FAQs About Violet Idodine Supplement
These are some of the most commonly asked questions about Violet. If you have additional questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is Violet®?
Violet is a daily iodine supplement that helps alleviate the most common symptoms of cyclic mastalgia and fibrocystic breast condition (FBC), including swelling, tenderness, aches and heaviness and promotes optimal breast health.
Is it a drug?
What are the key ingredients?
What form does it come in?
What pill counts are available?
What symptoms does it address?
How is it different?
Is this different from other iodine (iodide) supplements currently available?
Yes it is different. Violet is created using a novel technology that combines a formulation of two forms of iodine: iodide and iodate. This unique, non-hormonal formulation interacts with the acidic pH environment of the stomach to form molecular iodine, which is then delivered to breast tissue, resulting in a reduction of menstrual-related breast discomfort. Until now, there has never been a supplement demonstrated to target breast tissue, making Violet the first iodine supplement to address the underlying cause of menstrual-related breast symptoms associated with fibrocystic breast condition.
Can I just adjust my diet to include more iodized salt instead?
Simply adding salt to the diet is not effective in alleviating the symptoms of fibrocystic breast condition. Iodized table salt does not contain the correct form of iodine. Additionally, increased sodium intake contributes to high blood pressure, which can lead to heart disease, stroke, heart failure, and kidney disease. Talk to your doctor about safe levels of salt in your diet.
Can I get an effective amount of iodine from a multivitamin instead?
Violet tablets are different from other iodine supplements, including multivitamins. Violet tablets are made with a unique formulation that blends two iodine ingredients to deliver molecular iodine. Most multivitamins contain 225 micrograms (or less) of iodide, whereas Violet tablets contain 3000 micrograms (3 mg) of iodine per tablet. This daily amount is effective at helping alleviate monthly breast discomfort associated with fibrocystic breast condition.
Label information and usage
Who should take Violet?
Violet is designed for women suffering from fibrocystic breast condition and/or the symptoms of menstrual-related breast discomfort (such as aches, heaviness, tenderness and swelling) who want to proactively take care of their breast health.
Can I take Violet during or after menopause?
Violet has not been clinically tested for efficacy among women with symptoms not related to the menstrual cycle. However, we have received many testimonials from women who have taken Violet and found relief before, during and after menopause. Women with breast pain not related to the menstrual cycle should consult with a healthcare professional prior to trying Violet.
Do I need to consult a physician before taking it?
Consult a physician prior to use if you:
- Are pregnant or nursing
- Have a known allergy or hypersensitivity to iodine
- Have a history of thyroid disease
- Are taking prescription medications including lithium or thiouracils (such as Methylthiouracil and Propulthiouracil)
- Have had bariatric surgery
When do I start taking Violet?
You can begin taking Violet any day during your cycle. The pills are labeled by the days of the week as a reminder for you to take it every day.
When is the best time of day to take it?
For mild to moderate symptoms, take one pill on an empty stomach every morning. For more severe symptoms, take 1 additional pill every evening.
How often do I need to take it?
Violet should be taken daily.
Do I have to take it on an empty stomach?
The ingredients in Violet work best on an empty stomach. You should wait 30 minutes before eating or taking other supplements or medications.
What happens if I forget to take a pill for a day or two?
If you miss a day or two, just continue taking Violet as you normally would. Skipping a month will not cause any harm, but you may find your symptoms returning with discontinued use.
Can I take more than one pill a day?
For mild to moderate symptoms, take one pill every morning. For more severe symptoms, take one additional pill every evening.
Is there a maximum dosage per day?
It is recommended to not exceed 6mg (two doses) per day. Consult a physician if you continue to experience severe symptoms or have any adverse side effects.
Can it be chewed/crushed/cut in half?
Do not chew or crush Violet. The pill’s formulation is designed to be swallowed whole with water.
Can I take it if I’m pregnant or breastfeeding?
Please consult with your healthcare provider before beginning Violet if you are pregnant or nursing.
What if I have an iodine allergy? Can I still take Violet?
Contact your physician to determine if Violet is right for you.
How does it work?The ingredients in Violet combine in the stomach where it binds with other molecules in the body and targets the breast tissue via the bloodstream.
How can I tell it is working? How long before I feel relief?Every woman’s body is different. Some women experience relief with their first menstrual cycle, however, initial symptom relief may take 60 days or longer.
How is the dosage determined?Dosage depends on the severity of the symptoms. However, you should not exceed more than 2 pills per day.
How has this been tested?
Over one thousand women have participated in clinical trials of molecular iodine.
Will this affect my thyroid?
If you are currently under the care of a physician for a thyroid condition, you should consult with him/her prior to the use of Violet.
What if I’ve had bariatric surgery?
Bariatric surgery can affect the appropriate absorption of iodine thereby reducing the efficacy of Violet to alleviate menstrual-related breast discomfort symptoms. You should consult with your physician to determine if Violet is right for you.
Are there any drug interactions?
Consult a physician prior to using Violet if you are using any prescription medications.
Are there any side effects?
Discontinue use and consult a physician if you experience: fatigue, palpitations, anxiety, irritability, or increased sweating, as these may be early symptoms of irregular thyroid function. Excessive iodine intake may cause hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism or goiter.
How do I return my product?
Returns are easy! Our standard return policy allows 30 days to return unopened products to receive a full refund. If products have been opened, you will receive a 50% refund if returned within 30 days of purchase.
Please note we do not refund shipping and transaction costs.
All returns must be shipped to the following address:
342 S Montezuma #F
Prescott, AZ 86303
Please include your order number with your return to ensure proper credit to your account and note that a credit may take 7-10 days to appear on your bank or credit card statement.
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