Most "E" vits come from Soy. We don't use soy in anything due to sensitivity. Toco-Sorb by Jarrow is high quality and does not use soy for its E vitamin source.
August 14, 2013
Jarrow Vitamin E
Toco-Sorb is one of the best vitamin E supplements on the market. A vitamin expert recommended to me the vitamin e supplement should have the alpha, beta, gamma & delta tocotrienols and not just alpha-tocopherol (like my previous vitamin E supplement which I just through out over 150 vitamins). Plus the fact that they can legally claim it has 3x greater absorption I can feel good it is one of the highest quality out there. Not all stores carry Jarrow products so ordering it from Swanson Vitamins was easy & also the best price.
June 3, 2013
Good Tocotrienol Mix
Why take any Vitamin E when you can take this mix of the strongest and most beneficial form of Vitamin E - Tocotrienols? Product is based on Tocomin(R) and has the high alpha and gamma tocotrienols you want.
February 1, 2013
Not Your Everday Vitamin E
"Mixed Tocotrienois" make the difference; "Up to 3x greater absorption" claims the label. For me that proves out successfully.
March 28, 2012
A good product
I've been using this product for some time now and I'm very satisfied with it.
I don't see how the reviewer that complained about the softgels being melted together can blame swansons or the product for something that happened during shipping.
March 11, 2012
A fine product
I have used this product for years, and think it is excellent, like most Jarrow products. The previous poster seemed to have some sort of shipping issue (most likely the fault of whoever delivered the order), but I have never experienced this. I don't think Jarrow gel caps are any different than anyone else's, Anyway, not a problem for me, but maybe my package didn't sit in a hot truck or warehouse for hours.
Anyway, I wouldn't associate shipping damage with product quality. Separate issues.
September 5, 2011
Don't order in the summer
The product arrived unusable. The softgels are very soft and fused together in the bottle, evidently in the heat during shipping. It's possible it happened during manufacturing but regardless, the product is not "durable" enough to survive the supply and shipping process. Swanson should remove this from the inventory.
August 15, 2011