Vitacost Methylcobalamin Vitamin B12 Sublingual Cherry -- 1000 mcg - 120 Tablets
July 24, 2013
These are easy to take, they just take forever to dissolve!
June 7, 2013
This tablets first got sticky, then disintegrated into tiny pellets while still in the bottle. I only had them a couple of weeks and they were not exposed to any dampness.
June 6, 2013
I know vitamins are not known to taste good but these are meant to be tasted -- sublingual. With that said, YUCK! Very nasty taste and does not really melt under your tongue -- you must eventually chew them. That artificial sweetener taste is the worst and not good for you (but I guess the tiny amount won't kill you). With all of the negativity out of the way (lol), you do get 120 tablets for a much more reasonable price than some others (now we know why, right?) AND it is the methyl form of B12 (which allegedly is better for you (not cyanide based) and more bio-available. So while I felt like I got a reasonable alternative to the much pricier brands, I don't think I would purchase again. If I didn't know how delish they could taste, (value judgement tainted by other more expensive brand) -- I don't suppose I would be nearly as harsh. But it is what it is. You may decide if it is bias or merely experience influencing the review.
June 3, 2013
OK, but not as good as Solgar
This isn't an awful product, but Solgar's sublingual B12 is much better. These tablets seem to have a lot of unnecessary coating, and they take a relatively long time to dissolve. I went on a trip recently, and these melted a little in my plastic pill box; Solgar's B12, however, didn't. I will continue to use these until they're gone, but will switch back to Solgar when I'm finished with this bottle.
June 3, 2013