1 Oct 2009
Chromagen Forte is a combination of vitamins and minerals. It works by replacing iron in the body. I have tried several online pharmacies and none appear to stock chromagen forte. Ask at your local pharmacy. If chromagen is unavailable your pharmacist will be able to suggest an alternative.
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