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Nausea with B12

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by danceintherain, Jun 21, 2015.

  1. danceintherain

    danceintherain

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    I just tried adeno B12 under the inner lip and after only a few minutes I began having nausea and a headache came on as well. I looked at the ingredients after it kept getting worse, and saw it has sweetener and flavoring. Are there any that don't? I am very sensitive to sweeteners in particular. the only sweet things I eat are honey and fresh/frozen fruit.
     
  2. Lynn_M

    Lynn_M Senior Member

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    The B12 oil product from b12oils.com is applied transdermally and rubbed on the skin. One of their oils is a adeno/methyl B12 combination. There are no sweeteners or flavorings in it; they are not needed because of its transdermal nature.
     
  3. danceintherain

    danceintherain

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    Thank you so much! Do you know if the oils work as well as the tablets?
     
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    Lynn_M Senior Member

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    The biochemist developer of B12oils says they are comparable in effectiveness to subcutaneous injections, and perhaps even better because there is a more consistent delivery of B12 to the blood stream, rather than peaks and valleys.

    I have been using a once daily dose of the adeno/methyl B12 oils for over two years, and my urinary MMA test result is at the median level. I been tested as deficient in B12 in a SpectraCell micronutrient test prior to starting to use the B12 oil, while I was still using a sublingual B12. I needed to stop using sublinguals because of the damage to my teeth.

    Other transdermal products on the market are not comparable to the b12oils product.
     
  5. PeterPositive

    PeterPositive Senior Member

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    I've tried the oils only a couple times and they seem very effective.
    1 spray of the methyl-B12 is "only" 0.75mg but it seems to have stronger effect than a 5mg sublingual...
     
  6. danceintherain

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    Do you still just use the methylfolate tablets? Or is there a transdermal folate as well? If not, you use the tablets at the same time as you apply the oil, or start before-hand, to give the folate time to absorb?
     
  7. PeterPositive

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    No, I don't know of any transdermal folate products.
    So yes, I keep taking Metafolin orally and I take them approximately at the same time (folate and B12 oil).

    cheers
     

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