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Reddit mentions of Super B-Complex – Methylated Sustained Release B Complex & Vitamin C, Folate & Methylcobalamin, Vegan, 60 Small Tablets

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We found 6 Reddit mentions of Super B-Complex – Methylated Sustained Release B Complex & Vitamin C, Folate & Methylcobalamin, Vegan, 60 Small Tablets. Here are the top ones.

Super B-Complex – Methylated Sustained Release B Complex & Vitamin C, Folate & Methylcobalamin, Vegan, 60 Small Tablets
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  • HIGH STRENGTH, SUPER ABSORBABLE B complex vitamins including thiamine (B1), Riboflavin-5-phosphate (B2), Niacinamide (flush free Niacin - B3), Calcium D-pantothenate (B5), D-Biotin (B7) & Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate (Vit B6)
  • METHYLATED VITAMIN FORMS that the body utilises immediately: bioavailable folate as methylfolate & methylcobalamin (Vit B12) - no poorly absorbed cyanocobalamin
  • SUSTAINED RELEASE provides all-day nutrient coverage and twice daily dosing optimises B12 levels
  • INTENSIVE HEALTH SUPPORT for energy metabolism, the immune and hormonal systems, homocysteine regulation, nutrient metabolism, heart function, psychological function
  • GMP MANUFACTURED IN THE USA. Vegetarian & Vegan. MTHFR friendly (no synthetic folic acid). Small tablets (9mm)
Height3.4251968469 Inches
Length1.968503935 Inches
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Size60 Count (Pack of 1)
Weight0.0428578637328 Pounds
Width1.968503935 Inches

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Found 6 comments on Super B-Complex – Methylated Sustained Release B Complex & Vitamin C, Folate & Methylcobalamin, Vegan, 60 Small Tablets:

u/LimbicLogic · 66 pointsr/JordanPeterson

Hey mate, you're talking about what looks like pretty clear major depression. You're in good hands going to a psychologist (meaning this person has a PhD as opposed to an MA like a counselor, meaning they're more likely to know their shit -- and I say this as a contemptuous counselor regarding his profession), and a psychiatrist will put you on one of a few different antidepressants, like an SSRI or SNDRI. However, it's important to have a comprehensive medical ruleout for things like low testosterone, hypothyroidism, and nutrient deficiencies, like B12 and folate, both of which are hugely important for mood and energy. (Don't be surprised if your psychiatrist has no idea about these areas given how far behind doctors can be with the research -- 17 years on average.) If you know of any doctors who do functional or integrative medicine, this would be the place to look as well.

You might even consider ordering a fancier B-complex which includes methylated B12 and folate, like this. Also check out my post on the many non-psychological factors that influence depression. I highly recommend Stephen Ilardi's book, The Depression Cure, which goes into more detail about nonpharmacological treatments for depression, as well as Young and Klosko's Reinventing Your Life, which looks at psychological issues at a schema level, i.e., at a deep level of belief that can get activated at different times leading to different emotional and behavioral states. You can find the entire book here. Read the first five chapters and take the questionnaire in chapter two, then any schemas you rate highly on in the individual chapters by the same name.

u/thefragile7393 · 3 pointsr/Nootropics

Look for ones listed with methylated B vitamins. This one I use...I think it’s good but there could be better ones out there.

u/blablabla1984 · 2 pointsr/Supplements

You know you can buy supplement methy B12 and folate ? I wouldn't inject anything I bought off the internet especially china.

Getting from a steroid website would be safer than China as those are peer reviewed on eroids.com

I'd stick with supplement methyl B complex rather than inject. Besides it isn't fat soluble so you'll only piss out anything your body doesn't use that day.

I have the MTHFR gene mutation so have issues with B12 so I take a methyl B complex and my sister has a deficiency despite taking regular b complex so I just got some for her too.


u/toodleoo57 · 2 pointsr/MTHFR

I'm not reading your post as rambling at all, actually, as it's quite specific to my interests! I also have been diagnosed with inattentive type ADHD which I've really struggled with, and symptoms I'd describe as similar to yours. Lack of motivation with a big side helping of anxiety, in my case. I wasn't able to tolerate any of the medications suggested by my P-doc, even Strattera which they give little kids. Reactions ranged from insomnia to personality changes to severe depression to, in one case a 103 degree fever! Go figure. I've had some luck with hemp oil, but sure wish I'd known I have essentially the worst case scenario for COMT mutations before I got onto the merry go round.

I don't want to get your hopes up, but I've been taking methylfolate for a couple of weeks now, a smallish dose still to be sure I could tolerate it (this is what I'm taking.) Yesterday I started supplementing with this SAM-e and.... the wire chewing feeling and dizziness (probably from hunger) went away and I feel really good! I'm noticing improvements in energy level and alertness, mostly. I'm afraid to get my own hopes up because I've had so many problems with medications generally but if this works without intolerable side effects it's going to be a life changer.

Drop me a PM or @ me here any time if you want to compare notes. I'm cutting the pills in half b/c I'm so sensitive to meds generally but hope to increase the dose before long. I'm taking 100 mg of SAM-e for now.

Update: Had to discontinue sam-E because I developed severe insomnia, and I suspect it made my PMDD worse. Also, vestibular migraines kicked up which may be a result of whatever was going on with my hormones. Will update in another month with whether I'm still having PMDD/migraine issues for any women who may try this stuff.

u/WilhemBB · 2 pointsr/tinnitus

I know! I was a little sceptical but I really think it's due to the B-complex. I don't know for sure but I can't do any harm. After all the B vitamins help with the nervous system, right? I'm gonna buy it again and try to update.

This is the one, it's says take two tablets but I just take one: https://www.amazon.com/Super-B-Complex-Methylated-Vitamins-Methylcobalamin/dp/B01787EPEE/ref=sr_1_3_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1536008531&sr=8-3&keywords=igennus+super+b+complex&dpID=41j6dP0iqfL&preST=_SY300_QL70_&dpSrc=srch

u/giletbet · 1 pointr/Supplements


8 hours of sleep and compound exercises like push-ups and pull-ups.