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I try to provide details about my results with supplements that you may include in your decision process. If no results to report, a general comment given, if possible, that may aid in your choices. The following explains my rankings: Five stars reserved for products with definite, measurable benefits plus used over one year. Products with definite benefits with less than one years' experience receive four stars. Three stars mean a noticeable improvement, but weak and not worthy of continuing. Those that "seem" or might be helping receive two stars. One star means useless -- for me. For me to get the most from the reviews, I look for threads, and frequency of repetition. Should you have a particular question, email me at mtmtmt@hotmail.com. Put "iherb review question" in address box to keep from being deleted as junk. If no response, PLEASE re-send iHerb.

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Nothing to write home about

Posted on Jul 13, 2012

9 peope found the following review helpful

I found these digestive enzymes to be adequate, but weak. No way could I find 90 servings; it required at least three capsules per meal for a noticeable effect. The vegetarian capsule explains my initially trying them. I think the probiotic insufficient and just added to be able to say so. When it comes to cauliflower, broccoli, and beans, this formula allows to much discomfort. Having tried many digestive enzymes, these rank in the middle of the pack.

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Simple wins

Posted on May 12, 2012

11 peope found the following review helpful

For around 15 years lecithin granules have been part of my diet, and they still maintain my mental acuity. During this time, I have tested ginkgo biloba, phosphatidylserine, omega 3, DMAE, acetyl l-carnitine, vinpocetine, bacopa, et cetera. None prove better nor enhance the benefits derived from plain and simple lecithin GRANULES. Upon becoming acquainted with a man hoping to become a writer, he confided that he could no longer write due to mental fuzziness and fog. I advised trying lecithin granules. Within three weeks, he reported a significant improvement -- which continued. Several months down the pike he actually published his first article. [The article was not that good, but you cannot blame the lecithin granules for that.]

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Stopped buying because...

Posted on Jul 14, 2012

4 peope found the following review helpful

From Ry: Here is my story about D3: I had been travelling for several consecutive months, and when finally home, my exhausted body felt a cold/flu trying to sprout. Several days of 10,000 units ended this threat dead in its tracks. I switched to Healthy Origins D3 because free of everything except necessary ingredients, sourced from lanolin, and comes in the preferable soft gel. I have stopped buying Carlson's D3 because of price, and because they cannot tell me if it has corn oil in it or not. Carlson can tell me that its D3 is salt-free, wheat-free, soy-free, yeast-free, sugar-free, milk-free, preservative-free, gluten-free. But they just don't know about corn oil ... ! Although the odds of corn oil being GMO are 85%, Carlson thinks this unimportant.

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Checked with company

Posted on Aug 21, 2014

3 peope found the following review helpful

Peter Allen of Royal Tropics replied to my inquiry, saying that this papaya is non-GMO! I take this papaya anytime during a meal and get results.

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Cheap but effective

Posted on May 11, 2012

3 peope found the following review helpful

From Ry: Although inexpensive, this zinc works well. I am not prone to flu and colds anyway due to the attention attributed to my diet, plus supplements. Nevertheless, on rare occasion the beginning symptoms, e.g., scratchy throat, slight headache, would appear, but disappear by the next day or so. Since using this zinc for two winters now, no symptoms have appeared at all; and I frequently go outside in freezing and snowy weather without proper attire. Agree, not too smart, but like to see how far I can push it without consequence.

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No harm done

Posted on Jul 13, 2012

3 peope found the following review helpful

From Ry: Mood explained why tried. Orotate lithium used because the most absorbable. Much has been written about negative consequences of using lithium, so cautiously studied it before trying. Nothing bad happened; nothing good either. No improvement in mood, nor any effect on breathing, calmness, sleeping, vision. However, there are enough positive reviews here that indicate it can work for some.

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Bitter can be a good taste

Posted on Jun 23, 2012

6 peope found the following review helpful

I spoke at length with Peter Kamitses at a store exhibit. He and his wife started Urban Moonshine, and while he handles the marketing, his wife handles the herbs. His responses told me that offering the best product possible was as important as building a successful business. Including the grape alcohol, their bitters include all organic ingredients -- even the essential oils. The taste comes across as pleasantly mild. It proves as effective a digestive aid as any tried. No laxative herbs, e.g, senna, included, which means being able to use whenever wanted. Consequently, get a little spray bottle so that when that nasty mouth taste bothers you, simply spray a couple times, and it's gone. Carry the tiny spray bottle with you, and when a headache begins to creep into your life, two or three sprays will clear or reduce intensity. You can transfer bitters from this large bottle to a small sprayer with a dropper, or a hard-to-find tiny funnel -- but finally located one at Target.

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Good news, bad news

Posted on Jun 24, 2012

6 peope found the following review helpful

From Ry: I got this dry skin idea from Reviewer#1534288. So often we take supplements on blind faith, not knowing if really helping. I decided to test UMAC by not consuming but only use topically. For over a year, the skin between fingers on my right hand had gradually worsened, the skin flaking off in mounds. Rubbing off these flakes revealed deep red flesh. I applied one drop of UMAC between each finger three or four times daily. Amazingly, it worked where herbs, ointments, and creams failed. That's the good news. The bad news is that it took around six weeks. However, to be fair to the product, you should know that my hands were washed close to 20 times daily. So, to UMAC's credit, it solved the problem even while the abuse to my hands continued!

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Preventive

Posted on Jul 08, 2012

2 peope found the following review helpful

In the past I used Healthy Origins Epicor, but switched to Source Naturals brand because it includes 2,000 IU of D3 for 38% less cost. It all comes from one source: Embria Health Sciences. One reads about research that blames uncontrolled inflammation in the large intestine for colon cancer, colitis, et cetera, and the need to curb immune system action that causes harmful inflammation. Some research says inflammation behind diabetes and arthritis. Most products tout the boosting of the immune system, so Epicor seems a sensible addition for body balance.

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You be the judge

Posted on Jul 07, 2012

2 peope found the following review helpful

From Ry: I injured both of my feet. Having positive results with hydrotherapy in the past, I began a regimen of three times daily. I applied Topricin to ONLY the left foot, which felt the worse. In approximately one month my right foot feels normal again. The left foot still hurts some.

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No joy

Posted on Jun 24, 2012

2 peope found the following review helpful

I tried the recommended dosage for several days with no effects, then two teaspoons, then three teaspoons. Still no effects. The website states: "For best results, tonic herbs should be taken on a daily basis over time." This calculates to be an expensive try-and-see proposition with the cost of nearly one buck per teaspoon. With no note of joy from a whole bottle, I will pass.

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Over promised

Posted on Feb 18, 2012

2 peope found the following review helpful

From Ry: It does lessen foot odor. Non-greasy. Non-fragrant. Absorption occurs under 15 seconds. Unfortunately, no relief comes for deep pain, i.e. metatarsal pain, nor for near-the-surface heal discomfort. It contains oleoresin capsicum, so when spraying onto foot, or even spraying onto hand to apply, expect the mist to cause minor respiratory irritation with mild coughing.

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