What Are the Actual Side Effects of Max Cellgevity and Reactions ?


Side effects of Cellgevity

Are there any side effects of Cellgevity?

That’s the same question a close relation asked me when I first bought Cellgevity for him months back. He has been a patient of prostate cancer for more than 5 years.

He was operated on and the pains couldn’t just stop – then I recommended Cellgevity to him.

But that’s by the way…

So, for me to answer if Cellgevity has any side effect or not – I had to carry out research myself so that I would be able to give him the right response. Of course, I did get the correct answer!

Which I am about to explain in detail right in this piece of article.

But in brief, let me quickly answer you before we go into some other things.

Does Cellgevity Actually Come with Side Effects?

So far, there are no serious reports of any sort of side effects connected to Cellgevity because it is a food supplement, but it contains few ingredients which some people might be allergic to. Like nausea, headaches, digestive changes, etc.

Before I proceed, I want to quickly remind you of the core ingredients found in Cellgevity and what they all do:

RiboCeine

RiboCeine is a compound that helps boost the body’s production of glutathione, which, in turn, helps with cell detoxification and protection.

Resveratrol

A natural polyphenol from the skin of red grapes, it provides antioxidant protection against damaging free radicals and is also in red wine.

Cordyceps

A type of fungus with protective benefits, it is used in traditional Chinese medicine and may help balance blood sugar, regulate testosterone levels, and boost adrenal and kidney health.

Milk Thistle

A plant with seeds that contain the active component silymarin, it provides antioxidants

Alpha Lipoic Acid

This is an antioxidant that the body produces naturally. It helps fight signs of aging, converts the glucose from food into energy, and combats harmful free radicals that cause inflammation. You can also get this substance from certain foods and supplements.

Vitamin C

Sometimes called l-ascorbic acid, this is an important antioxidant and water-soluble vitamin you get from foods such as oranges, bell peppers, grapefruit, and broccoli.

It fights free radical damage and supports the immune system to help fight off illnesses such as colds and the flu.

Aloe Extract

A substance from Aloe Vera, people have used this component for centuries to treat skin irritations, burns, and wounds.

It has healing properties and it is also in some dietary supplements to treat constipation since it acts as a natural laxative.

Some research has shown that it reduces inflammation and lowers blood sugar levels.

Black Pepper

Also called piper nigrum, this is a fruit that is typically dried and used as a cooking spice. However, it is also in some medications and supplements because it helps with ingredient absorption or bioavailability.

Quercetin

A plant flavonoid (from fruits and vegetables) that has antioxidant properties. Numerous dietary supplements use it to help reduce damage by free radicals and to combat inflammation. It may also help boost the immune system.

Selenium (Selenomethionine)

Naturally-Occurring amino acid and organic form of selenium (the mineral) that is in food. It is a powerful antioxidant and helps boost the immune system, benefit the heart, and may treat and prevent health problems.

Broccoli Seed Extract

Often found in health supplements to provide antioxidant protection against oxidative stress and cell damage, this ingredient may also help detoxify the body and boost the immune system

Turmeric Root Extract

This plant provides beneficial components called curcuminoids, such as curcumin. this helps reduce inflammation, which in turn, may help promote overall health and wellness.

Grape Seed Extract

An ingredient often in dietary supplements and skincare products, this extract provides beneficial antioxidants to help ward off damaging free radicals and fight signs of aging.

Those are the ingredients of Cellgevity and their effects on the body system. For more details, you can go through our Cellgevity ingredients article here.

The Reactions and Side Effects

Well, Cellgevity side effects vary, depending on the body system of the individual. Some people might experience some changes in their body system while some wouldn’t.

However, there are no SEVERE side effects linked to taking the Cellgevity capsules. Note that this supplement contains Cordyceps, and some people are allergic to it.

Also, you may experience one or more of the following side effects:

  • Upset stomach
  • Digestive issues or changes
  • Nausea
  • Headaches

This product also contains turmeric, and there are reports that some people experience diarrhea, upset stomach, dizziness, and nausea when taking this ingredient.

But in general, it looks like side effects are not much of a concern with this product. Be aware that any time you take it as a dietary supplement, there can be some mild side effects.

However, for me personally, I didn’t notice anything new other than I tend to sleep well and felt more relaxed.

Not forgetting that a few of the spots on my face vanished.

How Do I Take Max Cellgevity Effectively?

You take 2 capsules in the morning and 2 in the evening. Cellgevity is best taken 1 hour before breakfast and 1 hour after dinner.

Most healthy people will notice:

  • Better energy
  • Better mental focus
  • Better sleep
  • Reduced aches and pains

For someone with a health challenge, sometimes the results could take a bit longer, and after that his/her health would change dramatically.

Cellgevity comes in capsules, 30 capsules in a one-week bottle. A one-month pack contains 4 bottles.

Few Questions Answered

Frequently Asked Questions

Are There Any Long-Term Side Effects?

The side effects are not meant to last long, but when the side effects take a longer time try seeing a medical expert. The longest side effect I’ve seen so far was a woman who noticed a change in her digestive system for about a week or so.

Who Should Take Cellgevity?

From the age of 20, our Glutathione levels start to go downhill, this is normal and it happens naturally. Our glutathione levels drop 10 to 15% each decade, so imagine that by the time you are in your 50’s you may be only producing about 50% of the glutathione levels your body needs.

Since it’s a supplement anyone can take it, so far you are up to 18 years and NOT a pregnant woman or nursing mother.

If you have a preexisting medical condition or are taking a prescription medication, ensure to consult your doctor before using Max Cellgevity pills.

Can I Take Cellgevity During Menstrual Period?

Yes, someone undergoing a menstrual cycle can take Cellgevity. According to research Cellgevity reduces the pain during the menstrual period and enhanced an easy flow. As a matter of fact, I’ve seen cases where female users of Cellgevity stopped feeling irregular menstrual pains.

Can A Pregnant Woman Take Cellgevity?

Despite not being a drug, there is a limitation to people who can take it. Especially pregnant women. It is advised for you to avoid it if you’re pregnant or a nursing mother.

Can I Take Cellgevity If I Am on Other Medications?

Yes, you can. You should not stop your regular medications. Raising glutathione will help your regular medications work better. Monitor with your Doctor so he may be able to reduce your medications over time, as your body gets back into balance and begins to heal itself.

But to be on the safer side always seek medical advice before taking Cellgevity alongside your current medication.

Cellgevity Side Effects – Final Thoughts

Now that you know that Cellgevity does not actually have any serious side effects – because food supplements are basically composed of natural ingredients and not just chemical components.

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