Thorne Research, Methylcobalamin, 60 Veggie Caps
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2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2015119 on Jun 06, 2011
Recommended by my GP I found they help with menopausal muscle aches and pains and also helps to keep me a better mood spot!
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Posted by Reviewer2001414 on Sep 17, 2010
Quality source. Please maintain availability. As always, any price improvement would be appreciated.
Biolic and good for me
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by 5593064195271795149 on Dec 18, 2014
This is the only B12 you need! Stay away from the poison, called cyancoballamin.
Thorne Research Methylcobalamin
Posted by Reviewer2414050 on Aug 15, 2011
I take this in conjunction with L-Methylfolate and although I have MTHFR Deficiency w/tetrahydrobiopterin Deficiency and mastocytic enterocolitis, there's no doubt I'm absorbing it. It makes a big difference in my mobility, pain levels and muscle tension (-).
love Thorne Research products!
Posted by Reviewer2285364 on Dec 07, 2011
"Methylcobalamin" form of B12 is the "natural" form to be taken...not "Cyanacobalamin"....Thorne has a great reputation for purity..great price here!