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Take B6 and B12 Vitamin Pills


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Buy two bottles of b6 and b12 vitamins. Works wonders as a legal and somewhat healthy alternative for an upper. B6 and B12 you will find in all the energy drinks. These used to be a prayer for me before I seeked the treatment that I needed

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B12 vitamin. That's one supplement that makes my urine almost neon yellow and smelling of chocolate a couple of hours after having taken a pill of it. I have taken B12 on occasion for the energy boost is supposedly gives athletes, but I'm not sure if it ever does much for me. I have not coupled it with B6, though I'm curious to give it a try. Being an aging marathoner (I've run 28 marathons including Boston 6 times to date) who's not quite the runner I was when I started out engaging in the highly addictive sport of distance running 30 years ago, (endorphin highs, you know) I'm always trying to find that magic pill that will enable me to recapture the running days of my younger years, that is, be able to run the distances I used to run, at the same pace, and without the achy knees. I'm afraid I'll never find such a magic pill. Seems a 200 mg tablet of caffeine is the best thing I've found so far to (somewhat) reclaim my youthful running days. About the B12. Have you noticed how you can essentially take massive doses of it with evident impunity, it being a water-soluble vitamin? Some of the 2 pill dosages of some B12 tablets have skyhigh RDAs of 10000%.

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B12 vitamin. That's one supplement that makes my urine almost neon yellow and smelling of chocolate a couple of hours after having taken a pill of it. I have taken B12 on occasion for the energy boost is supposedly gives athletes, but I'm not sure if it ever does much for me. I have not coupled it with B6, though I'm curious to give it a try. Being an aging marathoner (I've run 28 marathons including Boston 6 times to date) who's not quite the runner I was when I started out engaging in the highly addictive sport of distance running 30 years ago, (endorphin highs, you know) I'm always trying to find that magic pill that will enable me to recapture the running days of my younger years, that is, be able to run the distances I used to run, at the same pace, and without the achy knees. I'm afraid I'll never find such a magic pill. Seems a 200 mg tablet of caffeine is the best thing I've found so far to (somewhat) reclaim my youthful running days. About the B12. Have you noticed how you can essentially take massive doses of it with evident impunity, it being a water-soluble vitamin? Some of the 2 pill dosages of some B12 tablets have skyhigh RDAs of 10000%.

Wow, that's an impressive resume of running. I'm glad you still run and enjoy it. I run also but a different style of interval sprinting, running, walking to train for the 3 minutes boxing rounds. I used to fight the aging process too but then just stopped trying to compete with the younger guys and do what I was able. Trying too hard would only leave me burned out or injured, so I take things more easy. It's the natural cycle I'm afraid.

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I've tried high dosages of Vitamin B complex 100's for stress relief and they made my face flush red and hands shake. Even half dosages caused bad reactions.

It's a pity, cuz I heard Vitamin B is great for hangovers. Mind you I don't drink anymore, but if I knew that a Vitamin B pill would cure my hangover, I certainly would get drunk at least once a week or so.

Hangovers from booze linger in my system for days. Uncle Ditch's liver ain't doing to well these days.

Anybody got one to sell? Give ya $15 bucks or a free night with my Brother Trub'. Take your pick....

DITCH

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OK I got serious for a post (God its not easy for me)

Sorry your liver dear Uncle is not great. I'm sure mine is enormous also. I don't want to shoot the B 50s or 100s down if they help people but they make me much worse. I take a natural B Complex that is a bit costly but does help me with stress and might possible work at restoring my totally out of whack GABA system.

I just cant stay serious.................The 15 bucks is the better deal. I'm only worth a 2 dollars.

Edit Oh I do take extra B6. Seems to help a bit with sleep for me

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Yes, its probably another case of "getting what you paid for". Not in the case of a night with you, but in buying vitamins.

I seem to always buy the cheapest synthetic ones and avoid the more expensive naturally derived ones. No wonder they usually make me feel worse than I had I not takin' them at all.

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b complex in my opinion is one of the healthiest things you can take. It helps with everything from metabolism, depression, anxiety, and fatigue

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