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Montiff Pure L-Glutathione Powder, 50 Grams

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Montiff Pure L-Glutathione Powder, 50 Grams

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  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000VI28II
  • UPC: 599038134127
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Scoushe on September 18, 2012
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I used to take glutathione in capsule form, along with numerous other supplements because as a survivor of Lyme Disease and other ridiculous health issues, my body and muscles need all the help they can get. There are days that I feel well and days that I'm under the weather, so sometimes I can't gauge how well some things work, and glutathione is one of those products. I hope it's doing something. In the meantime, I can only tell you about the content of the container.

As the label says, it's 50 grams (1.76 ounces). The container was pictured as a bottle, but I received a small canister (plastic "jar") that could probably hold eight ounces, so when I opened it, I asked is it 3/4 empty or 1/4 full? You be the judge, but I advise the manufacturers to get themselves a smaller container that won't take up that much shelf space and allow less light into it, since glutathione can be affected by light. I guess I can scoop it out in the dark, and bigger vessels are harder to pilfer from the retailer.

I've read that capsules coated with magnesium stearate, which most pills have in order to prevent them from sticking to the manufacturing machinery, reduce absorption by as much as 70%. So, if my body is benefitting from only 30% of a product, paying a little extra for powdered supplements make a lot of sense. Liquids also tend to lose their potency quicker on the shelf and could contain additives that may not agree with me, all the more reason to buy the powder and mix it with ingredients I prefer. I wish I were a chemist to determine the purity of what I buy, but since I'm not, I'll have to accept what I read as truth, so I hope this product is 100%. Given that powder is allegedly more efficient than pills, I take less than the recommended dose.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By barna60 on August 17, 2013
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I researched all over the Internet, to find the real thing, and for cheaper product. I use this with my coffee enama, just a little bit, and this product will last longer than you think. I've been using it for a month, and still have three fourths of it left. In doing a coffee enama, you only use 1/4 tsp. I am starting to feel better, fatigue wise. I guess the 100$ was not a bad investment, compared to the medical world! I don't know if I have liver problems, but I am over weight, and suspect I do, especially when using pain meds that have the poison acetimenaphen in it.

Also I researched that taking this as a oral supplement, reduces the effectivity of this product. Where as taking anally it goes straight to the liver. How genius is our God, who made this body, which no one can recreate.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Shawn Kelly on April 7, 2012
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Was searching for a l-glutathione powder to add to Gerson Therapy processes, I will keep looking as I believe it can be found at lesser price with the same quality. It is powder and not packaged in supplement so the cost has me looking elsewhere,
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