iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $9.43 (36% off)
Cholesterol lowering drug
Posted by Reviewer2713868 on Nov 27, 2006
Found it has helped me in a tremendous way not having to pass stones anymore, or having the stones getting stuck in my the common bile duct.
Posted by Reviewer3316391 on Aug 28, 2009
I was previously using prescribed statins which caused side effect; loss of muscle tone & stiff neck. Intergrated medical doctor prescribed red yeast rice and niacin. Very pleased with results, no side effects and cholesterol was lowered from 225 to 173.
Too Hard to Swallow
Posted by Reviewer2437963 on Jun 06, 2008
I find I'm unable to swallow the tablet whole, and when I split it, the jagged edges of the pieces hang up in my throat. I'm dissolving it even thought it tastes awful and adding it to my smoothies. I definitely would not recommend this product. It doesn't deserve the one star I had to give in order to submit review.
Posted by Reviewer1979283 on Dec 31, 2007
I am happy with the product and Iherb service is great.
Simple one tablet dose
Posted by Reviewer1682534 on Jul 29, 2010
There's only a handful of brands that carry the 1,200 mg. dose of one a day tablets. . .Now Foods is a great brand at reasonable pricing. . .
just got it to try
Posted by Reviewer2820976 on Aug 08, 2010
Posted by Reviewer2985883 on Sep 18, 2010
Red yearst rice is great addition to healthy diet
Red Yeast Rice Extract
Posted by Reviewer2048931 on Oct 06, 2009
The product was delivered on schedule and seems to fulfill its claims. It has already lowered my cholesterol 40 points.
Red Yest Rice 12000mg tabs
Posted by Reviewer2902025 on Oct 08, 2013
The 12000mg tablet form is superior to the hard capsule presentation which has a tendency to fracture when sent by mail. But I believe that 600mg twice a day is probable better than 1200mg once. Perhaps a 600mg tablet form is required or at least a score on the 1200mg formulation making it easier to break in two?
Red Yeast Rice
Posted by Reviewer1468018 on Apr 10, 2008
A very effective, safe alternative to statins.