Do you give product samples?
We do not supply the free sample. But if you need the sample for test the quality we will send the sample to you after get the sample fee and ship cost from you.

How much is the shipping cost?
Your shipping cost will depend on your order’s weight and destination?

Is there an assurance that our order were sent already?
We will give the tracking number details of your order for you to tract.

What is Glutathione?
Glutathione (GSH) is your body A.I.D.(A-antioxidant, I-immune system, D-detoxifier). It is a small protein molecule formed from the amino acids cysteine, glycine and glutamic acid. It is produced normally by the body in response to today’s environment such as pollution in the air we breath, water we drink, chemicals and pesticides in the food we eat that cause damages in out cells and system.
Glutathione is often referred to as Master Anti-oxidant in the body. Glutathione in increased dose posts an remarkable good “side effect” such as SKIN WHITENING.
Its skin whitening regimen has been widely used in many countries and has been reported to be the Most Prescribed Oral Skin Whitener among the skin whitening products. And often referred to as bleaching pill, bleaching capsule, whitening pill or whitening capsule. There is no question at all because its already been proven that L-Glutathione is really effective in whitening the skin for it works by reducing the melanin formation safely.
Is Glutathione Safe?
Regarding the safety of glutathione in the liver, it is said that the levels of glutathione in the liver is critically linked to the liver’s capacity to detoxify. This means that the higher the glutathione content, the greater the liver’s capacity to detoxify harmful chemicals. Typically, when we are exposed to chemical like alcohol which can damage the liver, the concentration of glutathione in the liver is substantially reduced. This reduction makes the liver susceptible to damage.
Both hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism are associated with enhanced oxidative stress involving antioxidants.
Has a direct relationship with free radical formation and inverse relationship with levels of erythrocute glutathione and glutathione peroxidase in human subjects.
No toxicities has been reported or suspected as being associated with glutathione.
None known, except for use during some forms of hemotherapy and radiation where antioxidants are contraindicated due to their inhibition of the free radical formation which is an integral part of the therapeutic mechanism.
Nutrient affecting drug CISPLATIN.
Nutrient affected by drug and affecting drug HALOPERIDOL.
There have been no reports of glutathione overdosage in the literature.
Glutathione is available as a single ingredient dietary supplement or in combination products. Dosage ranges from 300mg to 3000mg.