How to cope with inventory shortages

The numerous inventory shortages caused by the pandemic have become a frustrating reality for both merchants and consumers. Unfortunately, it looks like they will be a part of our daily lives for a while. Here are some tips that we hope will help you get through the turmoil:

  1. Order early. Don't wait to finish a product if you want to keep taking it.
  2. Order two or three units of a product if you plan to take it for a long time. It may not be available the next time you need it.
  3. Ask your health care professional to suggest one or two alternatives for each product he/she recommends you take.
  4. Because of their higher quality standards, some brands have more difficulty sourcing their raw materials than others. Here are a few brands that currently have a very low backorder rate (less than 5%) or return times: Ortho Molecular Products, New Roots Herbal, Metagenics, AOR, Alterra, HerbalGem, Pranarom, Viazen. Reduce the risk of disappointment by choosing these brands.
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Product Details

Each 10 Drops (0.28 ml) contain

Medicinal ingredients: - Silver Linden (Tilia tomentosa) Bud Extract (1:20) 0.09 ml - 4.7 mg Dried Equivalent - Fig (Ficus carica) Bud Extract (1:20) 0.09 ml - 4.7 mg Dried Equivalent - Olive (Olea europaea) Young Shoot Extract (1:20) 0.09 ml - 4.7 mg Dried Equivalent

Other ingredients: Purified water, ethanol (grain), glycerin.

Suggested Use

Phytoembryotherapy is a branch of phytotherapy that includes embryological tissues of plants such as buds and young shoots that contain plant meristem stems, undifferentiated, fast, dividing cells which contains the plant's genetic blueprint material and disappear in fully developed plants once chlorophyll is formed. These embryological tissues are also utilized because their energetic components are at their highest levels when they are harvested in the spring, the most active phase of the growth cycle.