A new Vegan Society Approved Vitamin D3 spray from Vitashine. This is the first Vegan Society Approved Vitamin D3, because D3 is usually derived from animal sources. This one is made by extracting the vitamin from a plant lichen, and this is done in a sustainable way.
I have to admit the spray at first is a bit weird, I did not like the idea of spraying something into my mouth, I suppose I am used to taking vitamin tablets instead. The spray is tasteless, and not unpleasant. You can either spray it directly into your mouth or on to food. It is really easy to use and I will definitely carry on taking it.
As a vegan I think this is great news, I often supplement my diet with vitamin D2 as it is in many soya products. However for the D3 I was relying on the sunshine, which in Britain is not a perfect solution in the spring, autumn and winter.
Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to many diseases so I am glad something has come on the market that vegans can use.
Each 20ml bottle is Vegan Society and Vegetarian Society Approved, no animal ingredients or connection to the product ( no sheeps wool used ). Helps maintain bones and teeth. Each bottle has 150 sprays ( rda is one spray) you can spray up to 5 times a day. Contains Vitamin E (derived from soya). You can currently buy it on line for £6.65
Please note my reviews are always honest and unbiased, however I feel it only right to point out that Vitashine did supply this product for me to review.