I get many questions regarding the CanXida formulations. All the time we get questions regarding dosages, if the tablets are applicable for younger people, how many a younger person should take, can they be taken with certain medications. All kinds of questions.
A very common question I get asked, which I’m going to answer now, is, “I’m concerned about the discoloration. I bought your products before. This batch that I’ve got now, this new lot of tablets I’ve got, are slightly different in color. Like there could be different color little specs in them, or there could be a slight more yellowing or brown of the tablet. What’s going on? Are they still worth taking? Have they expired? Are they rubbish? Should we throw them away? Or what’s the problem?” But this is perfectly natural and normal when you make a tablet like CanXida, particularly the Remove, the CanXida Remove, and the CanXida Rebuild. And that’s because there are herbal medicines in these products. And those colors can vary. They can really vary sometimes from season to season, or supply to supply, or where the herb was grown. So there are lots of reasons why there can be color variability.
I’ve tried to answer this before in other CanXida videos, but this one’s specifically about the coloration change. What I want you to try and bear in mind is, next time you go to a shop and you’re going to buy something, particularly a natural food, are you going to really look at the difference in the coloration of a celery leaf? If a celery leaf’s a bit more yellow, or a bit more green, or a bit more dark green, does that mean that you’ve got to throw the celery away? If you buy an apple and there’s a spot on the apple, or the apple’s smaller or larger than another apple, if the apple is more red or more green than it, does it mean that the apple needs throwing away? It doesn’t. It means it’s natural. Color variations are normal. At least with CanXida you don’t get very large tablets and very tiny tablets in the same container, but you’re going to consistency with that, of course, through manufacturing, but the raw materials changes from time to time.
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So I just want to reassure all our customers out there, the CanXida customers, that there is nothing wrong with the tablets at all if you see some slight changes. Particularly the Rebuild, the CanXida Rebuild, the multivitamin, has got very specific herbs in there, which I wanted in that formula. So you may see some little tiny dots that could appear darker, or the dots that you’ll see in there again are particular herbs in that formula. It doesn’t mean you need to throw the tablet away. It just means it’s natural. Color variations are quite normal. And you’re going to get these kind of things in custom-made formulations like CanXida.
CanXida tablets are not like mainstream. They’re very specialized formulations designed by someone who’s used an incredible amount of herbal medicines in his practice over a long period of time. So somebody like me can understand those variations. So I want to assure you there’s nothing wrong with the product. Basically, that’s what I’m trying to say. You won’t see those color variations with probiotics, for example, or enzymes, because they’re generally always in a white color. Many companies mask the color of their raw materials in capsules of a certain color. So you can’t even see what you’re taking. I don’t like to do that with CanXida. So what you see is what you get.