Boron 3 mg contains a safe portion of the element, so you can feel the benefits of supplementation. One capsule corresponds to the recommended daily amount of boron - 3 mg. The product is in the form of sodium borate (borax) - in this form it is absorbed in the intestines. It is mainly removed in the urine.
Three chemists are credited with the discovery of boron: Joseph Gay-Lussac and Louis Jacques Thénard received the element during their research in 1808 in Paris. At the same time - with independent work - in London, Humphry Davy also did . Naturally boron occurs in the form of colorless crystals of sodium borate. It is an inorganic chemical compound - sodium boric acid - also known as "borax", "sodium tetraborate" or "sodium tetraborate" . Boron belongs to 13 group (IIIA) of the periodic table of elements - it has the symbol B and the atomic number 5.
Boron is necessary for the efficient performance of many body processes. Although it is a trace element, its deficiencies have many unpleasant consequences. Sources of boron in the diet include dried prunes and apricots, raisins, avocado, onion, cinnamon, parsley, potatoes and nuts .
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Osavi Boron nutritional facts
CONTAINS: Contains per portion: 1 capsule
- Boron (sodium borate) 3 mg
RECOMMENDED DAILY DOSE: 1 capsule
METHOD OF USE: Swallow the capsule with a glass of water. We suggest to take one capsule daily, after a meal.
INGREDIENTS: Inulin, shell (hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose), sodium borate.