Ingredients in Citracal D

Citrical plus D contains calcium citrate and vitamin D3.
Citrical plus D contains calcium citrate and vitamin D3. (Image: Shana Novak/Photodisc/Getty Images)

Citrical regular 250 mg plus D provides calcium citrate with vitamin D3. Several other ingredients as additives aid in the production of the formula and help the body break down and absorb the supplement. Certain drugs may interact with calcium and vitamin D, and various conditions may alter the adequate dosage, so it is best to speak to your physician before taking this product.

Calcium Citrate

Your body uses calcium for several functions including dilating and retracting blood vessels, contracting muscles and strengthening bones and teeth. Calcium is available in two forms, calcium citrate and calcium carbonate. Generally, people with little stomach acid can better absorb calcium citrate, which you do not need to take with food. According to the Office of Dietary Supplements, adult males and females between the ages of 19 and 50 should intake 1,000 mg of calcium per day.

Vitamin D3

Vitamin D is an essential vitamin that helps the body absorb calcium from foods and supplements and helps maintain proper nerve and muscle function. Vitamin D also assists the immune system in fighting off bacterial and viral infections. Vitamin D supplements are available as ergocalciferol, or vitamin D2, and as cholecalciferol, or vitamin D3. Vitamin D3, found in Citrical, does a better job of raising the blood stream vitamin D values and for longer periods of time. The recommended daily intake of vitamin D, as per the Food and Nutrition Board, is 200 iu for adult males and females between the ages of 19 and 50.


Citrical regular 250 mg plus D also contains polyethylene glycol, croscarmellose sodium, partially hydrolized polyvinyl alcohol, magnesium silicate and stearate, and added colors. Adding these chemicals to the formula helps manufacture the product or aids the supplement's ability to disintegrate in the intestines.

Cautions suggests those who suffer from kidney stones, heart disease, circulatory disorders or parathyroid gland disorder should speak to their doctor before taking this product due to dosing adjustments. Dangerous side effects from taking Citrical plus D that require immediate medical attention include hives and swelling of the face, lips or tongue. Less serious side effects include nausea, vomiting, arrhythmia, headache or bone pain.

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