hey sorry adam i missed that response earlier.
d-alpha tocopherol is better than dl-alpha tocopherol but it's still going to push you out of natural ratio. it's your call but studies have shown it's not a good idea.
also although vit e is considered potentially dangerous as a fat soluble nutrient, there is no known toxicity to vitamin e from food sources.
a quarter cup of raw sunflower seeds per day can take you a good way towards your daily needs.
here are the two E8 supplement products i know about off the top of my head. i have the new roots one because it's way cheaper than trophic. so trophic is probably better but my wallet votes for new roots!
the one you found is half the E8 complex with tocopherols only, no tocotrienols.
where r u adam? i noticed trophic has a link to online vendors but i don't know if they ship internationally; you could check:
you should be okay taking calcium and mag at the same time, lunch and dinner as long as the d3 stays just with lunch OR dinner not both.
you may already know that calcium and magnesium compete for absorption so unless the balance is right, one or the other of cal or mag can get out of whack. if you have symptoms like spasticity or tics or muscle pain or difficulty breathing the mag could be low. if you're weak or have bone pain perhaps low calcium.
how do you find the gingko? do you keep track of things better? i did.
hope that helps
sorry my answer was slow!
my approach: no meds so far - just nutrient-dense anti-inflammatory whole foods, and supplements where needed
info: www.whfoods.com, www.nutritiondata.com