* Potassium Iodate (Ki103) is made in the USA
NOTE: The larger 170mg tablets (POT 170), that come 60 per bottle, will be discontinued when out of stock and have a expiration date of *7-2021
- Potassium Iodate (Ki03) is a superior form of Ki that will shield or block the thyroid and prevent it from absorbing radioactive Iodine during a nuclear emergency
- Each factory-sealed bottle contains 90 fresh tablets of Potassium Iodate 85 mg or 60 fresh tablets of Potassium Iodate 170mg
- Exceptional shelf life due to an extra molecule of oxygen in Iodate
- Unlike other blockers, this is NOT government surplus 130-mg tablets of Ki (potassium iodate)
- Medical Corps recommends that each family member should have at least one bottle in their kit
Take only if directed by authorities or if radioactive fallout is imminent
- Must be stored in a cool, dry place
- When and how to use Potassium Iodate (KiO3)
*The United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission has made the following statement regarding shelf-life as follows:
Is it safe to take KI tablets with an expired shelf-life?
Yes, potassium iodide tablets are inherently stable and do not lose their effectiveness over time.
NMCL does not endorse and cannot verify this claim; we are simply passing on this information made by a trusted governmental department that has conducted studies.
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