I saw women in other forums saying "tonic" and how it taste nasty. I also saw some that were pregnant or had a baby since saying they were going to try it and they said pills/tablets. I looked on a report about all this from Google search and it said the difference was a little more iron in the liquid tonic form. I also kinda wonder if the way your body would absorb it as a liquid or a tablet would make a difference. Either way, AF is due and I am going to buy some Geritol to see if there's a baby in my bottle! LOL
Okay Geritol hunters! I got mine yesterday from Walgreens and I did opt for the TONIC liquid form. Upon looking at the boxes in the store the pills seemed to be basically a 100 count bottle of multi vitamins, plain and simple for $12.99. The tonic form is totally different! There are only a few ingredients in it. MOST of the same ingredients are found in the tablets but 2 are not and the ones that are in the tablets also are different dosage amounts. So I scratched my head and bought the tonic for $8.99. It says it's 24 servings at 1 Tablespoon each in the bottle so it's good for 24 days instead of 100 in the tablets.
Here's the kicker...
IT TASTE LIKE CRAP!!! SERIOUSLY, it taste to me like stomach acid if anyone else has ever vomitted on an empty stomach. Sadly it smells just as bad.
If it gets me a baby I am willing to plug my nose and have a chaser nearby so I can take it.
Also, don't forget the Folic Acid tablets as this has none.
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