A lot of TMG supplements are formulated on the assumption that you're taking them as digestive aids, and include other stuff as well. This is the "straight stuff" which I take for neurological reasons.
I used to take saw palmetto for BPH, but switched to chrysin a couple years ago because of concerns that beta sitosterol may be a risk factor in ALS. (Both herbals worked fine for the BPH.)
This seems to be essentially the same thing as "Skinanswer" which Lane Labs had to take off the market a few years ago because of FDA harrassment. I used Skinanswer back then, the stuff worked good. Have begun using SunSpot and seem to be getting the same results. And, it's probably just as good as the far more expensive and highly touted BEC-5 -- which however I haven't used.
I regard LE Optimized Carnitine with GlycoCarn as the best of the carnitine based supplements.
This version of curcumin is good, but I suspect that it will be soon replaced by an even better formulation which (as I recall) is based on complexing curcumin with soy.
R-lipoic acid, now that it's available for a reasonable price, is gradually displacing racemic alpha lipoic acid.
Picrorrhiza is potentially of interest in treating ALS. The stuff is almost impossible to find, so I ordered a bottle just to prove to myself that it's actually available. I rated it 5 stars on the basis of its actual availability and that it's standardized herb.
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