Folbic Vs Folbic Rf

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Patty Says:

does anyone know what the difference is between Folbic and Folbic RF?

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David Says:

Hi Patty,

According to, Folbic tablets contain the following active ingredients:

Folacin (Folic Acid) 2.5 mg + Pyridoxine/B6 (25 mg) + Cyanocobalamin/Vitamin B12 (2 mg)

Inactive ingredients: Carmine + Croscarmellose Sodium + Dicalcium Phosphate + Hypromellose + Magnesium Silicate + Magnesium Stearate + Microcrystalline Cellulose + Mineral Oil + Riboflavin + Sodium Lauryl Sulfate + Stearic Acid + Titanium Dioxide + Triacetin

Folbic RF tablets contain the following active ingredients:

Levomefolate (1.13 mg) + Pyridoxine/B6 (25 mg) + Cyanocobalamin/Vitamin B12 (2 mg)

Inactive ingredients: FD & C Red No. 40 + FD & C Blue No. 2 + Titanium Dioxide + Triacetin + Polydextrose + Hypromellose + Carnauba wax + FD & C Yellow No. 6 + Magnesium Stearate + Polyethylene Glycol 8000 + Microcrystalline Cellulose

NOTE: Levomefolate is said to be a biologically active form of folic acid.

I hope this side by side comparison helps answer your question!

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Thank you-your reply was very helpful

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