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Vitamins for lung health

I just want to ask, what vitamins should I take to make my lungs healthy and strong? ## Hi Douglas, According to an article by 'Livestrong', evidence for the case of taking vitamins for lung health is reportedly inconclusive, however, some studies point to potential beneficial effects from taking vitamins A, B-6, C, D & E. On the other hand, taking too much of certain vitamins may be counterproductive. Concluding my investigation, eating plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables (for an array of phytonutrients) is a key component to maintaining healthy lung function throughout one's life; & in my opinion, can be even better than taking supplements with isolated vitamins. I hope this helps!

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WHICH BRAND TABLET IS BEST FOR VITAMIN B12 DEFICIENCY

WHICH HAS BEST CHEMICAL CONTENT FOR B12 DEFICIENCY ## Well, I wouldn't use the term 'Chemical Content' exactly, but the FORM of Vitamin B12 that is best, according to some sources, is called Methylcobalamin B12. If you are having any neurologic problems, then Methylcobalamin is really a MUST- and there are some other benefits of Methylcobalamin. But it is a bit more expensive and if cost is an issue and you don't have neurologic problems, then any one is fine. Usually the least expensive brand is in the form of Cyanocobalamin. ## i feel numbness in my hands and feet every time i wake up in the morning. what would you suggest the best brand for a vitamin b supplement. thanks. ## Dear Sir My brother is sufferring from Leukemia since 4years. He is on medication. Now he is a...

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false positive for thc - I DO NOT USE DRUG....

Tested positive for THC on a urine test. I need this to enter school. I never have used any drugs. I am currently on Naproxin 500 twice a day, B-6 100 mg. twice a day, and Sulfazaline 500 mg twice a day, for arthritis. One of these medications must be causing this. I do not live with nor socialize with anyone that does drugs. I took a blood test the following day, but do not know the results yet... so much rides on the results that I am nervous. ## I also took a test today and my levels for thc were on there. I do occasionally smoke but haven't in over a month. Why would I go to jail for damn cannabis? I did take aleve which is naproxen the night before, and in a new survey found somewhere on this site it said that naproxen CAN cause a false positive. I might be able to find the act...

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Green Round Pill Apo B 6

It is a round light green pill no imprints on one side and the other side has a light line across the middle and says APO on the top and B - 6 on the bottom. ## From what I could gather, a green, round, flat-faced, bevelled-edge, scored, compressed tablet, engraved "APO" over "B-6" on one side, contains Bromazepam (6mg). Nonmedicinal ingredients: FD&C Blue No. 1 Aluminum Lake, microcrystalline cellulose, cornstarch, D&C Yellow No. 10 Aluminum Lake, ferric-ferrous oxide, lactose, and magnesium stearate. Bromazepam belongs to the class of mediations known as benzodiazepines. It is used for the short-term relief of symptoms of excessive anxiety. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Bromazepam Details I hope this info helps!

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L Mefolate Pyridox Mecobalamin

why is this prescription form of folate, B-12 and B-6 prescribed? Why not over the counter? ## Since you didn't provide a name brand or dosing, I can't be completely certain about this one in particular, but some of them are prescription only due to the amount of the vitamins that they contain. Some dosages aren't appropriate for someone that doesn't suffer a deficiency, as getting to much of some of them, especially B12 can be very dangerous. Learn more B vitamin details here. Are there any other questions or comments?

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pain identification

Round, green. Looks like bromazepam 6 mg. but no B-6, just a symbol that looks like it represents a nation. Smooth surface, unlike bromazepam, smaller slightly than br. pill. May be from Serbia. ## Sorry, there is no way to really ID a drug from this description, especially foreign ones, they are just not regulated as strictly as drugs in the US. ## White capsule with the word Stagesic in cursive

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