Vitonnix Pregnancy 2 Oral Sublingual Spray

Meet Vitonnix Pregnancy 2, the go-to solution for expectant moms in their second and third trimesters. Our innovative sublingual formula blends vital vitamins, including iron, to ensure a healthy pregnancy journey. With just one spray under the tongue, our cutting-edge delivery system speeds nutrients directly into your bloodstream, skipping digestion. It’s the ideal addition to your prenatal routine for both you and your growing baby.

Key Benefits:

  • Swift sublingual absorption for quicker results
  • Packed with essential vitamins and iron for second and third-trimester support
  • Nurtures a healthy pregnancy and maternal well-being
  • Folic Acid supports neural tube development and fetal growth
  • Iron prevents maternal anemia and ensures oxygen transport
  • Vegetarian and vegan-friendly

Key Ingredients:

  • Vitamin B3, B6, B7 (Biotin), B9 (Folic Acid), B12
  • Vitamin C
  • Iron

How To Use

Shake Well: Shake the spray bottle before using it to ensure even formula distribution.
When to Consume?: Take sublingual sprays on an empty stomach for optimal absorption, but it’s also fine with meals.
Under the Tongue: Lift the tongue, reveal the sublingual gland beneath, and spray the recommended dosage under the tongue.
Hold & Swirl: Hold under the tongue for 30 seconds for best mucous membrane absorption; swirl for even distribution.
Avoid Rinsing: Don’t swallow right away. Avoid rinsing or drinking for 5-10 minutes to ensure full absorption.

Recommended Dosage:
Spray once under the tongue anytime during the day, excluding 20 minutes before or after meals, or as advised by a healthcare professional. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.

Possible Side Effects: Generally well-tolerated, but minor stomach discomfort may occur. Consult a healthcare provider for unusual or severe side effects.


  • Consult your healthcare provider before starting any new supplement during pregnancy.
  • Store in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight.
  • Keep out of children’s reach.
  • Pregnant and lactating individuals should consult a healthcare provider before using dietary supplements.

Note: This information is for reference purposes only and should not replace professional medical advice. Always consult a healthcare provider before introducing new dietary supplements, especially during pregnancy or if you have underlying health conditions.

Label Claim

1Vitamin B313 mg
2Vitamin B62 mg
3Vitamin B7 (Biotin)40 mcg
4Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid)176 mcg
5Vitamin B121 mcg
6Vitamin C8 mg
7Iron5 mg