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Potassium Iodide 65mg tablets (Thyroid Protection)

Protects the thyroid from radioactive iodine (radioiodine) poisoning in the event of a serious radioisotope release. Each packet provides 20, 65mg tablets.

  • Adult Dose = 2 tablets daily, 10 day protection
  • Child Dose = 1 tablet (3+ yrs), 20+ day protection
  • One packet per person recommended by FDA
  • No prescription required - OTC
  • FDA Expiration date: July 2015
  • Detailed Dosing Instructions Included

BEFORE YOU BUY, BE AWARE OF THE FOLLOWING:

As of 10/17/2016, our current stock of ThyroSafe has an printed expiration date of Feb, 2017, though the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) very clearly states the following:

"Potassium iodide tablets with an expired shelf-life are SAFE, INHERENTLY STABLE and do not lose their effectiveness over time."

You can read their full explanation on the NRC websit HERE

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