Oh, I'm having a hard time understanding a few things. 1) You stated "Some b-complex components can drive the need for folate and potassium too high." Are you saying B-vitamins can result in needing higher amounts of folate and potassium?? I've been on b-complex for over a year at the following: 25 mg Thiamin 20 mg Riboflavin 50 mg Niacin 20 mg P5P 500 mcg Biotin (but I tae 500 mcg to 5000 mcg more, switching out on bottles) 150 mg Pantothenic Acid ...Yet Spectracell says I'm still borderline in P5P, Biotin, Pantothenic Acid and folate. So i've increased. But please explain. 2) Next you talk about CoQ10 shooting BP up when one gets these nutrients working well...are those "nutrients" the MeCbl, AdoCbl, methylfolate and carnitine?? I'm on such high amounts of CoQ10 that I'm curious what in the world may happen. 3) When you say your potassium need went up as you increased folate....you are saying it fell, correct?? Did you have symptoms of that fall?? I do believe that happened to me on the higher dose of folate I tried last year i.e. I didn't build up to it. 4) You stated: The symptoms that change the same day or next are usually healing symptoms. Suddenly worsening or appearing symptoms on the third day or so after a change are refeeding syndrome symptoms and need to be corrected and will respond starting in hours to enough of the right nutrient.. Heal well. I'm very unclear what is meant there by "need to be corrected". Corrected with what?? How do I know with what??