Vitamin K2

Last Update May 24, 2016
Vitamin K2 is a dietary supplement.
Uses: Vitamin K2 is approved for Blood Clots and Vitamin K Deficiency and is mostly mentioned together with these indications. Read More
Other brands: Vitamin K
Category: Dietary supplement
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Vitamin K2 for treating Blood Clots

Vitamin K2 is approved for Blood Clots.

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Vitamin K2
8,414 discussions
Taken for: Blood Clots
Other names: Vitamin K, Mephyton, Konakion
Method of use: Pill
4.4
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Vitamin K
46,664 discussions
Taken for: Blood Clots, Vitamin K Deficiency
Other names: Vitamin K2, Mephyton, Konakion
Method of use: Injection, Pill
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129 discussions
Taken for: Blood Clots, Vitamin K Deficiency
Other names: Vitamin K, Vitamin K2, Konakion
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