Releaf Vitamin D3 30s

Credit: from R8 per month


  • Contributes to the maintenance of strong bones and teeth
  • Orodispersible tablet-dissolves in the mouth


Contributes to the maintenance of strong bones and teeth. Contributes to the absorption and use of calcium and phosphorous. Maintains the normal function of the immune system. Sugar free Orodispersible tablet-dissolves in the mouth


Per tablet % NRV* Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) 1 000 IU 1666.7% (25 mcg). Inactive ingredients: colloidal silicon dioxide, flavouring (menthol), mannitol, magnesium stearate, sodium carboxymethylcellulose, sodium starch glycolate.


Do NOT take Releaf Vitamin D3: ' If you are allergic to any of the ingredients. ' If you have high levels of calcium in your blood (hypercalcaemia) or urine (hypercalciuria). ' If you suffer from kidney failure or kidney stones (renal calculi). ' If you have high levels of vitamin D in your blood (hypervitaminosis D). Please consult your doctor or pharmacist prior to use if: ' You suffer from heart disease or narrowing arteries. ' You are taking medicines containing Vitamin D3, your doctor may want you to have regular blood tests to check the amount of calcium in your blood. Releaf Vitamin D3 with food and drink: There are no known side effects to taking Releaf Vitamin D3 with food and drink. Pregnancy and breastfeeding: It is possible to use Releaf Vitamin D3 during pregnancy and lactation, only as part of a prenatal supplementation programme. Please consult your Doctor prior to use. Vitamin D is excreted in breast milk. Too much Vitamin D3 may harm your baby.


Adults and children above 4 years of age: Take 1 orodispersible tablet daily preferably with a meal, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner. Dissolves in the mouth. STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS: Store in a cool, dry place at or below 25 'C. Do not remove the blisters from the original packing until required for use. Protect from light.

Dietary Summary

  • Dairy Free
  • Lactose Free
  • Soy Free
  • Sugar Free
  • Preservative Free
  • No Added Sugar

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Our National Training Manager Sonja Hindley gives us an insight into the powerful plants of our indigenous soils, and lists some of her favourite winter supplements...

Medicinal plants have been our allies for centuries, and numerous cultures still rely on indigenous plants for their primary health care needs. There has been a major resurgence of interest in the benefits of traditional medicine, and we are starting to tap into the powerful history of indigenous wisdom in South Africa. While scanning our shelves, you may have noticed African potato, aloe ferox, rooibos, buchu, devil’s claw and sceletium – these are all beautiful, healing plants from African and South African soil.

While we stock a wide variety of super supplements, my current favourites for winter immune support are:


Sutherlandia is a traditional African herbal supplement that was first used by the Khoi and Nama people as a multipurpose adaptogen. Because of its adaptability, sutherlandia has several vernacular names which reference its ethnomedicinal significance. These include “phetola” which means “it changes” in Setswana, referring to the plant’s ability to change the course of (i.e. remedy) a multitude of illnesses.

You can use sutherlandia in a tincture, or try out the Wellness Herbal Sutherlandia Tea with added peppermint and ginger for maximum immune support.


Pelargonium sidoides, also known as the black geranium or Cape pelargonium, is a plant that has long been used in South African traditional medicine. Pelargonium is bacterio-static, meaning that it inhibits the growth and reproduction of bacteria, and it may be used to assist with the treatment of acute and chronic upper respiratory tract infections (coughs, colds, ear, nose and throat ailments). 

Trying using a pelargonium tincture, such as the Wellness Pelargonium Oral Drops, at the onset of infection to assist in treatment.


The baobab tree is known as the tree of life, and with good reason – for centuries it has provided animal and human inhabitants of the African savannahs with shelter, clothing, cordage, medicine, food, and water. It is a powerful antioxidant superfood thanks to its high vitamin C levels, as well as it’s impressive mineral content which includes calcium, magnesium and potassium. The prebiotic fibre in baobab feeds beneficial gut bacteria to keep the health of your gastrointestinal and immune systems humming. 

For an easy baobab boost, grab some Wellness Raw Baobab Powder to add into your smoothies, oatmeal, breakfast bowls, soups and stews, or try out this warm and wonderful baobab hot toddy!


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