I agree with the previously posted comments re: POMx. I've been taking 1000mg daily for the last year or so with no adverse side-effects. I also took 5000 IU of Vitamin D-3 daily until my Hydroxy D levels rose to within normal levels. The dosage has now been reduced to 5000 IU twice a week.
Again I agree with the previously posted comments re: Multivitamins. As an example, Centrum Ultra Men's Multivitamin supplement contains 150% of the daily allowance (45 IU) of Vitamin E which, if taken, would be diametrically opposed to my hormonal therapy goals of reducing testosterone, not encouraging its production. I'm sure this same situation applies to many of our forum members who, for instance, have been chemically castrated by Lupron and/ who are on a continuing hormonal therapy program.
BTW, Dr. "Snuffy" Meyers has consistently referred to Resveratrol as the single-most important supplement for men with PCa. On his recommendation, I have been taking 100 mg daily for the last year or so. Not sure if Resveratrol is offered at chain pharmacies, but it can be ordered online from Swanson.
Hope this helps,
Mitch in SC