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Vitamin E Succinate (Alpha-tocopheryl succinate) Bulk Powder

Vitamin E Succinate (Alpha-tocopheryl succinate) Bulk Powder

Regular price $30.00 Sale

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  • Vitamin E Succinate (Alpha-tocopheryl succinate)

When I worked on my PhD in Immunology, Vitamin E Succinate (D-Alpha-Tocopheryl Acid Succinate), and no other form of Vitamin E, was under study.

There was incredible optimism and excitement around it.


I'll have to leave that to you and a Google search to answer that question. There is so much, cancer prevention and treatment being the primary draw.

I do have to add that it is currently unknown if the Succinate form of Vitamin E can be taken orally for the same benefits seen in animal studies where the compound was administered by injection.

It most certainly maintains its full Vitamin E activity when taken orally.

With this form of Vitamin E, 1 gram (1,000 mg) = 1210 IU

If you don't have a somewhat accurate milligram scale, you can use the approximation of 1/2 teaspoon is about 400 mg (~ 484 IU) if you don't pack the powder and let it remain loose. Since the toxicity is really low, this should be accurate enough for the majority of buyers.

I looked at online ads for Vitamin E Succinate, and it seems to run about $6.00 per 1000 IU

If you do the math, this listing offers you Vitamin E Succinate for just above 20 cents per 1000 IU.

And for those that might think that I compromise the quality, I can tell you that many retail brand name suppliers use the same exact manufacturer that I use. It's not that I charge too little, it's that typical retail vitamin companies charge too much and most of that is for the bottle and encapsulation.

This is a fresh batch.

Again, my pricing is for high purity bulk powdered Vitamin E Succinate.

It comes in functional packaging, nothing pretty or slick, and is intended for use as a supplement.

This minimal packaging allows for steep discounts and this offering is a small fraction of what you would pay if this was encapsulated and bottled. By far, most of the cost of selling supplements is the packaging.