What is the maximum “safe” daily dosage of Vitamin E (for example, Unique E) in IU that is recommended for treatment of Peyronie's disease. I have read that daily doses in excess of 1500 IU of d-alpha tocopherol can be potentially toxic. I am planning on taking Vitamin E, with Nattokinase 200mg 2x/day, and PABA 1000mg 3x/day. Any comments on this regimen are appreciated.
Please search this website for many articles I have written about safety of taking vitamin E within a Peyronie's disease treatment plan. For example: Peyronie's disease treatment and vitamin E and Peyronie's disease vitamin E therapy.
To answer your question directly, I usually recommend that a man takes 800-1200IU of Unique E daily in a Peyronies plan.
Concerning the brief plan that you have outlined, above, I suggest that you consider adding some external therapies to this plan (DMSO with related copper peptides and vitamin E as topical applications, gentle manual penis stretching, ultrasound, etc.). Your plan as you describe it is not fully developed. I suggest that you look at the small, medium or large PDI plans to get an idea of what a well rounded plan looks like.