Posted by iHerb Customer on September 11 2015 | Verified Purchase
When I feel run down, weak, or like I am going to get sick, I take one or two of these (not together). The taste is fine - honestly I find it such a first world problem when people complain about the taste of things that are really no big deal, particularly if it will help you. Glad it is non GMO, as I would not take otherwise. Yes it is expensive, but it is equivalent to a lot of normal Vit C tablets (which can also upset your tummy), and is preferable over IV (needle) Vit C - I bought this product instead of having IV Vit C. If I had a bit more money I would take one sachet every day. I am interested to compare this product to other reputable Lipo Vit C products like Mercola. Good luck.
Posted by iHerb Customer on September 4 2015 | Verified Purchase
I ordered another well known SH brand of Adenosyl B12 first, as it seems to have less added 'nasties', although is more expensive. But I had such a bad experience with them and their shipping (they decided to take an extra $21 off my card and then it took forever to get back and the whole process was dodgy). So then I found this brand, and iherb has always been great to me, will send to Australia, and price good. And if you notice here you get 120 concentrated tabs, you can cut them up and they last a long time. Other brands often only supply 60 at lower concentration. You probably also get less fillers overall in you this way as it is concentrated. I combine 1/4 tab of this daily with methylB12, apparently best for fatigue and repairing nerves (I hear). It was out of stock at first so I waited.. This is also good for MTHFR people. Note Australian buyers - Activated B vits are very hard to get in Australia (ie B6, B12, folate), it's ridiculous!
This was a bit strong for me (I am only 50kg and could do with lesser amounts). You need to adjust your dosage individually. I might prefer to take my B12 sublingually too in both methyl and adenosyl forms (good for fatigue issues), so don't have to worry about any stomach absorption issues as it goes straight into blood. I am also trialing taking methylfolate as chewable tablet.
Posted by iHerb Customer on May 21 2016 | Verified Purchase
I searched high and low for a good multivit, and suitable also for the half of the population who apparently have methyl issues (ie this contains the B vits in their natural active forms). In Australia, obtaining any B vits in their natural active forms is difficult, so thank you also iherb. I was paying twice as much elsewhere from the methyl doctor's company, then found this. I am happy they also now make it in capsule form, so I got it for my parents who can have trouble swallowing large tablets. I am now also giving it to my partner. I showed this to my doctor and she was quite impressed with the ingredients, their forms and levels, and the price. And please, if you are pregnant or trying to be, do not take unnatural folic acid.
Posted by iHerb Customer on September 7 2015 | Verified Purchase
Just started using this. It's true it seems concentrated, I need a smaller amount than my other natural/ organic shampoos. My only concern, so I cannot give 5 stars at this stage, is that it lathers really well. So I wonder unfortunately if there is a less than natural ingredient causing this. If it is natural though, it would be my fav' shampoo ever! I just did notice too I am not itching (due to severe post shingles nerve pain and dandruff), although I am using DMSO too at same time. Price good.
Posted by iHerb Customer on September 15 2015 | Verified Purchase
I have sensitive dry skin, easily red. I was looking for a replacement to my Jurlique mask, which I like but it is getting crazy expensive, smaller in size, and it is not very organic. And the company, which used to be good, is now focused on China and allows animal testing. But with owners like casino mogul James Pack er, what can you expect. And iherb delivers from USA to Australia in one week, Jurlique takes 2 weeks within Australia (that is if it arrives and is within expiry!). I found this mask, and am pleasantly surprised. In texture it is more like the cold creams that older people used to use. It smells lovely (essential oils), cruelty free. Package says 22% organic contents. Feels soothing. It is not a clay like mask. Price good for what it is. Really 4 and half stars.
I took this for severe post herpetic neuralgia (post shingles), apparently it can help nerve pain. But didn't help me unfortunately.
Posted by iHerb Customer on October 15 2017 | Verified Purchase
I had tried this brand's straight MgOil, and was very pleasantly surprised by it (and it seemed to work better than other more expensive brands in my country). Particularly how quickly it alleviated the extreme nerve pain in my leg (within minutes). My mum has also been trying it for her pains and cramps, and liked it so much she also bought for her sister (and she is pretty fussy!). This seemed a new product so I finally tried it. It of course has less % of Mg Oil in it, but another way to get Mg into you. It is slightly greasy, which I don't mind as it is very hydrating also. Most ingredients seem quite natural. I find it very calming and a lovely natural smell. You do have to squeeeeze the bottle to get it out (it is quite thick) although I would hate to see them dilute it further (it would dilute the Mg), or perhaps a pump or tube is better. I have a better response to this (more relaxing) than I do with epsom salts (Mg sulfate) or oral Mg (which I am never sure is being absorbed well); this has a more immediate calming and pain response and is more cost effective. We are all deficient in Mg these days, particularly those of us with Lyme disease or stress (which both eat up your Mg). Best of luck.
Posted by iHerb Customer on May 10 2016 | Verified Purchase
Tasty! I was looking for another organic seaweed snack a bit cheaper than the one I have been buying in Australia which is too expensive to eat regularly. And found it. This is similar, also from Korea, a bit cheaper, and half the size which is actually enough. This one seems a bit more oily judging by bit of oil left on fingers. My only concern with both is the packaging, so I am trying to recycle it. I have yet to try the other flavours.
These might be too healthy for some people (silly them), I like them and my family all eat them at get togethers.