Now I understand why you have women problem
Where did I say I have a problem with women?
ops ....read as ...women have a problem with you
I see they jump off the cliff when they see you
pindokhan123 wrote: well as long as you are happy,i just find transfer fees high.
you know something,,,its just me and you in the forum tonight,looks like everyone else is asleep,,its 00.43am here,what time is it at ur end?
pindokhan123 wrote: actually i agree with you there tasman,i do take vitamins when my diet is poor or i am ill,its good idea to have backup,my main concern is i take alot of painkillers too because of my leg which is recovering from an accident ,i guess everything has its advantages and disadvantages.
btw i wanted to ask you what payment processor you using now? i used payoneer and i am glad i did,was scared at first but not now.
pindokhan123 wrote: tasman with so much vitamin c in your body,i am surprised you haven't flushed yourself down the loo hole
so you telling me in 10 years you never had the runs? by that i mean the 200 metres in less than 30 secs
seaeagle wrote:tasman1 wrote: Again ????
Told you last time but you never listen
1 tablet multi vitamins and minerals [ mega ]
3 tablets vitamin C each 1ooomg
1 tablet vitamin B [ all vitamin B ]
Fresh garlic [ a lot ]
Hot drink with lots of honey
1-2 tablet horseradish [ stronger strengt ]
now go and take it , it is order
I would definitely reduce the vitamin C down to one tablet as 3 tablets plus the vitamin C in the multivitamins plus the vitamin C in the horseradish would put you well over the maximum tolerable intake of 2000mg a day.
Quote:Yes, it's possible to take too much vitamin C. Since vitamin C is water-soluble (excess amounts are excreted and do not accumulate in the body), people sometimes assume there is no harm in taking large doses. However, there are potential short-term and long-term problems with taking high doses (500 to 1,000 mg per day) or very high doses (more than 2,000 mg per day) of vitamin C.
Very high doses of vitamin C are known to cause gastric discomfort and diarrhea, and this is the basis for the current upper tolerable daily intake limit of 2,000 mg for adults.
More limited, but concerning, evidence suggests problems with daily doses of just 500 to 1,000 mg of vitamin C. (Keep in mind that the recommended daily intake of vitamin C for adults is only 75 mg to 120 mg, with an additional 35 mg for smokers -- see the RDAs for details).
Source: Is it possible to take too much vitamin C? Answered by ConsumerLab.com