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  1. cat65

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    I have not posted here in awhile, but I have one question. Is is normal to get a nician rush from taking one B-right on an empty stomach? My skin was bright red and very itchy and hot.
     
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    Probably depends on how many you took. Just one has only 25mg of niacin and that is a very small amount to maybe cause flushing. Everyone is different so it's possible. Did you just start taking them or have taken for a while?
     
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    If you're deficient in B3/niacin then that might happen. B Right also has 100 mg of niacinamide which supposed to be "flush free" so I don't know if that factored in or not.
     
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    B Right was taken off Freddd's list a long time ago. I forget which thing it has which isn't good for us.
     
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    Because it has folic acid. Otherwise it would be a great b complex.
     
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    Thanks, I know b-right was taking off the protocol but I still have 1/2 a bottle so I thought I would just finish it. I don't think I have a problem with folic acid. I have been trying to figure this b12 thing out for long years now. To honest the only vit/sup. that I have taken that made a difference or that I could actually feel a difference was Jarrow's methly. I know that is not on the protocol anymore either, I think. I take b fusion now. I just had two iron fusions so my iron is up but I still get sooooo tired and the muscles in my thighs still get the feeling that the blood has been drained out of them everytime I walk up a flight of staris. I am about to give up and just live with the fatigue.
     
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    The quality of Jarrow's methylcobalamin has dropped for some reason. Enzymatic Therapy is said to be one of the best. Solgar and Bluebonnet make 5 mg sublinguals. I'm not sure if they're as good as ET, but since they're 5 mg they might be a better value. AOR makes a 5 mg and also a 15 mg.
     

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