SinuPret, you charge too much
Posted by Reviewer2609182 on Mar 22, 2009 | Verified Purchase
SinuPret actually came up with this formulation many years ago, and it has been prescribed by medical professionals over in Europe many years ago. It works well. Enzymatic Therapy copied the product with the same ingredients, except for about 1/3 of the price. Much better than taking either antihistamines or decogestants.
I RATE THE TASTE = 5
Posted by Reviewer2609182 on Dec 17, 2012 | Verified Purchase
I just received my Livon C, squeezed it into an ounce of water. Anyone that says they don't like the taste is a candy -ss. Next time, I am going to try and squeeze it into my mouth, and follow with a "chaser" of some sort, maybe OJ. I will try to remember to post the results down the road as to how I feel about the product. live on FOLLOW UP: FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO DO NOT LIKE THE TASTE. Tear off the top of the packet. Put open end of packet in mouth, and withdraw while squeezing with your lips. I follow by squeezing with my thumb and forefinger. SWALLOW, lick your chops and follow with some water, followed by a half dozen nuts, cereal or pretzels. This product does not mix well with fluid, and it will even stick to the bottom of the glass when poured into a liquid. When this happens, you are throwing away 25 cents worth of product each time. Waste not, want not. This way, you are getting everything you paid for, and a good way to take it. I lied about the taste in my first go around, but it is not that bad, aftertaste is worse, and that is why the water followed by a little food. Hope the product makes me happy; still waiting to see.
Posted by Reviewer2609182 on Nov 05, 2015 | Verified Purchase
I took two tablets per day (because of the cost), and I saw no improvement. There are other products out there with the same ingredients for about 55% of the cost.
WARNING.....UPDATED REVIEW FROM FIRST PARAGRAPH, BELOW
Posted by Reviewer2609182 on Feb 07, 2013 | Verified Purchase
iFlora by Sedona is a great product. I don't take a product like this, unless I see it doing something for me. Antibiotics lead to cell death and candida in the gut, which leads to gas and other problems. iFlora works. RM, Illinois TITLE CHANGED, UPDATED REVIEW OF PRODUCT WARNING, I wrote the above review a while ago, and I have seen some things that I don't like. I believe strongly that the product does not last anywhere near as long as the expiration date. The best that I can tell is that the product oxidizes quite quickly. I have some product that is a little over six months prior to expiration, and it is half brown. It also does not taste quite right. Sedona needs to state the condition of the product at expiration, and likely shorten the expiration. If you buy this product, I would refridgerate it, and only buy that which you can use in a couple of months. Otherwise, it is my feeling that you are buying a pig in a poke.
Sedona make some great products
Posted by Reviewer2609182 on Mar 20, 2009 | Verified Purchase
I only rated this product a three, and should have left this part blank. Read my review on Sedona Labs, iFlora Multi-Probiotic Formula, 60 Veggie Caps (SED-21001) I am not sure that I need anything more than the Multi-Probiotic.
Posted by Reviewer2609182 on Sep 24, 2012 | Verified Purchase
I bought a bottle of these 1000mg capsules, and had a terrible reaction. The directions say nothing about alcohol, but I went partying (beer) the evening before I took one of these. Another thing to note is that I have had lifelong allergies, although the only one that really gets me is mold, as in falling leaves. While my allergies were not bothering me, I wouldn't want to go thru this again. When I started reacting to the capsule, I went online and one website said, not with alcohol. Great, there is no warning on the bottle in this regard. After about twenty minutes I was red, and I said, oh this is the "flush" everyone mentions. After forty minutes, I was as red as a beet over 100% of my body, and I was ready to crawl out of my skin. The word "tingling" hardly describes the sensations I was having. I went in the bathroom, and found myself rubbing my hands, feet, and mid-section, as they hurt. I remembered an old trick my mother used to do for me when I had hives, from wrestling in the weeds as a kid. Basically, she would pour a small box of baking soda in tepid bath water, and I would rinse everything where I had a reaction. It normally worked in very short order. This time, I sat on the edge of the tub, and was splashing cool water on my legs and arms and literally pouring some baking soda on, wetting my hands, and washing my skin. This helped, just a little. I got in the shower, and turned down the water temp until it was almost cold. After about twenty minutes, I started to feel a little better, but it took hours before I returned to normal. I don't scare easily, and always have had a very pragmatic view on life, but, in this case, I have to say I was quite concerned. I, also, do not have high blood pressure, if that is a problem. If you have allergies, start out with a low dose. I have been taking a multi which has 100 mg of niacin, so that should work for anyone. I do not want to give up on this, so I am going to g
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