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    D-CAL KIDS- active ingredient name granules 
    A&Z Pharmaceutical Inc.

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    D-Cal®

    Calcium Carbonate and Vitamin D3 Granules
    Calcium Supplement Antacid
    Calcium 300 mg
    Vitamin D3 100 IU

    10 Pouches / Box
    1 gram / Pouch

    Supplement Facts

    ■ Serving Size 1g
    ■ Serving per Container 10
    ■ Amount per Serving
      Calories 1
      Calcium (as calcium carbonate) 300 mg (37.5% DV)
      Vitamin D3 100 IU (25% DV)

    Drug Facts

    Active Ingredient (in each pouch) Purpose
    Calcium Carbonate 750 mg Antacid

    Uses

    relieves ■ heartburn ■ acid indigestion ■ sour stomach
    ■ upset stomach due to these symptoms

    Warnings

    Ask a doctor or pharmacist before use if you are taking a prescription drug. Antacids may interact with certain prescription drugs.

    When using this product ■ do not take more than 1 pouch in a 24 hour period.

    Keep out of reach of children.

    Directions

    ■ find the right dose on chart below based on weight, otherwise use age.

    ■ pour powder into cup and add 15 mL (0.51 oz.) of water, stir and drink.

    Dosing Chart
      Weight (lbs) Age Dose
      Under 24 Under 2 yrs Ask a doctor
      24-47 2-5 yrs 1/2 pouch
      48-95 6-11 yrs 1 pouch

    Other Information

    ■ store in a dry place ■ do not use if pouch is open or torn

    Inactive Ingredients cholecalciferol, dextrose, maltodextrin, sodium citrate

    Manufactured by:
    A&Z Pharmaceutical, Inc.
    Hauppauge, NY 11788

    PRODUCT PHOTO

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