Ksm makes me lethargic. Interesting that it does the opposite for u. It ruins every supplement its in for me. I almost feel like it's throwing St John Wort or SAM e in a supp mix and hoping it makes someone feel good so they buy it again.I like the profile for PES' TruMulti. Selenium Free(I eat Brazil nuts daily), a solid form of K2(MK7), and a good source of Vit E(mixed tocopherols/tacotrienols). Plus 600mg KSM-66.
I'm at a cross roads with ashwagandha, as it noticeably causes insomnia and I'm not sure of much else. Ultimately I have discontinued TruMulti, but I have atleast one bottle left.
It could make me lethargic in the day time. I couldn't say. I'm usually a bit lethargic from all the pot I smoke anyway. lol and working in construction. Otherwise I would say I notice very little from Any of the ashwagandha products I have used.Ksm makes me lethargic. Interesting that it does the opposite for u. It ruins every supplement its in for me. I almost feel like it's throwing St John Wort or SAM e in a supp mix and hoping it makes someone feel good so they buy it again.
There are 6 essential supplements all should invest in and are scientifically approved. Fish oil for heart health, vitamin Ds, Cs, and B12s. Calcium for bone health, proteins for metabolism, and probiotics for the gut.
Here is an article if you wish to read in detail about supplements and multivitamins: https://www.garnersupply.com/articles/medical-articles/supplemental-nutrition-essentials-in-a-bottle.html
We do not require to have all the supplements out in the market. Also, one must keep in mind, multivitamins are not replacements for healthy food.
So make sure your diet is proper and complete, with all the nutrients. Added to that have a healthy lifestyle, exercise daily, and get enough rest.
Always consult a doctor before having multivitamins and supplements.