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Source Naturals Dibencozide

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

  1. Ewa

    Ewa

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    After reading about vit B and methylation I decided to try it and go with Fredds protocol.
    While searching and trying to order supplements I found this review on Source Naturals Dibencozide:
    http://www.iherb.com/product-review...ncozide-Coenzymated-B-12-60-Tablets/2454/?p=1

    Is it true?
    Should I ignore it?

    Also, I was diagnose with CIRS / biotoxin ilness and have really bad POTS.
    I wonder if methylation can be enough for removing biotoxins.
    Do you know any success story about recovering from POTS using methylation protocol?

    Thanks,
    Ewa
     
  2. PeterPositive

    PeterPositive Senior Member

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    No, not true. The label is correct.
    Dibencozide is just another name for Adenosyl-B12. The product does not contain methyl-B12.
    I have been taking quite a lot of these lozenges. They are fine.

    cheers
     
  3. ahmo

    ahmo Senior Member

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    My sense is that you'll need to do some deliberate detox procedures. Methylation will help the process, and detox will likely help w/ methylation.

    I found this basic info re POTS really helpful. There's a prompt on right side for pdf. I now feel that I have POTS-lite. Treating it as though it's a mast cell issue, using mast cell stabilizing royal jelly and mangosteen, has helped.
     
  4. Ewa

    Ewa

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    Thanks.
    Good to know.
     
  5. DonnaMaree

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    Hi Ewa,
    I left that review on iHerb and IT IS TRUE! That is the response that I got via email from their customer service. They also said "If you are not happy with the product send it back and we will refund." Can you refund me the 6 months that I experimented with it???? That is the only review I have ever left for a product and I did so because I was really upset that Source Naturals would not disclose that on the product. Here I was for months trying to get the balance of B12 right, only to find that I wasn't taking ANY Adenosyl!!.

    Donna (Australia)
     
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  6. Ewa

    Ewa

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    Thanks Donna.
     
  7. PeterPositive

    PeterPositive Senior Member

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    I am not sure I follow this.
    Why would Source Naturals sell methyl-cobalamin as Dibencozide when they already sell methyl-cobalamin in various dosages?

    I have used their Dibencozide for a few years and even from experience I can tell you that it is not metyl-B12, the effect is pretty different.

    It sounds like there must have been a misunderstanding maybe?
     
  8. alicec

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    I have had a similar experience with this product and also wonder if there is some misunderstanding.

    I looked on the Source Naturals website to see if it offered more information than is present on the bottle. It made this statement.

    This is a description of the function of adenosylB12, NOT methylB12.

    I would be happier if they actually stated adenosylcobalamin somewhere, but still, dibencozide is the accepted name for this form of B12.

    I tried to send an email asking for further clarification but the link wasn't working. I may try again later.
     
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