Folic Acid Methylcobalamin Pyridoxine Hydrochloride

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santhu Says:


why Folic Acid Methylcobalamin Pyridoxine Hydrochloride are used



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David Says:

Hi santhu,

The ingredients mentioned in your description are simply B Vitamins; used primarily for treating deficiencies in each of those nutrients. Folic acid is Vitamin B9, Methylcobalamin is Vitamin B12, & Pyridoxine is Vitamin B6

Learn More: B-Complex Vitamin Details

I hope this helps!

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Folic acid+methylcoblamine+pyridoxine+DHA
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Should I stop taking english medicine when taking glyxgo for sugar

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