Your Questions Answered: Interactions, Taking Remove Indefinitely & Frequency

Question: Are there any known interactions of CanXida Remove (Formula RMV) with other dietary supplements or medications?

Yes. Due to the large variety of potent ingredients in CanXida Remove, there are some potential interactions.

When it comes to dietary supplements, interactions are not common and the biggest risk would be of potential side effects if you were to double up on an ingredient that’s already featured inside CanXida Remove.

For example, we do not recommend taking additional Garlic, Clove, Grapefruit Seed Extract (GSE) or any other ingredient in CanXida Remove due to the increased risk of side effects that can occur with a higher than recommended dose.

As for medications, there are certain types of drugs that do not interact well with the ingredients in CanXida Remove, most notably Garlic and Grapefruit Seed Extract (GSE).

These drugs are:

  • Blood Thinners such as warfarin
  • Immunosuppressants
  • Statins and;
  • Antihistamines

In general, if you’re on a prescription drug of any kind, we always recommend you speak to your doctor first before adding a dietary supplement to your routine, including CanXida Remove or any other.

If you are healthcare professional you can contact us to get our detailed Drug-Interaction report for CanXida Remove.

Question: Can CanXida Remove (Formula RMV) be taken indefinitely, or should it be used for a certain period of time?

CanXida Remove is safe to take indefinitely and many customers like to take it year round in a “maintenance dose” of just 1 to 2 tablets per day, instead of the 3+ tablets per day you may take when fighting an infection.

That being said, this is not mandatory, if you’d like to take a break from CanXida Remove once you’re feeling confident you have removed an infection, you are welcome and encouraged to do so.

Another option is to take CanXida Remove occasionally in situations where you may be at higher risk for a repeat infection such as going on holidays where you know you’ll be eating and drinking more indulgently, or, taking it throughout the Christmas and New Years period for the same reason.

Question: How often do I need to take CanXida Remove (Formula RMV) for optimal results?

When it comes to determining your ideal serving: one size does not fit all.

For the first one to two weeks, we recommend you just take 1 tablet per day to ease yourself into it and minimize the chances of side effects.

We also recommend you always take your CanXida Remove with food. It works better and reduces the chance of side effects this way.

The safest time to take this one tablet is the middle of the day.

Once you move up to two tablets, start having one at breakfast and one at lunch.

And then eventually, one at breakfast, lunch and dinner.

If you’re a shift worker and your “breakfast” happens to be late at night, that’s totally fine, still take it at your “breakfast”, your lunch and your dinner and follow the routine based on your personal sleep rhythm.

Also, more is not better past a certain point, some people have tried taking 10, 20 and even 30 tablets per day thinking this will speed up their results, the good news is, due to it being a natural product and not a pharmaceutical one, these people didn’t end up in hospital, however, most of them reported some very uncomfortable side effects such as bloating, stomach pain, gas, diarrhea and even vomiting.

For more information take a look at CanXida Remove (Formula RMV) user guide.

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The information and facts are intended to help and support, not replace, the relationship that exists between you and your doctor. The statements on this site have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Information is presented for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your healthcare professional. Consult your doctor or health professional before starting a treatment or making any changes to your diet.