The 12th Invest in ME Research Conference June, 2017, Part 2
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adB12 - High, Then low

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by sflorence, Apr 2, 2016.

  1. sflorence

    sflorence Senior Member

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    Hi all.

    I am on the FREDDD protocol, and I introduced adb12 last week.

    adb12 makes me feel "high" most all day long, and then the next morning I feel a crash. Like I am hungover. And it lasts until 4pm.

    Any thoughts? I am on 1/8 of a 10mg source naturals tablet, daily.

    Thanks
    -Stefan
     
  2. CCC

    CCC Senior Member

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    My first thought was it might be too much for you. Some people have to crush the tablet then tale just a crumb from the tip of a toothpick and slowly build up.

    My second thought is that you might need to stay with the methylB12 a bit longer before moving to adoB12 - that was our experience. It turns out we have a massive need for adoB12, and it was the toughest one to start on.

    It's also a massive balancing act between methylB12, adoB12 and methylfolate. We've also recently added FMN (a form of B2).

    You might want to check these posts
    • Adenosylcobalamin - Gorilla in the room
    • Poll: Freddd's B-12 (this has Fredd's latest list of symptoms for the delicate balance between those basic supplements on the first page of the thread - it's an important goto list).
     
  3. sflorence

    sflorence Senior Member

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    thanks. I will back down even further.
     
  4. CCC

    CCC Senior Member

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    If you look through the B12 hidden story mega-thread, one person called @winston had a lot of trouble with adoB12. It was her posts and Freddd's responses that really helped us and set us back onto methylB12 and stabilising that before starting the adoB12. Perhaps search for her posts in that thread?

    Do keep us posted on your progress. The b-balancing act can be tricky.
     

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