Your Questions Answered: Nut Allergies, Pau D’Arco, Neem Risks, Biotin Risks & Oregano Oil Risks

Question: Is it safe for people with nut allergies to take CanXida Remove (Formula RMV)?

The black walnut hull extract contained in CanXida Remove is, as the name suggests, an extract from the hull, rather than the nut itself.

This is because the hull is a great source of a substance called “tannins”, one of these being juglone, which has been shown to have powerful anti parasitic effects.

However, if you have a known nut allergy, we do advise you to ask your doctor first before consuming CanXida Remove or any other product containing Black Walnut Hull Extract.

Question: Are there any risks or side effects associated with pau d’arco?

In general, Pau D’arco is quite a low risk supplement to take and the chances of side effects are very low, however, they do still exist.

Reported side effects include nausea, diarrhea, and dizziness, some people have also reported anemia when taking Pau D’arco for a long duration of time.

However, these side effects typically only show up in doses much higher than what is contained within CanXida Remove.

Question: Are there any risks or side effects associated with neem?

Yes, though they are uncommon, they do exist, some reported side effects from taking neem are: Stomach upset, vomiting, loose stools and drowsiness.

If you are on prescription drugs for diabetes or pre-diabetes, for kidney issues, liver issues or are taking any kind of immunosuppressant drugs, please speak with your doctor first before taking any supplement containing neem, including CanXida Remove.

Question: Are there any risks or side effects associated with biotin?

Biotin is very safe, even at high levels and can easily be excreted by the body if necessary thanks to being a water soluble vitamin as opposed to a fat soluble one.

However, if you do consume excessive amounts of Biotin, you may experience side effects such as digestive upset, insomnia or skin rashes.

The level of biotin in CanXida Remove is high enough to be effective but also at a level unlikely to cause any side effects, that being said, we do not recommend taking additional Biotin on top of what’s already contained in CanXida Remove.

Question: Are there any risks or side effects associated with oregano oil?

Oregano oil is very safe at the level contained in CanXida Remove, however, as it’s a strong, natural antifungal agent, excessive amounts may lead to side effects such as stomach upset, constipation, diarrhea, vomiting and headaches.

Also, if you are currently taking prescription drugs such as blood thinners, diabetes drugs, or have a diagnosed mineral deficiency of zinc, copper or iron, we recommend you speak with your doctor first before adding oregano oil to your daily supplement routine.

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