A: Many of our products meet each of these designations. To see which product qualifies for which, look in the “Allergen” area of each Product Page. If you have questions about a specific product, ask our Customer Service at 1-888-826-9625.
A: NAC can be listed as either N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine or L-alpha-acetamido-beta-mercaptopropionic acid according to Health Canada. From a regulatory standpoint the names are interchangeable. Many of the ingredients listed with the Health Canada have multiple accepted names that are used when a product is being submitted to receive a Natural Health Products (NPN) license.
A: It is unlikely, but it is possible. After reviewing PubMed data, the only component which may potentially have anticoagulant effects is Withania. An active component (Withaferin A) was shown to have several anticoagulant effects in a cell-based study, including inhibition of platelet aggregation and prolongation of aPTT and PT (24534482). We have not seen any animal data or human data investigating this further, so it is hard to make any firm conclusions.
Additionally, both rhodiola and eleutherococcus were shown to not affect the anticoagulant activity of warfarin (animal-based, 18844284, 16635739)