The perfect gift for my mother who suffers from both thyroid and anemia problems. I got it for her for Christmas and it greatly improved her quality of life. She was able to get that little boost of iron she needed daily. Truly the perfect gift
Nemo the Fish
I used this iron fish while cooking soup. I cooked it with three drops of lemon. I tasted a little flavor but it was good. I dried it and like it!
My mom thought this was so interesting and unlike anything she had ever seen. We can't wait to try it!
This is really a "feel good" product. Feeling good about adding nutritional supplement for my grandson and helping another family!
Lopez Island, Wa
This product looks exactly like the one from Lucky Iron Fish: https://luckyironfish.com/pages/lucky-iron-fish However when you buy one from Lucky Iron Fish ($25USD), they give an iron fish to a family in need in a developing country, I'm not sure this seller is doing the same :(
Follow the directions. The dish has to have a bit of acid, lemon juice being the most common to use. This gets you ferrous iron which is what the body wants rather than ferric iron which is useless to the body. However, if you have a condition of too much iron or "high blood" (polycythemia vera), avoid like the plague. (This may include many post-menopausal women so talk to your doctor!)
Formerly of Alaska