If you investigate those suggestions one at a time it is rather scary. Lugol's solution
contains iodine and at high concentrations can be toxic. It's also used in the production of meth. Selenium
toxicity can be fatal and the required amount is measured in micrograms. For this reason alone I'd stick with a human vitamin supplement. As far as the Vi-Tal goes, it's specifically used in horses and goats. I see no reason to take a vitamin for animals when so many supplements are available for human consumption, but that's my opinion. It's just that so many vitamins and minerals can be detrimental, even toxic at high levels that I prefer to use human supplements rather than animal ones. I would hate to hear that someone died because they used a supplement designed for a 900 pound animal. Like I said... just my 2¢.
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