Glutamic Acid Usage, Dosage and Side Effects:
|How||Glutamic Acid can be taken by adding the recommended dose to drinks such as water or fruit juice or by placing the recommended dose into empty capsules and swallowed.|
|When||Glutamic Acid is generally taken at meal times with food. It can be taken at any point during the day and is often taken up to twice daily|
|Dosage||Typical dosages of Glutamic Acid vary from between 500 and 2,000 mg a day.|
|Side Effects||High doses of glutamic can interfere with anti-epileptic medications. People with neurological issues, kidney or liver disease should consult a medical professional before using this product|
The products sold by Blackburn Distributions are not intended to diagnose, treat, restore, correct or modify any functions in human beings. They are solely intended to help maintain & support a healthy lifestyle. The claims presented have not be evaluated by the FDA or the MHRA. We recommend that you seek advice from a fully qualified health care professional before consuming any of these products especially if you are taking other medications or pregnant. Discontinue use and consult a doctor if any adverse reactions occur. Not intended for use by persons under the age of 18. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place.