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OUTDOOR GARDEN PLANT GINKGO BILOBA Maidenhair Tree&hellip by Tree Online Nursery
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I communicated with the seller about this tree and they were very quick to respond and extremely helpful. The tree arrived very carefully wrapped, with the pot additionally wrapped in cling film to ensure it didn't dry out during transport, with a hole in the cling film for the shoot to pass (which measured 20 cm in height, not including the pot). The shoot was carefully tied to a support to avoid damage during transport. When I opened the parcel it also contained some slow-release plant food and an extra tag for when the tree starts to grow and increase the diameter of its shoot. In addition there were very detailed - almost personalised - instructions on how to care for the tree. At the… Read more
5.0 out of 5 stars Vitamin E COMPLEX, read on..., 27 Aug 2013
Once a Physician Assistant in the USA told me that more than 600 iu of Vitamin E is associated with cancer. Before that, someone had told me that the standard "Vitamin E" you buy in supermarkets usually consists only of alpha-tocopherol but that there are several other 'tocopherols' which constitute Vitamin E and taking only alpha-tocopherol actually inibits uptake of/blocks the other tocopherols, resulting in a kind of partial Vitamin E deficiency. Maybe this is the reason for the cancer association - lack of vital antioxidants through saturating your system only with alpha-tocopherol. True or not, this is my adopted hypothesis, and the reason why I am buying Vitamin E COMPLEX (=… Read more
Solgar SFP Ginko Biloba Leaf Extract - 60 Vegicaps by Solgar
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I love vegicaps, 27 Aug 2013
I am a fan of supplements in vegetable capsules: I mean, why go to all the trouble of taking supplements when the capsules they are contained in might not be that healthy after all? This was the reason for buying the vegicaps (=cellulose) version of Ginkgo biloba. The capsules come in glass jar - again healthier than a plastic tub. It is written on the side of the jar that the capsules are free of sugar, salt, corn, yeast, wheat, soy, gluten, dairy or animal products, so should be suitable for people with sensitivities. I haven't started taking them properly yet, so can't comment on efficacy (am currently using the Ginkgo tincture).