Just to add to my earlier post about B-12 yesterday- I mentioned two forms of B-12 supplements, oral and injectable. There are two additional forms: sublingual and intranasal. Sublingual medications are absorbed into the blood stream by placing them under the tongue and letting them dissolve. Intranasal medications are sprayed via a pump into the nostrils, where they are also absorbed into the blood stream. Since they go into the bloodstream directly, they don’t have to be absorbed from the digestive system with intrinsic factor.
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