FOR EXTEMPORANEOUS USE ONLY.
Di-Indolyl-Methane (DIM) is a Brassica vegetable metabolite sometimes used by healthcare practitioners to promote favourable hormone metabolism and balance.
Pure Pharmaceutical-Grade Di-indolyl-methane
DENSITY: 0.15 ml = 75 mg (0.5 g/ml)
Each bottle is clearly labelled with ingredient density, to facilitate ease of dosage calculations, and a scoop is provided with each bottle to assist with accurately determining patient doses according to your clinical judgement.
Practitioners should conduct ongoing research and take care to follow their practitioner association guidelines for appropriate administration of these compounding ingredients.
DIM has not been extensively tested for its effects during pregnancy. Because of its potential effect on hormones, health practitioners may prefer to avoid its use during pregnancy or lactation, unless confident that its impact can be reasonably deemed to be safe and beneficial.
Dosage levels may require careful consideration in cases of breast cancer.