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27 minutes ago, Kurt Barlow said:

Scabies is a borderline sexual transmitted disease. You need about 10-15 minutes close bodily contact to get it. Its not transmissble like Bed Bugs. 

you offering, Kurt?

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2 hours ago, wherebee said:

you offering, Kurt?

Not my type. 

It was certainly more common in Oz, particularly in the Abo community. 

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On 18/11/2021 at 09:30, Dogtania said:

Well I've increased from 3-4 earlier in the year to 5-6 during the summer and now up to 8,000 iu daily and sometimes a drop more (9k).   

I'll plug again this brand I'm using.  Not sure about value for money but very easy to take and no swallowing capsules.  Each drop is 1k.  Price has sky rocketed though, was £5.99 end of 2019.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B07K4CKTHL?psc=1&ref=ppx_pop_mob_b_asin_title

Btw I know @The Masked Tuliphas occasionally come across very good deals.  If you come across anything for vit k soon as I'm running low can you let me know please, ta

I notice amazon links are frequently posted, and the price goes up in the winter.  I always check ebay, and they've been cheaper in the winter, and competitive with amazon in the summer.  I just clicked to buy these.  Have bought from this supplier before.
D3+K2 seems to be cheaper than buying separate.  The K2 is higher than my other pills, and I'll feel free to use up my supplies of lower strength plain ole vit D, by taking them alongside one of these.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/p/2196079443

EDIT TO ADD - @Dogtania Do you put the drops in your tea, or into food?  Or just head back and squirt?

 

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18 hours ago, Bricks & Mortar said:

I notice amazon links are frequently posted, and the price goes up in the winter.  I always check ebay, and they've been cheaper in the winter, and competitive with amazon in the summer.  I just clicked to buy these.  Have bought from this supplier before.
D3+K2 seems to be cheaper than buying separate.  The K2 is higher than my other pills, and I'll feel free to use up my supplies of lower strength plain ole vit D, by taking them alongside one of these.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/p/2196079443

EDIT TO ADD - @Dogtania Do you put the drops in your tea, or into food?  Or just head back and squirt?

 

Ah those eBay ones do look good.  Quite often I also go direct to the manufacturer or seller to cut out the middle man - Amazon.  They have a great website, reviews and info so that's nice for then to host and display in one place just as long as the seller makes clear their brand or website it's nice to divert money away from Amazon after using them to search, thanks Amazon!

The vit K is quite a bit more but I'm really happy with the vit d drops I have right now so will buy seperately.  Whilst not the cheapest it's not very materiel for such a quantity IMO....2000 drops total (barely into my second bottle since end 2019), and iirc mixed in coconut oil so no nasties.  They are completely flavourless afaict so just open my fat gob in the morning and drop a few in with the dropper that's part of the lid couldn't be easier or less hassle.

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Speaking to the BBC, regional director Dr Hans Kluge warned that 500,000 more deaths could be recorded by March unless urgent action is taken

 

the WHO better hurry up and recommend vit d or are they going to let another 500,000 die first?

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On 19/11/2021 at 14:37, Bricks & Mortar said:

Have bought from this supplier before.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/p/2196079443

Yeah, that's the brand I use, direct from the company as they have free P&P. Seems pretty competitive against the good deals TMT often posts, so I've seen no reason to shop around thus far. Also get my zinc & NAC from them.

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On 19/11/2021 at 14:37, Bricks & Mortar said:

I notice amazon links are frequently posted, and the price goes up in the winter.  I always check ebay, and they've been cheaper in the winter, and competitive with amazon in the summer.  I just clicked to buy these.  Have bought from this supplier before.
D3+K2 seems to be cheaper than buying separate.  The K2 is higher than my other pills, and I'll feel free to use up my supplies of lower strength plain ole vit D, by taking them alongside one of these.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/p/2196079443

EDIT TO ADD - @Dogtania Do you put the drops in your tea, or into food?  Or just head back and squirt?

 

Excellent price for 360 of the tablets if the headline is true. However the description says 120 tablets, in which case the price is 50p less than what they charge on the web site (where I normally order, to avoid giving a slice to ebay -- though now that I see the ebay prices can be cheaper, I'll stop automatically doing that!)

https://www.phoenixnutrition.com/products/high-strength-vitamin-d3-k2

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6 minutes ago, Lightly Toasted said:

Excellent price for 360 of the tablets if the headline is true. However the description says 120 tablets, in which case the price is 50p less than what they charge on the web site (where I normally order, to avoid giving a slice to ebay -- though now that I see the ebay prices can be cheaper, I'll stop automatically doing that!)

https://www.phoenixnutrition.com/products/high-strength-vitamin-d3-k2

Fewer...

 

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26 minutes ago, Lightly Toasted said:

Excellent price for 360 of the tablets if the headline is true. However the description says 120 tablets, in which case the price is 50p less than what they charge on the web site (where I normally order, to avoid giving a slice to ebay -- though now that I see the ebay prices can be cheaper, I'll stop automatically doing that!)

https://www.phoenixnutrition.com/products/high-strength-vitamin-d3-k2

Well spotted.  
Mine haven't showed up yet, so I can't confirm.  Having looked at your post, I'm only expecting 120 now.

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I've just had my order from Mobu arrive. I already have stuff from them but thought I'd get a years supply in.

2 x 360 vit d 5,000iu + K2 100mcg plus 1 x 360 vit c 100mg + zinc 20mg. £34 delivered.

 

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10 hours ago, jm51 said:

I've just had my order from Mobu arrive. I already have stuff from them but thought I'd get a years supply in.

2 x 360 vit d 5,000iu + K2 100mcg plus 1 x 360 vit c 100mg + zinc 20mg. £34 delivered.

 

Magnesium?

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On 17/11/2021 at 23:32, DTMark said:

Well I've been taking those tablets and I haven't been ill since. So they must work.

The irony of this is that I ran out of the tablets on Saturday and I have had a headache since Sunday morning which persists. I think it's a migraine, I get one of those about every five years or so. That or maybe Covid.

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Anyway @JoeDavola will be displeased to know I had a further twelve minutes of vitamin D accumulation last night, and am positively glowing. Every blue sky has a silver lining in this case as burds are flocking - they love a tan + green eyes :x

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19 hours ago, Bricks & Mortar said:

Well spotted.  
Mine haven't showed up yet, so I can't confirm.  Having looked at your post, I'm only expecting 120 now.

If you order 360 you get 3 pouches of 120. 

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The Masked Tulip

Nutravita have an extra 30% off if you use IMMUNITY30 at checkout. Not bad if someone likes to order lots of vitamins. Might work out cheaper than buying the same from Amazon.

https://www.nutravita.co.uk/collections/christmas-stocking-fillers-up-to-50-off

 

£7.99 for D3 at Amazon with free click and collect if you have one of those locker things near you.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Strength-Absorption-Cholecalciferol-Manufactured-Nutravita/dp/B07JCXK3HP/ref=sr_1_11?keywords=vitamin+d&qid=1638785736&sr=8-11

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2 minutes ago, The Masked Tulip said:

Nutravita have an extra 30% off if you use IMMUNITY30 at checkout. Not bad if someone likes to order lots of vitamins. Might work out cheaper than buying the same from Amazon.

https://www.nutravita.co.uk/collections/christmas-stocking-fillers-up-to-50-off

 

£7.99 for D3 at Amazon with free click and collect if you have one of those locker things near you.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Strength-Absorption-Cholecalciferol-Manufactured-Nutravita/dp/B07JCXK3HP/ref=sr_1_11?keywords=vitamin+d&qid=1638785736&sr=8-11

+1 My recent Nutravita elixir shipment was nearly half the price of a few months ago, good stuff. Wish I could say the same about the overseas human horsepaste tablet order, feckin expensive and not 100% confident will receive anything.

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4 minutes ago, Caravan Monster said:

+1 My recent Nutravita elixir shipment was nearly half the price of a few months ago, good stuff. Wish I could say the same about the overseas human horsepaste tablet order, feckin expensive and not 100% confident will receive anything.

 

There are vast numbers of horsey women on plentyoffish. Christmas is coming. They are lonely, need comforting and probably have ample supplies of horse de-wormer. Just a thought. I just don't want to see headlines in the Daily Mail come next January:

'Online lover used me. He didn't want my body, my money nor my home. He took all my horse de-wormer!'

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