QUESTION OF THE MONTH Feb 2008
Message sent from www.NutriMedical.com customer: Tom Message:Can the tincture and capsules be used concurrently, as long as the total daily dosage is not exceeded, or does one need to choose either one or the other? If so, what are the pros and cons of each. or how should one decide which to use? Thank you.
Tom Yes, some people take the capsules mid or late day and the liquid in am or pm. As for choosing one over the other, the capsules are taken 3 times per day with food, due to the herbs power, you may notice a garlic repeat or a cayenne warming if you don't eat. The liquid is 15 drops 3 times per day under the tongue, no food required. Which ever one, it is about time, so fast acting is not important, the herbs are food for the body it is not getting in today's diet, (also the ability to detoxify), allowing the body to do the job it was intended to do.
QUESTION OF THE MONTH Jan 2008
I am interested in your product and understand you go above and beyond usual manufacturing practices. I am wanting to know where you get your herbs , if they are grown organically and in what country and are they irradiated. Also what measures do you take to insure they do not have molds or fungus. Thank you for the information
According the Sam Ibrahim, our pharmacist, we use a well known European Herbal Supply Company who supplied Sam when a chief pharmacist in Germany back in the 1960's.
Our herbs are shipped to and manufactured in Canada, the herbs are never irradiated, our countries customs people do not do that.
As for mould and fungus, lab tests are done to ensure there is no mould or fungus.
Our capsules are a Standardized herbal product to ensure the same quality for each batch.
That being said, the capsules are more consistent in nature then the tincture which is not as stable and requires a watchful eye to meet the standards we are looking for in chromatography testing
I hope this answers your question
How do I take Kardovite?
Shake the bottle well to mix the herbs.
Squeeze the eyedropper filling it with about a half inch of liquid.
Remove the filled eyedropper from the bottle and squeeze the liquid under your tongue.
Take three times daily; ideally first thing in the morning, at suppertime, and before going to bed, not with food. The taste at first can be quite difficult for some and you could start with, for example, 5 drops per dosage and build up to 15. Kardovite? is also available in capsules. Many customers have told us that the taste was much easier to take after a few days.
The capsules are taken with food three times a day. Does Kardovite? contain alcohol?
Kardovite? tincture is made in a 40 percent alcohol solution base. For those with problems consuming alcohol, please take Kardovite? in capsule form.
Should I keep my Kardovite? in the fridge? No, do not refrigerate your Kardovite?.
Does using Kardovite? cause any interactions or side effects?
Kardovite? is made from herbs, which generally do not have the kind of extreme side effects some medications have. For example, Hawthorn may increase the effects of the herb "Digitalis", used in medication like "Digoxin" or "Lanoxin". Generally the homeopathic dosage in Kardovite?, due to the seven herbal combination, each herb is in small amounts and is unlikely to cause side effects.
Also, Garlic and Gingko Biloba have blood thinning properties, and this should be bourne in mind when taking it with medications. Many have combined Kardovite? with their regular medication, if your not sure, consult your doctor as you should when taking any vitamin or herbal supplement.
It is advised to inform your doctor about all supplements prior to any surgical operations.
How Long Should I take Kardovite??
It is suggested that the average person should take Kardovite? for about two years, after heart disease but Dr Bill Deagle MD believes all males over 30 years old and all females over 40 should be on KardoVite for LIFE.
Some people have taken it longer as the benefits warrant continued usage in lower dosages.