iOSAT™ received its approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 1982. It is the only maximum strength tablet for radiation blocking which may be legally sold in the USA.
How iOSAT Protects You From Radiation
Potassium iodide (KI), the active ingredient in iOSAT, is a stable iodine substance that naturally blocks the thyroid gland from absorbing harmful radioactive iodine. This method of radiation protection is extremely safe and proven effective, based on scientific study as well as real-world implementation. Up to 99% of all radiation-induced thyroid damage can be avoided by the use of iOSAT.
Is iOSAT Safe?
Potassium Iodide (KI) is Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) by the FDA. GRAS substances are proven safe and well-tolerated through years of common use and scientific study. Anyone who does not have a specific allergy to iodine may safely take iOSAT, including pregnant women, nursing mothers, infants and the elderly.
iOSAT Usage Instructions
Take iOSAT as soon as possible after public officials declare a nuclear radiation emergency. Do not take more than one dose every 24 hours.
In a nuclear radiation emergency, radioactive iodine could be released into the air. iOSAT protects only the thyroid gland from uptake of radioactive iodine. Use iOSAT along with other emergency measures to ensure maximal protection factor for you and your loved ones.
What Is The Shelf Life Of iOSAT?
iOSAT tablets expire seven years from the date of manufacture. According to FDA guidance on shelf-life extension, studies over many years have confirmed that potassium iodide (KI) is inherently stable with no significant chemical degradation when stored as directed on the label.