What's In It?
Açai berries are high in antioxidants, iron, calcium and Vitamin A with amino acids. They're also pretty rich in Omega fatty acids; important in the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins.
Acerola is a west indian cherry that helps boost immunity and is one of the richest berry sources of Vitamin C, whilst also being high in antioxidants and B vitamins.
Agati has been a staple of indian medicine for hundreds of years, most often known for its properties as a tonic and disinfectant and its use a treatment for thrush.
Annatto is high in fiber, antioxidants and carotenid content - an antioxidant specific to ocular health, helping to keep your eyes healthy and your vision strong.
Basil, whilst also delicious, is a great source of pro-vitamin A (or beta-carotene) which helps to oxidize cholesterol in the bloodstream, and magnesium - both being essential to good cardiovascular health.
Blackberries have one of the highest antioxidant levels of all fruits (even more than açai), and are also low in sodium and calories.
Blueberries contain the unique, phenol-like antioxidants pterostilbene and resveratrol and are a very good source of vitamin K, vitamin C, and manganese.
Brassica oleracea var. italica
Broccoli is an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin C, chromium, and folate, as well as a great source of dietary fiber.
Chlorella contains high levels of chlorophyll, and more than 20 vitamins and minerals including iron, calcium and potassium.
Dulse is a form red algae that is quite similar to seaweed, though it is higher in both fiber and protein. It's also a great source of Iron, Magnesium, and Calcium; nutrients essential to good bone health.
Organic Goji Berry
Goji berries - in large quantities - are great antioxidants and generally afford a greater sense of well-being. Using low-intensity water extraction, the same benefits can be translated into powder form.
Gooseberries, or Amla, are super-high in Vitamin C and are great for supporting food and calcium absorption. They're also high in fiber, to assist in maintaining good digestive health.
Organic Green Tea
Green tea leaves are well-known for their antioxidant properties, but it's also shown to assist in the burning of fat when combined with diet and excercise.
Brassica oleracea var. sabellica
Kale is a great detoxifier, and helps to regulate blood glucose levels. It's also an excellent source of protein and essential vitamins.
Citrus × limon
Lemon is a great source of Vitamin C, but has also been recently found to help with suppressing weight gain due to the high number of polyphenol antioxidants in them.
Lichen is a source of Vitamin D3, a whole food alternative to Cholecalciferol derived from lanolin (from sheep's wool), and is all natural and vegan.
Maybe surprisingly, parsley is one of the best sources of Vitamins A and C, as well as being rich in antioxidants.
A great source of Vitamins C and K, pomegranate is fibrous berry that is also super-high in antioxidants, showing antioxidant activity three times higher than that of green tea. Yum!
Native to east Asia, Shiitake mushrooms are more than just a funny name, they're a great source of iron and Vitamin B12 for vegans and vegetarians. Please, eat some!
Looks like Mom knew what she was talking about! Spinach is one of the most nutritious plants out there, being high in Vitamins A, C and K1, as well as antioxidants. Strong to the Finich!
Dried spirulina contains between 51% and 71% protein and is rich in B Vitamins, Iron and Manganese.
Fragaria × ananassa
Strawberries are a source of antioxidant-promoting vitamin C and manganese, as well as providers great amounts of dietary fiber.
Frequently Asked Questions
What form does the multivitamin come in and how do I use it?
This multivitamin can be swallowed whole or easily opened and sprinkled into food or drinks to be consumed.
What’s the best time of day to take the multivitamin?
The multivitamin is best taken just before or with a meal.
How should I store the product?
The product is shelf stable even after being opened. Store in a cool, dry place away from moisture, sunlight and fluctuations in temperature.
What’s the serving size?
Two units per serving.
How many servings does this contain?
There are 30 servings (60 units) per bottle.
What are the benefits of getting a subscription?
Subscription customers can get up to 20% discount, a free t-shirt, early access to new product releases and new content as well as get a month of free product on us. To learn more, click here
Does Ora offer samples of the multivitamin?
Unfortunately we do not have sample packs for our multivitamin currently. However, we do offer refunds if you are unsatisfied with the product. Please email email@example.com for more information.
Why are the vitamin and mineral quantities such weird numbers?
Our multivitamins are derived from organic, plant-based food. Each food contains a variety of nutrients and mixing the foods and different nutrient profiles sometimes creates odd numbers. Our formulations are reviewed by our nutrition council to ensure we are supplying adequate amounts of each organic vitamin and mineral to supplement your diet.
What is different between the men’s and women’s multi?
Men and women need different amounts of each vitamin and mineral according to the Institute of Medicine. Our Nutrition Council has reviewed our formulation to ensure men and women are getting the proper nutrition with our Organic Multivitamin.
The multivitamin contains iron, is it okay to take for postmenopausal women?
Even after menopause, women continue to lose iron through normal bodily functions. Iron intake is still important on a daily basis and Ora’s plant-based nutrients ensure a natural source of iron instead of the synthetic iron supplements of other brands.
Why is this product so expensive?
Because the product is made from organic food and not synthetic chemicals, our multivitamin is more expensive to make. With such high quality ingredients and state of the art technology to produce the product, our multivitamin offers great value to ensure optimal nutrition and health on a daily basis.
Word on the street
"These multivitamins are made from real food, not from laboratory inspired ingredients. Just look at the ingredient list. You can understand exactly what each ingredient is (a plant) and most of the ingredients are organic. What could be better than that?"
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“As a vegetarian and a person who believes that everyone should take a good quality multivitamin every day, this is one of best multivitamin one can take. Most multivitamins on the market today derive their vitamins from cheap synthetic sources. This multivitamin, on the other hand, derives its vitamins from food.”
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“In my opinion, there are many multivitamin tablets for women which are available these days, but this one is a step above others and during my usage, I was positively surprised by not only the composition but also the effect of these pills.”
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