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Suntrex D3 is a premium quality vitamin D3 nutritional supplement. It’s produced by extracting oil from hearty, nutrient-dense plants known as lichens. Every batch is analyzed to verify purity and D3 content. Lichen sourced D3 is recognized by the Vegan Society as the one form of D3 suitable for vegans. It’s completely free of toxins and allergens and contains no yeast, wheat, soy, milk, salt, sugar, preservatives or artificial colors. Simply put, if you want the best, this is it.

Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, or simply prefer a high quality vitamin D3 supplement, Suntrex D3 is the answer!


Vitamin D3 (as D3 from lichen)
Vitamin D3, also known as cholecalciferol, is the most bioavailable form of vitamin D and provides nutritional support for the brain and immune system.
Other Ingredients
USP Kosher certified vegetable glycerin
More gentle and stable than alcohol, USP Kosher certified vegetable glycerin is the best solvent base for liquid formulations.
Triple distilled water
Triple distilled water is ultra pure and one of the best neutral carriers.
Organic guar gum
Organic guar gum is a safe and natural stabilizer.
† Results may vary.


Suggested Use
Shake well. Take 1 ml by mouth daily or as recommended by your health care practitioner.

† Results may vary.


Who should take vitamin D supplements?
Everyone should be aware of vitamin D deficiency and most people can take vitamin D supplements without issue. However, if you’re taking heart medication, have hyperparathyroidism, Hodgkin’s or non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a granulomatous disease, high blood calcium levels, kidney stones, kidney disease, liver disease, or hormonal disease, you should consult your healthcare specialist before adding a vitamin D supplement to your nutritional regimen.

How common is vitamin D deficiency?
Vitamin D deficiency can affect anyone, from newborns to the elderly. Dietary sources are few and inadequate. Without adequate sun exposure, which most people do not get, it’s a good idea to take a vitamin D supplement.

Why aren’t dietary sources adequate?
There just aren’t many foods that offer a significant amount of vitamin D. The main sources are salmon, mackerel, bluefish, tuna, fortified milk, baby formula, cereal, and orange juice.

Is cod liver oil is a good source of vitamin D?
Cod liver oil does contain vitamin D but it also contains large amounts of vitamin A. Vitamin A antagonizes the action of vitamin D and too much can be toxic. The Vitamin D Council warns against taking cod liver oil for this reason.

I’m a vegan, should I take more vitamin D3 than recommended?
Not necessarily, you should just be aware that your dietary choices may make it more difficult for you to get enough vitamin D3. Before taking more than directed, we recommend consulting with your healthcare advisor who is familiar with your personal situation.

Can a person take too much vitamin D?
Yes, too much vitamin D can result in vitamin D toxicity. Indications of vitamin D toxicity include nausea, vomiting, constipation, weakness and weight loss. It can also coincide with dangerously high calcium levels that may produce kidney stones, confusion, and abnormal heart rhythms. The Vitamin D Council recommends adults do not exceed the upper limit of 10,000 IU/day.

How can I check my vitamin D levels?
Talk to your doctor about having a blood test to measure 25-hydroxy-vitamin D levels. Make sure they do not order a test for 1,25-dihydroxy-vitamin D, as this is a common error.

† Results may vary.