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Most effective Adenosylcobalamin

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by cman89, Jun 10, 2015.

  1. cman89

    cman89 Senior Member

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    What has been the most effective Dibencozide/Adenosylocbalamin you have taken? I have found great success with anabol naturals, but they seem to be dropping from the common sales sites that I used in the past. (not fun)
     
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    whodathunkit Senior Member

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    So search for it and buy it from somewhere else...
     
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    cman89 Senior Member

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    which is what I did. That was not my question mate. Come on , help me out here
     
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    Changexpert Senior Member

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    One I tried was from Seeking Health. The effect was definitely noticeable, although short-lived. The only complaint I have is that this product makes my teeth sensitivity worse. This is a general problem associated with sublingual supplements that gets worse with additives.
     
  5. Dreambirdie

    Dreambirdie work in progress

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    Good question... I want to know as well.

    The one I bought ended up having folic acid in it. :(
     
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    I am searching as well.....................I would prefer a liquid or capsules. So far metabolics adenosylcobalamin looks pretty pure without extra stuff..............it is out of the UK however.................they do ship to US but might be a little expensive.
     
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    Yeah.............some sites are discontinuing it completely.
     
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    The implication of your post seemed to be that you were having a hard time getting it. I guess I don't understand why you would switch when you can get it somewhere else fairly easily.

    Or maybe I would not have posted unhelpful replies if you'd said something like "Aside from Anabol Naturals, what's the most effective dibencozide?" ;)
     
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    Fair enough then. But no, I just am looking for cheapest, most effective, and seemingly the Source Naturals just isnt the same.
     
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    Yeah, not cool. Its good stuff. Thinking of calling the manufacturer myself.
     
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    I really like the B12 oils out of Australia - which reminds me, I should order again soon (before I run out).

    I ordered two - knowing I needed more Adenosylocbalamin and not happy with the supplements I had tried to take; One is a mixture of Methylcobalamin and Adenosylocobalamin; the other had a few more ingrediants that I wanted to try as well as those two.

    I've been impressed with the transderm oil over the sublingual (and like others - with the sensitive teeth - had issues with sublinguals).

    http://www.b12oils.com/
     
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    Interesting. So, you feel you are getting more b12 through these then?
     
  13. PennyIA

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    Yes... I experimented a bit - switching back and forth between them and the sublinguals. mind you, they aren't cheap; but I find a single dose of the oil is better than three sublinguals, which puts them right in the same cost-range anyway. And it takes five seconds to rub in vs. 3 sublinguals when I'm not eating (and I'm always eating since I can't really eat big meals) and a good 30-45 minutes to let the sublingual dissolve.

    I also experimented a bit with bigger doses since I knew my B's were out of balance as I was having trouble keeping my B12 high enough for my high-dose folate. And while it felt like I needed those bigger doses then? I really feel pretty good on a single dose now... so I'm back to normal dosing range.
     
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    cman89 Senior Member

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    Very interesting.
     
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    @PennyIA, what prevents the b12 from being damaged by UV light? I remember Fred and others talking about how b vitamins need to be protected from light…

    Also, how many doses do you get out of one 15ml bottle? And how many milligrams in each dose?

    Thanks.
     
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    It's in a solid silver colored container with a pump, so it's not exposed to the light until you are pumping it out and applying it.

    I haven't emptied a bottle yet... but I'd estimate I was getting around 60 doses per bottle. (because of a lot of skipped doses to see if I could really track improvement to it instead of just funny timing) not sure how many milligrams are in that dose, probably only 1 or 2 - but I was doing 3 - 10mg sublinguals and this definitely was more effective than that. So, at least in my experience, I felt like I was getting more out of it. Others were stating that it seemed like 1 dose was the equivalent of 5 mg sublingually... but my experience it was better than that.
     
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    are these the only 2 options that people know of for getting pure adenosylcobalamin? I've been searching but haven't found anything else. I too have the severe tooth sensitivity, but this is one supplement that actually improves my quality of life.

    Also wondering what a good source for pure hydroxycobalamin is?
     
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    @wookielove

    Well, there's the following supplement, which does not have any sweeteners or acids in it, it is just a capsule filled with a mix of both adenosylcobalamin and hydroxycobalamin.
    The only other ingredients are "Hypoallergenic plant fiber (cellulose), and a vegetarian capsule (cellulose, water)"

    "Adenosyl/Hydroxy B12" by Pure Encapsulations



    Some sites that sell it:

    http://www.professionalsupplementce...ogleshopping&gclid=CNatv97C_s4CFVQ6gQodTXEAcw

    https://www.amazon.com/Pure-Encapsu...1_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=MWGKZBVS18CQJBQ3RV4N


    I knew of another brand without sweeteners/acids, but can't remember it right now, will post again if I think of it.
     
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