hey no probs. i <3 gingko biloba even though i have not taken any in ages.
dc do you have any random symptoms like spasticity, shortness of breath, insomnia, facial tics, trouble swallowing, racing heartbeat, headaches, muscle pain, etc?
looking at your cal mag supplement, it's a calcium to mag ratio 2:1. when you take the extra mag, you're getting the daily ratio to approximate 1:1. depending on your diet and symptoms, you may want to get your magnesium intake a little higher in relation to calcium. if you feel muscle weakness, you may need more calcium. if muscles feel tense/painful/spastic, you may need more magnesium.
75mg zinc daily is a bit high unless you have big lifestyle zinc drains on your system. 2mg copper is perfect though.
that selenium sounds awesome.
boo! that holland vit E is not a complex at all by the looks of it! isolated alpha tocopherol supplementation can actually be dangerous, especially in doses over 400IU/d - please consider discontinuing the use of that product.
would this online source of vit E8 complex be a possibility for you?
http://www.apotheke-internationale.co.u ... -9737.html
i only mentioned blood clotting because of the ccsvi angle.
all of these nutrients are important, in the right balance, for health. they all have myriad roles, and also happen to interact in support of proper clotting
i am not specifically recommending vitamin K supplementation - just pointing out that your body uses cal and k for clotting. which is definitely needed for survival, but at the same time you don't want too much calcium and vit K in your system or your blood might clot too easily.
you balance the pro-clotting nutrients out with magnesium and vitamin E and fish oil and having sufficient amounts of all those other nutrients, ones that tend to be low in ms patients.
dark leafy greens have magnesium, vitamin E and vitamin K all at once. i can only imagine they come in the right balance for proper blood clotting from sources like kale