Pink Stork Folate Vegetarian Capsules

$37.95 Our Price
60 Capsules (600mcg) Size
Pink Stork Folate Vegetarian Capsules
  • 100% DAILY VALUE FOR PREGNANT WOMEN: Folate is one of the most important vitamins during pregnancy and helps prevent neural tube defects. Per new FDA regulations, pregnant women need 600 mcg of folate per day, and Pink Stork Folate has packed that into 1 small pill – using the cleanest form of folate on the market.
  • BEST FOLATE SUPPLEMENTATION FOR ALL BODY TYPES: Did you know that nearly 60% of the population has the MTHFR condition- an inability for the body to convert folic acid into the usable form, methylfolate? With Pink Stork Folate, you can rest assured that you are supplementing with 5-MTHF Folate, is the usable form of folate for all body types.
  • ONLY 1 EASY TO SWALLOW PILL PER DAY: Morning sickness can really get in the way of taking your prenatal vitamins. Big pills can make you even more nauseous! Pink Stork Folate offers a small easy to swallow pill. The best news is that you only need one per day and you can have peace of mind that you are doing what you can to prevent neural tube defects.
  • ALLERGY FRIENDLY: Pink Stork Folate offers an all vegetarian capsule free from all the common allergens: Free from milk, gluten, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, soy, GMOs, and preservatives.
  • BACKED BY OUR HAPPINESS GUARANTEE: Pink Stork is dedicated to delivering happy and healthy families. If you are unsatisfied with our products in anyway, we ask that you please let us know, so we have the chance to make it right. We won’t stop until you’re happy!



I had found out I was pregnant in January. I am 32. At 10 weeks, I took a panorama test which came back positive for a trisomy disorder. At 13 weeks we found out the heart stopped, and a month ago I had my D&E. My husband is a physician, and recommended taking a higher dose of folate, since it's important during times of frequent cell division and growth. I immediately ordered these and love them. I have a weak stomach and don't mind these at all. I have also ordered their fertility tea and I am in love. I took a closer look at the company and their other products, and will be a loyal customer throughout my conceiving phase, pregnancy and breastfeeding stage.


After our honeymoon last year we found out we were pregnant and then I miscarried. I now know that I have the MTHFR gene mutation which is a mutation where your body has difficulty breaking down folic acid. I can't say this was the sole reason I miscarried but I think it's helpful to know that my body needed folate in those early weeks of pregnancy. Folate is the natural form of folic acid and should be taken by anyone who has this MTHFR gene OR if you are pregnant (way better than folic acid). I was taking another brand of folate in the beginning but have since switched over to this one and love it.


Vitamins always make me feel off: bloated, nauseous, dizzy, you name it I had it all. I'm getting ready for my first pregnancy and found out that folate is a vitamin in its natural form, unlike folic acid. I have been taking Pink Stork folate for 2 weeks already and I don't have any of the weird symptoms I've experienced with vitamins in the past.


Very easy to take. I love that it is folate and not folic acid. Folate from food is best, but hard to maintain the level you need pre-conception/pregnant. This truly is the next best thing!! I did take the time to research various other folate supplements as well as the Quatrefolic used in this supplement. I was very impressed with this. Several non-affilliated sources cited Quatrefolic as one of the best bioavailable forms of folate today. Also, it's non-GMO, which I look for whenever possible.

Ron J.

Pleased to find a great product on Amazon. I'm a mom and I have another on the way. No time to shop the store. I was pleased to find pink stork folate so easily. The only issue I had was the pregnancy warnings on the label. I was under the impression this was for pregnant woman. However the product says talk to your doctor first. Which I guess is a normal precaution.