These supplements are manufactured by Daily
Manufacturing, Rockwell, North Carolina. In the United States, orders of $150.00 or more of supplements, shipping is free and
discounted 30%. If you are outside the United
States, you will receive a 30% discount on orders of $150.00 or more, but you
will have to pay shipping. We charge $3.50 handling on each order. Orders
less than $150.00 are not discounted and are charged for shipping and handling.
No Excipients (NE): Many products contain no excipients.
Cellulose (C): Also known as microcrystalline cellulose. A purified plant fiber used as a filler, flowing agent, and aids tablet disintegra-tion. Besides aiding in manufacturing, cellulose supplies a high qual-ity dietary fiber.
Chlorophyll (CL): Natural plant material used as a protective coating on tablets.
Croscarmellose Sodium (CS): This form of cellulose absorbs large quantities of water and expands rapidly. This is used in small amounts to help tablets disintegrate. This effectively eliminates the problem of undigested tablets.
Magnesium Stearate (MS): Magnesium stearate is made by combin-ing magnesium with vegetable oils. Magnesium stearate assists in allowing ingredients to flow into tablet dies and capsules.
Shellac (S): A natural coating produced from tree resins by insects and collected by farmers in India. Used on a few tablets that need protection from oxygen and moisture.
Silicon Dioxide (SD): A natural silica used as an anti-caking agent, that allows ―sticky‖ materials to flow. All silica is poorly absorbed, but does add some silicon to the diet. Typically used in concentrations of 1% or less.
Soybean Oil (SO): This natural vegetable oil is frequently included in softgel capsules containing fat soluble vitamins or oils.
Stearic Acid (SA): A natural vegetable oil often used as a lubricant to allow difficult agents to flow. Used in small amounts (usually 2% or less) therefore, not adding significant calories from fat.