Anabol Naturals, Dibencoplex 10,000, 30 Sublingual Tablets (Discontinued Item)
- Since 1983
- Dietary Supplement
- Active Coenzyme B-12
HPLC Tested: Pharmaceutical Grade
Dibencozide is an active coenzyme form of vitamin B-12. Dibencozide is required by the body to process certain amino acids through the Kreb's cycle for sustained energy. Dibencozide is critical to body protein synthesis and may support energy production during prolonged exercise.
Dibencoplex Sublingual Coenzyme B-12 dissolves under tongue and is immediately absorbed directly into your bloodsteam.
Dibencoplex is suitable for vegetarians.
Place 1 tablet under tongue daily prior to exercise, or as directed by your health care professional.
Mannitol, natural raspberry flavor, silica and magnesium stearate.
USP: Made to U.S. Pharmacopeia (USP) quality, purity and potency standards.
|Serving Size: 1 Sublingual Tablet|
|Servings Per Container: 30|
|Amount per Serving||%DV*|
|Vitamin B-12 (from 10,000 mcg Dibencozide Coenzyme)||8,600 mcg||143,333%|
|*Percent Daily Values (%DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.|
I like to take both of the coenzymated forms of B12 (methylcobalamin and dibencozide). I take methylcobalamin injections, and use these pills for the dibencozide. Overall I feel good when I'm taking both.
Consider other co-factors/synergists
Posted by Health-Is-Wealth on Jun 29, 2015
I wanted to try this as an alternative/adjunct to MethylB12. It wiped me out completely. However - I found there are other co-factors and synergists to consider, such as iodine, zinc, manganese, sulphur, niacin. Unfortunately, as it's been discontinued I cannot continue to trial it, which is a shame. If this review was helpful to you, please click YES below - thank you. For reviews of all the products I have purchased from iHerb, please click my username above.
Great Source of B12
Posted by Krisinsight on Jan 23, 2015
My last order of Anabol Natural's Dibencoplex was not to my liking as the tablets would not dissolve without chewing them up before placing it under my tongue. I then changed to an oral B12 spray sold by Mercola. When I ran out of the oral spray I decided to go back to a sublingual tablet because I was recently told that the slower your B12 dissolves the better for your body. My new bottle of Anabol Naturals is melting slowly but surely without additional mastication, so this new bottle seems perfect to me. It is slow enough to allow a small portion of B12 to be absorbed over a period of time but not so hard and dry that it won't melt at all.
Previous formulation was good
Posted by Reviewer1301066 on Apr 10, 2014
I prefer Adenosylcobalamin / Dibencozide and do not do well on methylcobalamin (energy crashes, weight gain). EDIT: replacing old review which applied to the discontinued CAPSULES, which are no longer made.
Posted by philla on Dec 30, 2013
For people with genetic issues causing low levels of vitamin b12, this is something to consider. One of very few pure adenosylcobalamin/adb12/dibencozide on the market today, it's effects are said to be maximized when taken sub-lingually (note: you might want to split the capsules and take a lower dose, esp. for beginners). Adb12 plays an important role in some enzymatic steps in both krebs cycle and nitric oxide cycle (decreasing nitrosative stress). A meager 200 mcg Boron is also OK. Be aware that your teeth and gums will temporarily get stained pinkish red from the capsules (if taken sublingually)