Liquid Vitamin B12 Also Known As Cyanocobalamin
1. Food sources: Liver, beef, fish, dairy. The body can create Vitamin B12 in the gut if enough intestinal flora is present, but depends on the person and how the bacteria is maintained. Vegans and vegetarians may need to supplement the vitamin since the main food sources are animal products.
2. Deficiencies Include: numbing and nerve pain. Other deficiencies include abnormal gait, bone lose, chronic fatigue, constipation, depression, digestive disorders, dizziness, drowsiness, enlargement of the liver, eye disorders, hallucination, headaches, inflammation of the tongue, irritability, labored breathing, memory loss, moodiness, nervousness, neurological damage, palpitations, pernicious anemia, ringing in the ears, and spinal-cord degeneration.
3. Recommended dietary allowances (RDA) – Infants 0-6 months, 0.4 mcg; infants 7-12 months, 0.5 mcg; children 1-3 years, 0.9 mcg; children 4-8 years, 1.2 mcg; children 9-13 years, and 1.8 mcg; older children, adults, 2.4 mcg; pregnant women, 2.6 mcg; and breast-feeding women, 2.8 mcg. For vitamin B12 deficiency: between 647-1032 mcg daily.
Ingredients – Vitamin B12 from healthy bacteria and Vegetable Glycerin from palm oil (gives the product a sweet taste you will enjoy)
Recommended Use – 1 dropper (0.8mL) daily with a meal
Liquid supplements are easiest for the body to digest and assimilate as they quickly get into the blood stream for fast, effective results. Pills, capsules and tablets are hard for the body to break down, especially for a weakened digestive system. All HoneyCombs products are cold-processed and alcohol-free to keep them as close to their natural form as possible for maximum benefit. Made with the highest quality ingredients.