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14/12/2018 6:42 am  

the pill form doesn't get the full effect as it gets filtered through the bodies "cleaners." however, the injectible form gets a greater amount used. I think it uses like 98% or so. it is definitely worth a try fellas!! (and lady, but you already know bell!!)
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heavyweight
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14/12/2018 7:32 am  

OK so where do I purchase it?


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skelotar2
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14/12/2018 8:13 am  

at the cem store or lionnutrition.com


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heavyweight
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14/12/2018 8:54 am  

the B complex?


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skelotar2
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14/12/2018 9:44 am  

no.. the B-12

 

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skelotar2
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14/12/2018 10:29 am  

you need some insulin darts..

getpinz.com - go for the ones that hold 1cc not 1/2cc

You wanna go subcutaneous for the B-12 as it allows for a slower delivery.. 1000 mcg/day


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heavyweight
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14/12/2018 11:19 am  

I have B 12 from my doc prescribed to me and the pins as well. I was just wondering about the complex b


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skelotar2
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14/12/2018 12:14 pm  

oh.. idk about that b-complex... read up a little about it.. but as far as appetite goes, I'd stick to the B-12.

Apparently B-12 increases appetite because of the imbalance you get by having a surplus of only B-12 and not the other B complex vitamins, which causes you to eat more to make up for the lack of the other B vitamins. It also increases appetite another way..

The thread on it is on this board, just do a search and you'll get a better explanation that what I'm able to offer you.

Good luck


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Nytol2
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14/12/2018 1:15 pm  

Does everyone shoot it sub q?

I've just ordered some, that lion one seems very expensive, I got mine from kits n more, 100ml for 15.99, + it has other B vit as well as the 1000mcg of B12.


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hab
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14/12/2018 2:14 pm  

is that so...have you used it? is it good?
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Nytol2
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14/12/2018 2:49 pm  

I ordered a couple of days ago, I am in the UK, so I am expecting it about Friday.

I have used other products from them before, and they have been very good, so I expect this to be the same.


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Bellina
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14/12/2018 3:22 pm  

Sorry I'm late on the thread. Yes you can get it from Lion. I do not do it sub q or use a slin pin. I do it IM with 25 gauge 1 inch. And yes that is correct that oral is no comparision. Injectable is more bioavilable as it does not have to pass through the organs.


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Nytol2
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14/12/2018 4:08 pm  

What are the opinions of others who have used, sub q or IM?

Is there any post injection soreness with it?


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Bellina
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14/12/2018 4:52 pm  
Posted by: Nytol2
What are the opinions of others who have used, sub q or IM?

Is there any post injection soreness with it?

There shouldn't be no.


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skelotar2
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14/12/2018 5:36 pm  

Bellina, I have read that a subq delivery is slower, and more suited to shooting B-12 every day .. seeing as B12 is liquid based, and is a vitamin, it seemed to make more sense to me to do it subq...

Anyone else have any differing opinions?

as far as post soreness, yea, subq hurts the first couple times, after that, no.. and shooting IM as I have done in the past actually feels better than subq..


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