Cardiovascular Research Ltd., Ecological Formulas, Allithiamine (Vitamin B1), 50 mg, 250 Capsules (Discontinued Item)
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- Dietary Supplement
Allithiamine contains a special form of vitamin B1 and other nutritional co-factors that are naturally-occurring in garlic.
Take one or two capsules per day, or as directed by a physician.
Gelatin, microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide.
This formula is free of corn, soy, yeast, wheat, phenol or other common food or chemical allergens.
|Serving Size: 1 Capsule|
|Servings Per Container: 250|
|Amount Per Serving||%Daily Value*|
|Thiamine (TTFD) (as thiamin tetrahydrofurfuryl disulfide)||50 mg||2467%|
|Calcium (as dicalcium phosphate)||75 mg||8%|
|Phosphorus (as dicalcium phosphate)||58 mg||6%|
|* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
** Daily Value not established.
The "Read-More-Reviews--Here" concluded that allithiamine, a disulfide derivative of vitamin B-1 or thiamine, is "foul" because the "foul" taste persisted for some time. Yes, no wonder it persisted in her/him for a long time. Take a look at how many things this person tries and reviews. It is no wonder that allithiamine's tasted foul to this person who takes everything but 'essence of kitchen sink' and has reviews that span ten pages. This person obviously has gastroparesis that is supplement induced. Allithiamine if taken properly (with sips of water before and after taking it) in an individual who does not obviously have gastroparesis does not taste "foul" or persist in the stomach for a long time. Allithiamine is a form of vitamin B-1 that both crosses the bilipid layer separating the inside and outside of the cell AND crosses the blood brain barrier. It can be very useful in the treatment of centrally driven (i.e., brain driven) severe snoring. If one has gastroparesis whereby food and pills persist in the stomach for a LONG time, then this disulfide derivative of vitamine B-1 can taste "foul". It also can taste bad if one plunks three capsules into a dry mouth and does not wash it down promptly with water. Allitiamine can be an alternative to Benfotiamine, another fat soluble derivative of thiamine that DOES NOT, unlike Allithiamine, cross the blood brain barrier.
Foul. I threw it away - it was *that* awful to take. Think nasty artificial garlic-flavoured cough medicine that you end up 'tasting' all day or something (opposite end of the spectrum from yummy roasted garlic etc). Won't buy again and wouldn't recommend. 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.