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English: Sustained Release High Potency B "50" Dietary Supplement, B vitamin dietary supplement tablets branded "Trader Darwin's" (sold at Trader Joe's). The tablets each contain 50 mg of thiamin, 50 mg of riboflavin, 50 mg of niacin, 50 mg of vitamin B6, 400 mcg of folate, 50 mcg of biotin, 50 mg of pantothenic acid, and 90 mg of calcium, as well a "Proprietary Blend" of inositol, choline bitartrate, alfalfa powder, parsley powder, rice bran, and watercress powder, in a base of cellulose, vegetable oil powder, stearic acid, and magnesium stearate.
Date 8 June 2008
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Author Ragesoss


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