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Nanoemulsified DIM

Balance Hormones and More
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  • Powerful Hormone Balancing
  • Antioxidant and Reduces Inflammation
  • Increase Natural Detoxification

Balance Hormones and More


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DIM (Diindolylmethane) offers:

  • Powerful hormone balancing (estrogen)
  • Detoxification abilities (increases the activity of natural detoxification pathways)
  • Promotes healthy hormone metabolism
  • Activates your internal, master antioxidant switch (Nrf2), supports glutathione production and reduces the activity of many inflammatory molecules in the body.

DIM is a natural compound derived from indole-3- carbinol, found in cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage and kale.

When taken orally (traditional tablets and capsules), DIM shows poor absorption and relatively rapid clearance.

Nanoemulsified DIM gives immediate absorption in your mouth, and increases bioavailability and transport to your cells.

QuickSilver Scientific, Balance Hormones and MoreServing Size: 4 pumps / 20mg / 2 ml
Servings/container: 25

Other Ingredients:
Glycerin, Water, Ethanol, Medium Chain Tryglycerides, Vitamin E (as Tocofersolan and natural mixed tocopherols).

Directions for Use

Take on an empty stomach, at least 10 minutes before a meal.

Take 2 to 4 pumps and hold in mouth for 30 seconds before swallowing, twice daily.

May be stirred into small amount of water.

Repeat to desired dosage, or as directed by your healthcare professional.

Use within 60 days of opening.

Recommended Use

Known for hormone balancing and has strong effects on your immune response, and opens your natural detoxification pathways.


If pregnant, consult physician before use.

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