05-15-2005, 09:18 PM #1
methylcobalamin (methylated b-12)
Everything I've read from over almost a couple dozen sources says methylcobalamin is superior to the more common cyanocobalamin (sp?) form of b-12. I don't think I've read anything from either studies, doctors, or users that differs on that point.
I've been searching, though, and can't find any source of injectable methylcobalamin. I can find lozenges in wildly different dosages, but no injectables.
2 questions: First, how to get injectable methylcobalamin.
Second: I've also read a number of things saying that lozenges are as good as injections for b-12. I wonder about this since I've taken 3 different oral forms (no lozenges) of b-12 at one point or another and had no noticible effects. Any thoughts on the lozenges vs. injections?
05-18-2005, 01:00 AM #2
05-18-2005, 04:05 PM #3
do a google search for Vet b-12
05-18-2005, 07:16 PM #4
I did a while back... it was all the old kind... cyanocobalomin or something like that. All the studies I read about said the methyl kind was vastly superior.
Is there a methyl vet kind?
05-23-2006, 01:00 PM #5New Member
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You can get Methyl B12 at www.innovative-research.net
Its 40.00 for 30ml.
The reason you can't find it on most Vet sites is there is no signifigant value to animals to have Methyl B-12. The Methyl deals more with the Neurological aspect of B-12.
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