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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 16 February 2019
I've been off work with depression since last year after having to change my medication. I got to the stage where I was stable but still had really low mood.
It was suggested that I get a blood test for vitamin d deficiency. (apparently most people in the UK are during winter) My results came back that I could benefit from a vitamin d supplement.

Since I've been taking it, I've been feeling significantly better. It's only been a week or so since I got these, and I've been concerned in case it was the placebo effect, however this is the longest period for a long time that I've felt this good. I'm even starting back at work next week.
I'm aware this sounds a bit like a 'miracle cure' or something, but this has been my experience so far!
Excellent stuff.
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