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Max dose of Adocbl?

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by sflorence, May 30, 2016.

  1. sflorence

    sflorence Senior Member

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    Curious as to what people have dosed their adocbl at.

    I couldn't even tolerate 1mg at the start, but now my body is asking for upwards of 25mg daily currently.

    Haven't really seen to much gain from increasing my dosage of adocbl, though.
     
  2. PeterPositive

    PeterPositive Senior Member

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    Same here, I struggled initially and after many months I was able to push it up to 8-10mg/ day. Since I don't see particular benefits beyond 4-5mgs I stuck with a lower dose.
     
  3. CCC

    CCC Senior Member

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    Same here, too.

    We tried starting with aB12, but the nausea was terrible. After getting going with mB12, we eventually worked up to two slurps of a+mB12 oil, plus up to 86mg of aB12 per day (okay, so that was an extreme, one-off day). No one could explain this huge demand. It's now declined to just a single slurp of a+mB12 oil.
     
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  4. sflorence

    sflorence Senior Member

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    Thanks for the response CCC. When you say "slurp", you aren't implying of drinking the oil, right?

    Just placed an order for the b12 oils.

    I am now doing 40mg of adocbl and noticing some decent responses.

    Did you feel much better after supplementing adocbl? And at those doses?
     
  5. CCC

    CCC Senior Member

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    Too right - wouldn't be drinking the stuff :ill::depressed::oops:

    And yes, the improvement is real. The hit of a sublingual (or 2, or 3 or 10) is instant, and the overall baseline seems to very very, very slowly improving. Some days the oil is enough.
     

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