desiccated liver

des·ic·cat·ed liv·'er

a dried undefatted powder prepared from mammalian livers used as human food; contains riboflavin, nicotinic acid, and choline; used in the treatment of macrocytic anemias and as a nutritional supplement.
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Take an extra desiccated liver capsule per dose, if it is well tolerated.
I was baptized into the faith after entering a health food store as a highly impressionable 15 years young high school swimmer, carrying an empty bottle of a vitamin-enriched desiccated liver tablet product--the sales rep from this still-thriving dietary supplement company made an in-person, poolside presentation to our swim team, and I had kept the bottle for four months.
It has several B vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B6, and B12), in addition to the glandular protomorphogens, liver concentrate, and desiccated liver. Glandular protomorphogens are commonly used to stimulate function.