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Re: GSE tablets/GSE questionable!!!
jameskep37 Views: 1,748
Published: 7 years ago
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Re: GSE tablets/GSE questionable!!!

Interesting that you stated that GSE might have a added preservative. I just checked out Wikipedia on GSE and it  was talking about a lot of GSE products being contaminated with a synthetic preservative it in. Wikipedia was stating that natural GSE might have no detectable anti-microbial effects at all. The anti-microbial effects might be more related to the synthetic preservative in the GSE. So there might be some question of this synthetic preservative having the ability to inhibit  the efficiency of our friendly bacteria as well? Not to mention how a synthetic preservative could affect someones health in the long run.

So maybe the main benefits that your receiving from "natural" GSE is just the nutrients in it( vitamin C, bioflavs etcc), not necessarily the anti-microbial activity.  That just makes me wonder about a lot of cross contamination of chemicals that could be in other products that have active ingredients as well. One thing I learned working as a Vitamin Manager is that some companies can use harsh chemicals when extracting the active ingredients from plants/or just processing in general ...hexane etc....

So this requires further investigation of calling up some of these companies and trying to find out if there is this synthetic preservative in the product or not. The problem with some of these companies is that they will not disclose all the information that you want to know. Sometimes they will say its proprietary information. Proprietary meaning that they will CTA (cover their A**).

I like how citricidal says that one tablet is equal to 4 drops. Is this before they processed it or after they processed it. The product might not be equivalent to four drops by the time the tablet has been compressed, processed and all the binders and fillers have been added to affect its absorption. Some tablets can contain vegetable coating/lubricant, which may contain some petroleum derivatives in it. Ever wonder how some of those tablets get nice and shiny....


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