Inpharm diet

Inpharm Diet is a line of Inpharm Co., which is focused on placing new, innovative formulations of dietary supplements.

MeVit B12

1000 μg B12 vitamin in one tablet

Vitamin B12 contributes to normal functioning of the nervous system, normal psychological function, and the production of erythrocytes and the functioning of the immune system.

1. Sublingual use - fast absorption, independent of digestive factors 1,2,3,4,5
• a rich web of blood vessels is sublingly present and absorption is rapid
• independent of stomach pH and presence of \"intrising\" factors
• suitable for people with impaired swallowing
2. Adequate replacement for the injection form of vitamin B12 3
• non-invasive and comfortable use
• studies show a better complication of sublingual formulation by patients
3. Methylcobalamin as the active form of vitamin B12 6
• directly usable
• does not require transformation in the body

Usage: adults and children over 12 years old: put one tablet under the tongue and let it lightly dissolve.

Package: 30 tablets
Taste: raspberries

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Kwong JC, Carr D, Dhalla IA, Tom-Kun D, Upshur RE. Oral vitamin B12 therapy in the primary care setting: a qualitative and quantitative study of patient perspectives. BMC Fam
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