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Sublingual B-right?

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by jammies, Oct 7, 2013.

  1. jammies


    Hi everyone;

    I am trying to get a low dose of B vitamins including a little methyB12 to go along with the methylfolate and AdB12 I am taking. But too much methylB12 gives me anxiety.

    So, I have been trying to open up a Jarrow B-Right capsule and put a little sprinkle under my tongue in the morning. Of course, it doesn't taste great, but I can manage that.

    I am wondering if any of those vitamins can do any harm to me by putting them under my tongue?

  2. fozzaw


    No, they generally absorb a lot better sublingually. The fillers do interfere with sublingual absorption a surprisingly large degree (my experience with mb12 and quatrefolic, with trials comparing cellulose to tiny amounts of glycine or magnesium lactate as filler).

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