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    Right. I guess you're AMonkey. It makes sense anyways. Well, it was worth a try to see what people thought, haha. I have thought about Mercola's tanning beds..Any thought on those for Vit D??

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    Ryan, your are NOT wrong for thinking vitamin D oil can be rubbed into the skin. Dr. Mercola (see link below) says this CAN be done. Vitamin D from the sun is absorbed thru the skin, so why not Vitamin D oil. Actually, Vitamin D is NOT a vitamin it's a hormone. Click on Dr. Mercola's link...scroll down to the bottom where he addresses rubbing vitamin D into the skin. You can not wash it off. Water will no wash it off, so you can shower, you just can't soap the area where you put the oil.

    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread68916.html <click or copy and paste to your browser

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    Sorry, pasted the wrong link. Here is Dr. Mercola's link indicating you CAN rub vitamin D oil into your skin and it WILL be absorbed!

    Shocking Update Sunshine Can Actually Decrease Your Vitamin D Levels <click, then scroll down past the offer to read about vitamin D oil

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