- Vitamin B12 (as methylcobalamin) – the bioactive form preferred by the body
- Vitamin C (as ascorbic palmitate) – a powerful antioxidant
- Acerola Cherry – gives this lozenge a great tasting flavor.
- Xylitol (derived from birch wood) – for improved flavor.
Does Not Contain: Gluten, grains, yeast, soy, dairy, shellfish, peanuts, tree nuts, egg, GMO’s, artificial colors, artificial sweeteners, or chemical preservatives.
How to use
Daily Use:Take One (1) Lozenge under the tongue daily, and allow it to dissolve in the mouth.
Optimal Use:Take Two(2) Lozenge under the tongue daily, and allow it to dissolve in the mouth.
High Stress Use:As directed by your health professional.
How to Use:Take the lozenge under the tongue and allow it to fully dissolve
Supplementation in children should be monitored by their pediatrician
Yes, but pregnant or nursing mothers should always consult with their health professional before supplementing.
Many people report increased energy and difficulty sleeping due to increased energy. This is typically alleviated by taking the lozenge before 4 pm.
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