Vitamin Transdermal Patches

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David Says:


I’ve tried the vitamin patches and feel like they worked better than most pills. I would like to know if anyone else has tried them. I always had stomach problems with most pills and bad heartburn. With the patch I just put one on each day after I shower and it slowly releases the vitamins over the course of the day. I had to try several before I found one that really made me feel better. Be careful choosing patch though, a lot come from china and many don’t have a lot of active ingredients. I’ve tried several companies and the company I use now is Up Patched. They have a B-complex multivitamin that has 1000ugs of B12 and 75 mg of B1 plus a complete set of other multivitamins, since from the patch it is directly released into the bloodstream you would have to take 10,000 ug of B12 in pill form to have the same bioavailability of B12.



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