Happy new year! I have been using for a while Solgar's methylcobalin "nuggets", which tastes good and seems effective. http://www.iherb.com/Solgar-Subling...US&w=solgar b12 sublingual&rc=82&sr=null&ic=1 I have read in Freddd's post and others that sublingual tablets should be dissolved very slowly (30-40 minutes) while Solgar's nuggets take 1 or 2 minutes max to fully vanish under the tongue. I am wondering if this is a real problem and why Solgar would commercialize a product that might be ineffective. Personally I don't have evidence that it's less efficacious, I have also tried other brands that take much longer to dissolve and the "reaction" to the methyl b12 was very similar for the same dosage. 1000mcg used to make me nervous and jittery when I first started, and the effect was the same regardless the product's brand. Now I am moving to higher dosages so I was wondering if, maybe, there's an absorption issue with fast dissolving tablets with higher dosages (2.5-5.0mg) What is your experience?