- Jun 18, 2021
Yeah, it's 'Undiluted, Unesterified, Natural Vitamin E'.He was talking of Vitamin E that may not be the same as your Vitamin E. Have you considered that?
But I don't know how much difference does it have from a conventional supplement like what Thorne has.
'Cause that's what I take (lately), even if it's expensive.
I've also read your response about trying a Predominantly Gamma-Tocopherol Vitamin-E.
And the Thorne one has that; now I'm not here to promote Thorne though... hahaha.
But you can also go to their website and see stuff like it's 'Undiluted' but I don't know to what extent (maybe just to soy).
Also, it doesn't say if it's 'Unesterified' -- but I don't see in their labeling that it has alcohol or any acids in it.
As with its effects, the only Vitamin-E that I've only seen noticeable outcomes (mainly your overall complexion) are from the Thorne one.
Back then, I was doing different doses of Purely-E and A.C. Grace (I tried both with just the Tocopherols & just the Tocotrienols).
And I'm not even sure if it's doing any benefits -- though the Purely-E taken in high doses gave me a better complexion.
But at the same time, I'm not so sure if its Tocotrienol content does harm (I've heard something from Georgi that it grows your Liver, if I remembered it correctly).
'Cause some are saying that it's harmful but there's also a person who dedicated his life's research to Vitamin-E (Dr. Barrie Tan).
And saying that Tocotrienols are what should be taken and not the Tocopherols.
And of course he probably has his own patented Vitamin-E...
But now I'd also want to try out the Idealabs Vitamin-E, but I just find it hardcore to place an order.
I'll probably just use a dummy card and see how it goes from there.
Also you mentioned Policosanols, which I also take.
But I don't know the difference yet of taking it from Bee's Wax.
I'll look more about it in the Policonsanols thread, as my response might become totally irrelevant again... haha.