Vitamin B12 Benefits

B12 Benefits of a Sublingual B12
The nutrients of a Sublingual B12 contains more B12 than the average B12 dose.
Plus, it has two major forms of B12.

There are two forms of vitamin B12:

Cyanocobalamin resides in your nerves where it heals the scars created by stress,
trauma, vitamin deficiency, toxins and just plain time. This gives you energy and stamina.
Cyanocobalamin may also promote nitric oxide production, which helps increase oxygen and
nutrients to the brain.

Methylcobalamin is a bio-available (body ready) form of Vitamin B12. This nutrient is
immediately used by the body, whereas other forms of B12, such as those from food sources,
may take up to three weeks to be absorbed. Methylcobalamin is the primary nutrient that helps
the body detoxify certain environmental toxins, such as mercury and lead.

Vitamin B-6

Vitamin B-6 helps your body break down protein and form red blood cells.
B-6 is also critical to the formation of neurotransmitters – the chemicals that allow the brain
to perform its high-level functions, such as thinking. Neurotransmitters help a person feel better
(especially under stress).

Folic Acid

Folic acid plays a role in the production of red blood cells and helps lower homocysteine.
Folic acid has been shown to help improve mood and also plays a key role in fetal health.

Ginseng

Ginseng helps to improve mental function – especially under stress. Ginseng is an “adaptogen.”
Adaptogens help you resist the effects of stress. Ginseng helps a person concentrate longer,
and do more complex and complicated tasks while resisting stress and performing better mentally.
It also improves memory and your general sense of well-being. It works with Vitamin B12 to help
elevate energy levels and promote energy you can feel.

Cocosin

Cocosin supports the role of the B vitamins – enhancing mental energy by providing the foundational
minerals upon which brain enzymes are built.

L-Ornithine Alphaketogluterate

An essential amino acid and key component for stimulating growth hormone production which helps
to slow down the aging of the brain.

Biotin

This B vitamin is required to properly metabolize the B12 you take. Without biotin, the B12 would
simply pass through your body. The B vitamins work together to complete metabolism, produce energy,
and help with many other processes needed for the health of your heart, liver, lungs, nerves, brain
and more.

Everyone needs vitamin B, just make sure that you consume the right type.

Remember, Your Health Matters.