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B12 Sublingual Lozenges

$42.00

B12 Sublingual Lozenges

$42.00
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This supplement contains up to 100 times the amount of B12 usually found in multi B complex supplements.

Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin), along with folic acid, builds red blood cells and homocysteine levels.  B12 increases energy levels, stimulates utilization of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins, and aids with synthesis of DNA and RNA.  Intrinsic factor must be present in the stomach to allow for the absorption of B12.  Some patients do not have this factor.  However, this sublingual form of B12 bypasses any stomach problems and allows for the fast absorption of B12 and sublingual folic acid (also available on this site).

Each Product Contains

One sublingual lozenge contains:
B-12 (hydroxocobalamin) 2,000 mcg (2mg)
Mannitol                                       295 mg
Sucanat® (organic whole cane juice)    1 mg
Magnesium (C16 and C18 alkyls)          3.5mg
100% whole cherry fruit extract              2.5mg

Suggested Daily Use

We have patients reporting increased energy and concentration when taking as much as 8 to 12 tablets each day (by report).

Suggested daily use is several tablets each day along with one drop of Folirinse (listed above) per B-12 tablet.  Place the B12 tablet under the tongue and allow the tablet to dissolve slowly.

Scientific Reference

Sun Y, et al. Effectiveness of vitamin B12 on diabetic neuropathy:systemic review of clinical controlled trials. Acta Neurol Taiwan. 2005 Jun;14:48-54.
Quinlivan EP, et al. Importance of both folic acid and vitamin B12 in reduction of risk of vascular disease. Lancet. 2002;359:227-8.
Kikuchi M, et al. Protective effects of methylcobalamin, a vitamin B12 analog, against glutamate-induced neurotoxicity in retinal cell culture. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 1997;38:848-54.

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