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    Hi I just bought some cordygen5 and will begin taking soon. My questions begin with, Can it be taken with food? Does it need to be cycled in ANYWAY? like 5 days on 2 days off ect? I mean will it still be working when I am 60 LOL? Also is there anything that could interfere with it because I take about 12 different supps?
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    IMO no, I've been taking Cre02 for the last 2 years as well as other MST products with Cordyceps strains and is hasn't worn off one bit. What 12 other supps are you taking ??? Besides staples such as EFA's, minerals, Protein/amino's and so forth I would advise and try C5 by itself, too many pills and supps drive me nuts and it's also hard to measure the effects....the other great thing about Cordygen is that its a great glyconutrient.

    Keep it simple and Good luck.
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    Bovine cartilage
    Glucosamine
    Prebiotics
    Vitamin D
    Kelp
    Calcium
    Mk4
    Magnesium oil
    Cordyceps
    Cod liver oil
    Gelatin
    Myomin
    Ginger force
    Garlic
    Nettle root
    Muira puama
    L dopa

    woops about 17 lol-
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    can it be taken with food?
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    Yes and question, why are you taking so much stuff ??? BTW I'm a die hard mag oil user myself.
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    yeah MAG OIL IS AWESOME! well bovine cartlidge, gelatin and glucosamine for inflammation. kelp, vitamin d, calcium, and mk4 for longevity and bone health. And the herbs for hormones although I am stopping the ginger/garlic and repalcing with grape seed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ramon25 View Post
    yeah MAG OIL IS AWESOME! well bovine cartlidge, gelatin and glucosamine for inflammation. kelp, vitamin d, calcium, and mk4 for longevity and bone health. And the herbs for hormones although I am stopping the ginger/garlic and repalcing with grape seed.
    I've been using the ancient minerals oil for quite some time, the company is about 45 minutes from where I live. I would check out systemic enzymes for inflammation ( it would eliminate the need for four things on your list IMO ) and they kick a$$ period, that with the combo of myomin will nip any inflammation as well as post w/o induced inflammation. Myomin is good stuff at keeping your estrogen levels in check...I personally don't think you need the nettle root unless your using it strictly for prostate health.

    Keep it simple.
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    I dont like systemic enzymes because I have to take on an empty stomach. It irritates me to have to have my eating scedule move around a supplement. The empty stomach rule kills it for me. But there are broader, more intricate reasons, why I take The bovine, glucosamine,codliver oil and especially gelatin than just general inflammation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ramon25 View Post
    I dont like systemic enzymes because I have to take on an empty stomach. It irritates me to have to have my eating scedule move around a supplement. The empty stomach rule kills it for me. But there are broader, more intricate reasons, why I take The bovine, glucosamine,codliver oil and especially gelatin than just general inflammation.
    Gotcha, well good luck.
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    thanks man
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    well, the only part I can really answer is the food portion, and yes you can take it with food if you choose.
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    hey bud...no cycling is necessary at all and it is actually even recommended that you use Cordygen on your off days so that the stores remain abundant in your system. its also not going to be interfering with anything on your list. Enjoy!
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    thanks for the answers guys. so your saying that i can take it every day for the rest of my life and continue to benefit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ramon25 View Post
    thanks for the answers guys. so your saying that i can take it every day for the rest of my life and continue to benefit?
    theoretically yes, but I've found cycling off once in awhile to be beneficial.
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