B-12 Source

by Frank
(Eastlake, Oh)

I saw that the source of b-12 in your pollen is cyamocobalamin. i dont know if you meant cyanocablamin, but i was taking joebees bee pollen before and i stopped taking it because i a read a article on at naturalnews.com saying the cyanocablamin form is made from the cyanide molecule. i just wanted to know if your pollen is different.

Hi Frank,
Great question. The vitamin content of each batch of bee pollen we sell is different due to the different areas of North America we get the pollen from. The list of vitamins we listed is actually a general list and is not a specific analysis of our bee pollen as having each batch analysed would be quite cost prohibitive.


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