-Risingsun FDA Registration No.  18101635346 -

-Risingsun FDA Unique Facility Identifier (UFI) No. 117356933 -

- Risingsun FDA Establishment Identification Number (FEI) No. 3005013963 -

About Products

STANDARDS MAKING RISINGSUN IODINE PRODUCTS UNIQUE

Hand-made in the State of  Montana

Risingsun Iodine supplements are hand-made, no machines or automated equipment is used during any phase of the production or packaging of Risingsun Iodine solutions. Iodine solutions containing elemental iodine such as the Lugol's solutions are corrosive to metal. Elemental iodine is also absorbed by plastics, so only glass is used in packaging of Risingsun's Iodine solutions.l. Risingsun is located in the great state of Montana.

 If not satisfied, return for a full refund for replacement.

If you are not satisfied for any reason you can return any of iodine supplements for a refund for replacement. Should you show a sensitivity to the iodine supplement, such as a rash or upset stomach, contact us. In these instances you may have a sensitivity to the elemental iodine, the ingredient that makes iodine red.

100% Natural formed brine Iodine/Iodide and distilled water are used

Iodide is the only form of iodine found in nature. Iodide is the ionic state of iodine, occurring when iodine forms a salt with another element such as potassium. In this form, iodide can be ingested or applied topically. The potassium iodide utilized in Risingsun's Iodine solutions is extracted from an underground brine mine. Iodide brine mining is the extraction of useful materials (elements, compounds) which are naturally dissolved in brine and is the purest form of iodide. ACS grade is the purest and and is the only grade that tests less than 1ppm or less in heavy metal contaminants. ACS grade has a higher purity grade than USP or regent. Risingsun uses potassium iodide that is mined in the United States at a brine mine. Iodine from brine is the purest and made naturally by nature. We use the potassium iodide to make our elemental iodine crystals used in our Lugols and other red iodine solutions.

Non-Allergenic Ingredients

Iodine/Iodide are not considered to be an allergen (something that triggers an allergic response). Iodine is necessary for thyroid function, so the body can not have an allergy to a nutrient that is required by the body. Some medications, solutions and concentrations that contain iodine from shellfish may cause a person to have an allergic reaction. Risingsun iodine solutions contain iodine, potassium iodide and distilled water. Getting enough iodine is important for everyone, especially infants and women who are pregnant. Again, the misconception that some people have an allergy to iodine, this is false. "Iodine allergy" does not exist. The concept of "iodine allergy" should be abandoned since it may result in inappropriate measures such as drug, food or environmental eviction. Immediate or non-immediate allergic hypersensitivity to iodinated contrast media is not infrequent (Information from NIH - The National Institutes of Health). If the iodine drug or supplement utizes shellfish as a source, there can be an allergic reaction to the shellfish, not to the iodine. Some health practitioners misdiagnose iodine sensitivity as an iodine allergy, the symptoms can appear the same. 

Independent 3rd party lab tested to insure purity, strength, identity, composition and safety

Risingsun does in house testing to ensure all iodine supplements meet or exceed specifications. After passing in house inspection the iodine supplement is then sent to an independent 3rd party lab where a COA (Certificate of Analysis) is performed to ensure purity, strength, identity, composition and safety. This process ensures that you get the iodine supplement you expect.

Manufactured in the USA at a FDA registered and GMP certified facility

Risingsun is a GMP Inspected and Certified facility located in Montana USA. COA's are performed on all Risingsun iodine supplements to ensure they meet and/or exceed CGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practice) requirements. CGMP refers to the Current Good Manufacturing Practice regulations enforced by the FDA.  CGMPs requirements ensure the identity, strength, quality, and purity of supplements. Risingsun’s facility is the only GMP certified and FDA inspected facility producing lugols iodine solutions and iodine supplement solutions.All iodine supplements are manufactured by Risingsun Iodine Products an FDA inspected and GMP certified iodine supplement manufacturing facility located in Livingston, Montana USA.

Risingsun Iodine's FDA Registration No.  18101635346 - The US FDA will assign a unique registration number to each registered food/supplement facility; Risingsun Iodine's FDA Unique Facility Identifier (UFI) No. 117356933 - The UFI will be used by FDA to verify that the facility-specific address associated with the UFI is the same address associated with the facility's registration.; Risingsun Iodine's FDA Establishment Identification Number (FEI) No. 3005013963 - An FDA Establishment Identification (FEI) number is a unique identifier issued by FDA to track inspections of the regulated establishment or facility.

Lowest heavy metal content tested for iodine supplements of 1ppm (parts per million) or less

Heavy Metals tested for: The Resource Recovery and Conservation Act (RCRA) lists eight heavy metals which are commonly referred to as the RCRA 8 which are: Arsenic (As), Barium (Ba), Cadmium (Cd), Chromium (Cr), Lead (Pb), Mercury (Hg), Selenium (Se), Silver (Ag). These eight metals are extremely toxic at even small concentrations. Risingsun expanded heavy metal testing to include Beryllium (Be) and Nickel (Ni). Besides their benefits, heavy metals are toxic, persistent, and hazardous to human health, even at their lower concentrations. Consumption of unsafe concentrations of food contaminated with heavy metals may lead to the disruption of numerous biological and biochemical processes in the human body.  Heavy metals are now being found in USDA certified foods, vitamins, superfoods, herbs and dietary supplements at disturbingly high levels. Neither the USDA nor the FDA have addressed this seriously growing issue by setting standards as to what limits are acceptable. Risingsun has taken steps to address heavy metal testing by implementing the most stringent tolerance for testing supplements at 1ppm (Part Per Million) or less.

Premium Quality Product Packaging

Risingsun takes pride in the iodine supplements it produces, and the packaging clearly demonstrates that. Where other iodine manufacturers insert the dropper in the bottled iodine solution, this common practice allows the iodine vapors to escape and stai . To eliminate the iodine solution from evaporating; Risingsun uses a  black phenolic cap(lid) with a cone liner and  affixes it to the bottle then a shrink band is applied to seal the cap(lid). The dropper and sealed bottle of iodine solution are inserted into a bubble bag then placed in a product box; shrink bands are then applied over the box. --- When droppers are placed in iodine solutions (red solutions), the iodine vapor stains anything that is stored next to the iodine solution and the vapor also hardens the dropper bulb so iodine can not be drawn into the dropper. Those that use lugols iodine or similar iodide solutions have experienced these issues.

WARNING: If you are pregnant, nursing or taking medication consult your doctor before use. If any adverse reaction occurs immediately discontinue use of this product and consult your doctor. Keep this product out of reach of children.

FDA Disclaimer

  • The statements on this website, in our brochures and on our product labels have not been evaluated or approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

  • You should consult a licensed health care professional before starting any supplement, diet, or exercise program, especially if you are pregnant or have any pre-existing injuries or medical conditions.

  • Our iodine supplement products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.

  • Risingsun’s supplement labels are submitted to the FDA and CFSAN for review and approval.

  • Revised 5/19/22