Your Questions Answered: Proprietary Blends, Microbial Contaminants & Stomach Acidity

Question: Why does CanXida use proprietary blends, and what is the reason for not disclosing the exact ingredient amounts in these blends?

CanXida’s use of proprietary blends stems from our commitment to offering the most effective formulations based on decades of thorough research and analysis. These blends are the result of careful study, testing, and optimization to ensure that each ingredient works in synergy with the others, providing maximum benefits.

Just as a chef might keep the exact proportions of ingredients in a signature dish secret to maintain its unique taste and appeal, we maintain the confidentiality of our exact blends as part of our intellectual property. This approach helps us ensure that the careful balance and effectiveness of our products remain unparalleled in the market.

Question: Has CanXida been tested for microbial contaminants such as bacteria, yeast, and mold, in addition to the heavy metal testing?

Yes, CanXida has been tested for microbial contaminants including bacteria, yeast, and mold. If you’d like more detailed information, please contact us and we’d be happy to provide the certificate of analysis.

Question: Do CanXida supplements have any effect on the stomach’s acidity or alkalinity upon consumption?

There isn’t direct evidence to suggest that CanXida specifically alters the stomach’s acidity or alkalinity.

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