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AKsublymed
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anyone ever try the Pharmanex products recommended by Dr.B. Do they work? and are they worth the price? We just starting out with the meds ect. Need probiotics and vits, etc. Any suggestions of stuff that really works, would be appreciated for 13yr and mom.
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They seem to work really well. I have been taking them for years, The one I feel helps me the most is CordyMax (Cordyceps) it really helps with energy, cognition and stamina. I take te Green and Reshi Max too. I have tried Eye formula, Overdrive and the multis, too, all work well, seem to break down and digest very easily too. They definetly work better than anything else I have tried, and I have a garbage bag full fo 10 years worth of supplements to prove it! [Cool]
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I used that herb... something wort. I can't think of the the name. I was very happy with the results and stopped taking it when I stopped needing it. There was no withdrawl as there can be with some pharmaceuticals.

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I think Vitch means St. Johnswort, an herbal anti-depressant. Yes, you can't take it at the same time as anti-depressant medications. [Smile]
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bringing this to the top!

Are people experiencing relief or anything good with pharmanex suppliments?

Am about to take the big $$$ plunge into the world of more suppliments.

Going by Dr B's guidelines.

Is there anywhere cheaper than Pharmanex for the their brand?

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Also--which CoQ 10? I cant seem to find the one he wants us to take?
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up again for anyone who has any info on this company, can get discounts, has experience with taking the vitamins?
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My LLD office said do not take st.Johnwort when on abx.

They don't mix.

As far as the other products I have tryed the cordyceps and didn't find much difference.

But people here have tryed the cordyceps and swear by it.

I guess it depends on the person.

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Trails,
Go to the openeye productions site and look for Kris. I think she sells pharmanex to Lymies for her cost.

I am not home right now and can't get you more info. PM me if you need me to check further tonight.

BTW ....... hi.

robi ........... formerly of NM

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trails
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[hi]
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I keep seeing you around here but you are like those whackem moles--everytime I see you on a thread, then you are GONE. WHere do you GO?
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Will check for Kris--she has emailed me before. I wish I coulda helped more with the film project!

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The CoQ10 definitely helps with energy. Look under pharmanex solutions-heart health-it's there.

I noticed a big difference right away after restarting it. I had been off 8 months while taking Mepron.

I just ordered some earlier this week. It's on sale right now buy one get one free!

As far as other discounts, I called them and asked why I had never received any coupons or promotions after being a good customer for almost two years. They said they email them occasionally. I've never gotten one.

Also, be aware they charge more for shipping if you order by phone rather than on-line.
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WHICH co Q10 from Pharmanex????? exactly? There are several.
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