What is B12? It is actually not a vitamin and is a bacteria by-product from the earth and soil. Here are some common sources
- Soil and Unwashed Garden vegetables
- Raw Aloe Vera
- Nutritional Yeast
Why Take This Vitamin B12?
- It is sub-lingual tincture-based with easy to use graduated dropper – highest absorbability – easy to administer, even for kids
- The vegetable glycerin is derived from Organic Mustard Seed
- It has Supercharged Trace Minerals to our product making the B12 more bioavailable.
- Supports the nerve’s health and regeneration
- Supports controlling inflammation
- Helps lower neuropathy
- Reducers the risk of macular degeneration
- Supports Bone Loss and Prevents Osteoporosis
- Improves overall energy
- Prevents Anemia since it supports building white blood cells
- It is used sub-lingually and more efficient than most B12 supplements
- Especially suited for vegetarians and vegans but good for all
The best way is to take it sublingually as a tincture since it is absorbed directly into the bloodstream and not burned up while traveling through the digestive tract.
- Hold under the tongue or swish for 30 seconds to optimize absorption.
Proper Vitamin B12 – It Should have these 3 types – Included in this Product
- Methylcobalamin – This B12 has a higher retention rate in the body. It also supports people with a methylation issue.
- Adenosylcobalamin – This is actually the most abundant B12 in the body and tissues as well as food.
- Hydroxocobalmamin – It can rapidly enter the mitochondria.
Traditional B12 including B12 shots which can have excessive doses, usually contain synthetic cyanocobalamin. This type can cause potassium deficiencies and even muscle cramps and irregular heart rhythms. Additionall, a by-product is cyanide. Cyanocobalamin has to go through an additional step to be processed. It is transformed into hydroxocobalamin and adenosylcobalamin. Why not go direct and bypass the synthetic cobalamin
Best way is to take it sublingually as a tincture since it is absorbed directly into bloodstream and not burned up while traveling through the digestive tract.
TESTING FOR YOURSELF
I recommend testing your B12 with your regular bloodwork. Additionally, also include a Methylmalonic Acid (MMA) Test too which verifies actual effectiveness of B12 in the body. It may look like your levels are good but it may not be optimized.
My patient had tingling, pins and needles sensations and neuropathy symptoms. Her B12 levels allegedly were OK. I said we should still use this B12 supplement anyway. Her neuropathy symptoms subsided.