Posted by iHerb Customer on August 31 2013 | Verified Purchase
Methylparaben is not good in here. I have issues with testes so I'm not happy with this as I just bought my second bottle and have to throw it away apparently. Trust for Source "Naturals" just dropped big time and propably will stay away from this company.
Posted by iHerb Customer on June 17 2014 | Verified Purchase
I will give one star just because of the negligence of not informing the customer whether the soy oil and soy lecithin in this product is made from GMO soy or not.
Posted by iHerb Customer on May 4 2014 | Verified Purchase
Methylparaben is not good in here. According to one review here where the customer said to be in contact with the company said that they "had removed" it with other ingredient(s). That was 2010. Now it's spring 2014, and METHYLPARABEN is still listed on the label. That has to mean that it still really is in the product! I will not buy anything from this company.
Posted by iHerb Customer on October 30 2015 | Verified Purchase
Naturalnews.com just wrote a warning about zeolite-products after tests: "Zeolites may add 270mg of LEAD to your body every year" As there is no mention or any information about this in the product, I will have to give one star.
Posted by iHerb Customer on January 26 2016 | Verified Purchase
The Soy here is GMO according to other reviewer. I bought this after reading the description and looking at the images. There is NO mention that this product includes soy. But as I have the bottle itself here (arrived today) it says: "Contains SOY". The description here is false and I will avoid this company as well if they continue to use GMO in a health product.
Posted by iHerb Customer on June 4 2014 | Verified Purchase
did just a little reading about Vulvic acid: "In summary, fulvic/humic acids appear to be able to make complexes with certain toxic metals (cadmium and arsenic) and other minerals (iodine). These complexes may reduce the uptake of cadmium in humans, but not in mice, and certainly appear to block the uptake of iodine. Fulvic acid is itself a pro-oxidant and when complexed with arsenic has an even greater pro-oxidant action. Its pro-oxidant actions have been implicated in the genesis of articular cartilage destruction and red blood cell destruction" I got concerned of course. But I'm sure it is all about the source and quality which I can only hope this is a better one.
Posted by iHerb Customer on June 22 2015 | Verified Purchase
I have to give one star as this company has to be fully aware of the importance and need for GMO labeling and knowing that ascorbic acid is commonly GMO based in the USA. I only guess it is GMO based. Would have given more stars if the information would be in there (and stopped buying), just for the honesty. But no. One star and being cautios now of this company (which I have used for years).
Posted by iHerb Customer on June 22 2014 | Verified Purchase
Cyanocobalamin does not occur in nature, leaves cyanide behind for the body to process. Will throw away. Methylcobalamin is a better alternative.
Posted by iHerb Customer on April 6 2015 | Verified Purchase
This is my favourite B-vitamin product. Works great with a half pill along with Megafood's Zinc and Now's Niacin (flush type).
Posted by iHerb Customer on April 5 2014 | Verified Purchase
Not sure, but to me it felt like the product was in the realms of artificiality, in relation to the natural stuff. The effect was clearly noticeable, but really felt more like a temporary drug. The more I got into the natural recipes, sources, the more my body and mind reacts to products like these (along with DMAE, L Pyroglutamic acid which I bought in a desperate effort to find some help). Can't recommend. Just as yourself: natural and holistic way or quick and easy fix -route?
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