- Q: Why does Vitamin B12 Energy Booster* Spray contain methylcobalamin? Most of the B12 I see in stores is cyanocobalamin.
A: Even though cyanocobalamin B12 appears to be the most popular form of B12 in supplements, I don't believe it's the most effective. Studies suggest that methylcobalamin:
Q: Why is Vitamin B12 Energy Booster* not a capsule or tablet?
- May be better utilized and retained in your body.*
- Is the active form of vitamin B12 and may have some applications not shared by other forms of the vitamin.*
- Is already in the active coenzyme form naturally found in your body and doesn't need to go through the conversion process.*
A: Many people have difficulty swallowing pills. Vitamin B12 Energy Booster* Spray provides an easy and efficient way to get vitamin B12 since you simply spray it in your mouth.
Q: How much vitamin B12 can I take in one day? Can I take too much?
A: I recommend 6 sprays of my Vitamin B12 Energy Booster* Spray per day. However, there are no known side effects from taking more.
It is, in my opinion, always best to take a balanced approach and to make sure you're including good sources of other B vitamins in your diet, too, such as biotin, thiamine, riboflavin, and niacin.
Q: Can I take vitamin B12 at night or in the evening?
A: If you experience sleep difficulties, try taking vitamin B12 during the day. B12 plays an important role in melatonin production.* As you age, your body becomes less efficient at producing enough melatonin, so taking B12 during the day can potentially support your melatonin production at night.*
Every person is different. Some people find vitamin B12 energizes them at night if taken before bedtime while others find it helps them sleep.*
Q: Where does vitamin B12's bright red color come from?
A: Vitamin's bright red color comes from the mineral cobalt. Cobalt sits at the core of the B12 molecule, and is responsible for the other name B12 is often known as: cobalamin.