Naka B12 Sublingual Drops 1000mcg

Vitamin B12 Sublingual Drops provide instant bioavailability of this superior methylcobalamin form. These drops are easy to take and have a delicious natural berry flavour to ensure you’re getting your daily dose of B12. Vitamin B12 supports energy metabolism, adrenal function, helps maintain a healthy nervous system and helps to prevent megaloblastic anemia with the formation of healthy red blood cells. Taking B12 Sublingual Drops increases absorption through the blood vessels in the mouth, making it ideal for seniors and those who may have trouble absorbing the vitamin from the stomach.

$24.69

100 ml

Description

Vitamin B12 Sublingual Drops provide instant bioavailability of this superior methylcobalamin form. These drops are easy to take and have a delicious natural berry flavour to ensure you’re getting your daily dose of B12. Vitamin B12 supports energy metabolism, adrenal function, helps maintain a healthy nervous system and helps to prevent megaloblastic anemia with the formation of healthy red blood cells. Taking B12 Sublingual Drops increases absorption through the blood vessels in the mouth, making it ideal for seniors and those who may have trouble absorbing the vitamin from the stomach.

Benefits

  • Sublingual B12
  • Methylcobalamin Formula
  • Instant Bioavailability
  • GMO & Gluten Free
  • Vegan

 

Additional information

Size

100 ml

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Ingredients:
Each Serving: 5 Drops (0.16ml) Contains:
Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin) 1000mcg
Non-Medicinal Ingredients: Stevia rebaudiana leaf, Natural mixed berry flavour, Vegetable glycerin, Malic acid, Potassium sorbate, Purified water. Contains no added gluten, artificial colours, nuts, eggs, animal products, dairy products, fish or shellfish, soy, corn, wheat or yeast.
Non GMO, Gluten Free and Vegan.
Directions:
Adults & Adolescents (9 years and older): Take 5 drops 1 time per day under tongue. Shake well before use.
Cautions:
Keep out of the reach of children. For freshness, store in a cool and dry place.

VITAMIN B-12

B-12 is required for digestion, fertility and the normal growth and development of all cells. B12 is a water-soluble B vitamin. Deficiencies of B12 may not be seen for several years because the body can store up to 5 years worth of this vitamin. There are several forms of B12 including cyanocobalamin and methylcobalamin. B12 is required in areas where there is high cell turnover, for example the gastrointestinal tract, bone marrow and nervous system. Thus B12 has been used for the treatment of neurological diseases like multiple sclerosis and depression.

Anemia is a lack of the oxygen carrying ability of red blood cells. B12 regulates blood cell production, with folic acid. Lack of B12 leads to types of anemia where the red blood cells look too large, macrocytic, under the microscope. Supplementing sublingually with B12 reverses this type of anemia. B12 is required for digestion, fertility and the normal growth and development of all cells. It enhances learning and memory, and normalizes sleep patterns.

All of the B vitamins work together and are best used by the body in a B complex, which is why many B complex supplements include a small dose of B12 in them. Most B vitamins are water-soluble and any extra from large doses is flushed out of the body easily, therefore it’s best to take lower dosages of the B complex several times a day than one larger dose. Spray or sublingual forms of B vitamins are easily absorbed, as are capsules – if your digestion is healthy, then the tablet form is usually suitable for most people.

If additional supplementation of B12 is needed it can be taken in addition to a B complex. Deficiency of intrinsic factor in the stomach results in the inability of the body to absorb B12. Sublingual formulas are available and are absorbed in the mouth, thereby eliminating the need for intrinsic factor. Methylcobalamin is a form of B12 that is available as a supplement and is easier for the body to use than cyanocobalamin.

B12 is depleted by sedatives, estrogen, oral contraceptives and alcohol. Anti-gout medication, anti-coagulants and potassium supplements block the absorption of B12. Vegetarians that do not consume eggs or dairy products require B12 supplementation. Diets high in protein require more B12 intake.

VITAMIN B12– QUICK FACTS

FOOD SOURCES
Clams, eggs, herring, kidney, liver, mackerel, dairy products, seafood, sea vegetables, nutritional yeast.

DEFICIENCY SYMPTOMS
Anemia, bone loss, fatigue, constipation, depression, dizziness, enlarged liver, eye disorders, memory loss, neurological damage, heart palpitations.

OPTIMUM DOSAGE
1000 mcg daily. May be given as an injection by a health professional. (Clinical doses may be higher as recommended by your practitioner.

WORKS WELL WITH
Vitamin B complex, folic acid, vitamin A, vitamin, C, vitamin E, calcium.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
The elderly and anyone with impaired digestion are prone to a deficiency of B vitamins, especially B12. There is no toxicity associated with B12

Disclaimer: The information and product descriptions appearing on this website are for information purposes only, and are not intended to provide or replace medical advice to individuals from a qualified health care professional. Consult with your physician if you have any health concerns, and before initiating any new diet, exercise, supplement, or other lifestyle changes.

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