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B12 Folic Acid(30 ml)

Item #: D19
Your Price: $20.00
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May help in these related Health Categories
• Brain Health
• Heart
 
Summary: B12 Folic Acid
Description: Orally, folic acid is used for preventing and treating folate deficiency, megaloblastic anemia resulting from folate or vitamin B12 deficiency, megaloblastic anemia in sickle cell disease, and for folate deficiency in intestinal malabsorption or spru. It is also used for preventing neural tube defects, reducing the risk of colorectal and cervical cancer, and preventing pregnancy loss. Folic acid is also used for hyperhomocysteinmia, coronary artery disease, fragile-X syndrome, gingival hyperplasia, memory deficit, Alzheimer’s disease, age-related hearing loss, vitiligo, osteoporosis, restless leg syndrome, insomnia, depression, peripheral neuropathy, myelopathy, and AIDS. It is also used for reducing lometrexol and methotrexate toxicity, and for preventing signs of aging, heart attack, and stroke. Folic acid is also used for other conditions commonly associated with folate deficiency, including ulcerative colitis, liver disease, alcoholism, renal dialysis, and drug-induced deficiency related to phenytoin primidone, barbituates, oral contraceptives, and nitrofuantoin.
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One drop supplies:
Vitamin B12 (Pure Cobalamin Crystals..................................................24 mcg
Folic Acid..................................................400 mcg
In a base of distilled water 10% alcohol and honey.
Other Ingredients:
One drop daily under the tongue

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