, lactic acid, potassium sorbate, sunflower lecithin (non-GMO)

Usage Direction

  • 1 spray sublingually daily or as directed by a health care practitioner.
  • Shake well before use.
  • Do not refrigerate, keep at room temperature.

Disclaimer

*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.

Aperture Energetics and Physica Energetics are not medical facilities, nor do we provide any medical advice on
any of the products. Our supplements are intended to be used under the close
supervision and direct care of a licensed or certified healing arts professional.
Products are only sold through licensed or certified healing arts
practitioners. Aperture Energetics and Physica Energetics offer this
information with the expectation that practitioners shall use their own
discretion, perform their own research, and rely on their own clinical
experience and practice according to their scope of practice and the limits of
their license or certification.

Product Overview

Solray D3 + K2 has advanced nanosphere technology concentrated in a liposome spray to support maximum absorption.*

Vitamin D3 and Vitamin K2 (MK-7) deficiency is a worldwide epidemic. Over 1 billion people are at risk for its associated conditions beyond this winter's viral concerns. Almost daily, references to vitamin D dominate the headlines. Paradoxically, very little is being said about Vitamin K2.

There is overwhelming evidence confirming that the safety of vitamin D is dependent on adequate vitamin K2 (MK-7).

Vitamin K is the name of a group of compounds that are all related. The first one discovered was Phylloquinone or K1. K1 is the form in which vitamin K produces clotting factors. Produced by plants and algae, K1 is found in green leafy vegetables such as broccoli, kale, and Swiss chard and in plant oils such as canola and soybean oil.

Most research has turned to the more effective menaquinones or vitamin K2 in the last decade. Supplemental vitamin K2 exists in several forms. The most common ones are the synthetic menaquinone-4 (MK-4) and the natural menaquinone-7 (MK-7).

Recent studies have shown the more expensive vitamin MK-7 to be more complete, may have additional heart condition benefits, and may include inhibiting calcium deposits in the arteries. MK-4 must be applied in very high pharmacological doses (milligrams) to demonstrate bone and heart health benefits. In the case of MK-7, doses in micrograms – 1000x less are sufficient for a significant bioactive effect.

The longer half-life of MK-7 results in significantly better accumulation compared to MK-4. Research shows that MK-7 has six times better absorption in only eight days.

The long-chain menaquinones (especially MK-7) are the most desirable as they are nearly completely absorbed (the body requires smaller doses) and stay in the blood for the longest time. This means vitamin K2 can also be available for tissues outside the liver, bones, arteries, and soft tissues. K2 has been reported to decrease serum cholesterol and cholesterol deposits in the aorta, contributing to the suppression of atherosclerosis.

Vitamin K2 (MK-7) has been linked to reduced coronary heart disease. One extensive and significant study conducted in the Netherlands in 2004 followed 4800 healthy men and women for ten years. It found vitamin K2 reduced the risk of coronary heart disease mortality by 50%; aortic calcification was also reduced by 30-40% in the famous Rotterdam study.
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