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Celtone 500ml
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Celtone 500ml

Code 131 Suitable for vegansNon-lactose contentNot tested on animals

Digestive Aids

Celtone is an alterative tonic produced from herbs, apples and oats recommended for assisting with digestion and absorption of nutrients.Celtone helps maintain a healthy digestive function.

Contains extracts of alfalfa, aloe vera, apple, echinacea, kelp, oats, licorice and peppermint. Celtone is a cold percolation extract.

Each 10mL dose contains:

  • Avena sativa (oat) seed 500mg
  • Echinacea angustifolia (echinacea) root 50mg
  • Fucus vesiculosis (bladderwrack) herb 18.75mg
  • Glycyrryhiza glabra (liquorice) root 25mg
  • Mentha piperita (peppermint) herb 18.4mg
  • Aloe barbadensis resin 20mg
  • Ethanol (alcohol) 124mcL/mL
  • Take 10mL twice daily before meals.
    Use as directed on the label, or ask a SAFE™ naturopath.

    Do not take this tonic if you are taking antihypertensive or some cortisone medications.
    Do not take during pregnancy.

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    Suitable for vegetarians
    Suitable for vegans
    Suitable for pescatarians
    Non-gluten content
    Non-lactose content
    Not tested on animals

    *The company acronym (SAFE or S.A.F.E.) and logos are trademarks of Sustainable Agriculture & Food Enterprises Pty Ltd, and in no way imply that the products are advertised as unequivocally safe to use or that other therapeutic goods are inferior. Always read the label, use only as directed, and if symptoms persist please see your doctor/healthcare professional.

    Cautions: Please be aware that some natural supplements may be unsuitable to take whilst on pharmaceutical medications, pregnant, with certain health conditions, or for use by children. If you are currently using any medications or have a particular health condition, please consult one of our Naturopaths prior to commencing any supplemental program. All information provided is for personal education purposes only, and should not be used for diagnosing a health condition or disease.