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Active B-12 Dibencozide

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Item:
CRL404
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Size:
3,000 mcg 60 Lozenges
Vegan
Vegetarian
Gluten Free
Kosher
  • Sublingual B12 lozenges

  • With folic acid

  • Vegan formula

Country Life Active B-12 Dibencozide promotes energy in a convenient lozenge formula. In this formula, the most active coenzyme form of B-12, Dibencozide, is combined with Folic Acid, its natural partner for maximum-bioavailability. Does not contain: yeast, wheat, soy, gluten, milk, salt, starch, preservatives, artificial flavor or artificial color.

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Supplement Facts

Serving Size 1 lozenge

  Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Folic Acid 200 mcg 50%
Vitamin B-12 (as coenzyme B-12)(dibencozide) 3,000 mcg 50,000%

Other Ingredients: Sorbitol, stearic acid, cellulose, silica, magnesium stearate.

Directions: Adults take one (1) lozenge daily.

No: Yeast, wheat, soy, gluten, milk, salt, sugar, starch, preservatives, artificial flavor or artificial color.

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Customer Ratings & Reviews

Active B-12 Dibencozide 3.8 5 4 4
A good substitute We ordered this because my husband was just diagnosed with being allergic to cobalt. This is the only B12 we could find that he could take and it works, too! May 23, 2013
works great for me I get noticeable results from this supplement. Definitely worth trying if you're not getting results with methylcobalamin. May 19, 2012
Very helpful Methylcobalamin is the most common b12, but adenosylcobalamin (dibencozide) is the other active form used in the body. If methyl b12 does not work for you, then this may be helpful as in my case I'm not able to effectively convert methyl b12 to adenosyl b12. I would give a overall rating of 5, but I will give 4 as I would prefer the natural 'folate' vs. folic acid. August 7, 2011
Not stable Dibencozide is not a stable form of B-12, it can break down in storage. March 22, 2011
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