Here at Ddrops, we are lucky enough to have fans from all over the world. See below for downloadable and printable versions of our vitamin D and Ddrops information pamphlet in 7 languages.

International customers can purchase Ddrops on iHerb!

Looking for English (Canadian products) or English (United States products) brochures? Download them here:

Ddrops Info Pamphlet CDN EN

Ddrops Info Pamphlet US EN

Looking for Spanish (United States products) or French (Canadian products) brochures? Download them here:

Ddrops Info Pamphlet CDN FR

Ddrops Info Pamphlet US ESP

Do you read Chinese?  You may also be interested to know that a study of 2173 people living in 5 major cities in China found that only 5.4% of the study population had sufficient blood levels of vitamin D (>30 ng/mL)! The authors found that younger adults were a group with lower vitamin D levels.1 Now you can find out more! Share vitamin D information with your friends and family and download our pamphlets in both Traditional and Simplified Chinese here: 

Ddrops Info Pamphlet US Traditional Chinese

Ddrops Info Pamphlet US Simplified Chinese

Do read Punjabi or Hindi? Did you know that low levels of vitamin D are found in 70-100% of the general population? In India, widely consumed food items such as dairy products are rarely fortified with vitamin D. Indian socioreligious and cultural practices do not facilitate adequate sun exposure, thereby negating potential benefits of plentiful sunshine.2 Now you can find out more! Share vitamin D information with your friends and family and download our pamphlets in both Punjabi and Hindi here: 

Ddrops Info Pamphlet US Punjabi

Ddrops Info Pamphlet US Hindi

Do you read Arabic? Even in the sunny Arabian Peninsula, a study has shown it is still difficult to get vitamin D. Despite 65% of participants having adequate exposure to sunlight and more than 90% reporting adequate intake of dairy products, a high amount of participants had low vitamin D levels.3 Now you can find out more! Share vitamin D information with your friends and family and download our pamphlets in Arabic here: 

Ddrops Info Pamphlet US Arabic


[1] “The high prevalence of hypovitaminosis D in China: a multicenter vitamin D status survey.” National Institute of Health. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25715263

[2] “Vitamin D Deficiency in India: Prevalence, Causalities and Interventions.” National Institute of Health. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3942730/

[3] “High prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in the sunny Eastern region of Saudi Arabia: a hospital-based study.” National Institute of Health. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22259890