Best Place to Buy Vitamins

Updated on October 26, 2010
S.S. asks from Brookhaven, MS
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Hi, I'm looking to buy good quality vitamins, such as St John's Wort and B Complex. I want to try to get my money's worth since supplements are not cheap! Does anyone have any advice or recommendations on where to buy a good brand of vitamins, online or in-store? Any and all comments are welcome! Thanks!

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P.P.

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I second Erin's reply...vitacost.com is the BEST. They have all sorts of vitamins and supplements (among other things) and they have the best prices. I also use ebates to get cash back on my already-reduced prices from this site.
FYI: vitacost's brand of vitamins (NSI) is REALLY good. No need to pay even more for a name-brand because it's not any better.

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Try Vitacost.com, but first sign-up for Ebates at www.ebates.com and then access www.vitacost.com via the ebates site, which will earn you cash back on your purchases.

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J.A.

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If you can purchase vitamins in liquid form, as opposed to pills, the better absorbed and less money will go down the drain, literally! I only use whole food vitamins and St.John's Wort (when needed) in a compound (Passion flower, chamomile, rice hull, valerian root, lemon balm, St. John's Wort, and Coenzyme Q-10) it is great and cost's about $30 for a month supply.
It is important that you do research on the manufacturer, since many inexpensive and/or discount brands aren't easily absorbed into the blood stream. You can contact me if you want more info on where to order the St.John's compound I use.

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S.P.

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TRADER JOE'S.
Not good for St. John's wort
but good for manufactured vitamins with no additives.

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I second Erin's reply...vitacost.com is the BEST. They have all sorts of vitamins and supplements (among other things) and they have the best prices. I also use ebates to get cash back on my already-reduced prices from this site.
FYI: vitacost's brand of vitamins (NSI) is REALLY good. No need to pay even more for a name-brand because it's not any better.

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V.W.

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My hubby uses Puritan's Pride. Online.

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R.

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Walgreens has a buy one get one free starting today. And they seem to always have that offer. Me friends and family have all started getting this deal Wow! what a money saver.

BUY 1 GET 1 FREE*
Osteo Bi-Flex or Nature’s Bounty
Osteo Bi-Flex
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L.M.

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Yes. I highly recommend Oligo for your vitamin needs. You can order on-line or by phone. Let me know if you are interested and I can send you more information including how to get them.

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J.K.

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I buy all my supplements at iherb.com. Thay have a huge selection, and great discounts, deals on shipping,etc. I have a coupon code -NIF211- I think it is $5 off your first order. http://www.iherb.com/

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