Folinic Acid is an excellent alternative to methylfolate for individuals who are sensitive to methylated B vitamins, but who may also have sensitivities to synthetic folic acid. Unlike methylfolate, folinic acid does not contribute to intake of methyl groups, but unlike folic acid for many individuals (such as those with MTHFR mutations), folinic acid is easily converted to the active circulating form of folate and utilized within the body. We always recommend talking to your doctor prior to taking Folinic Acid Lozenges or any supplement. As we are not licensed medical professionals, we cannot engage in diagnosing, dispensing medical advice, or prescribing the use of any of our products as a treatment for disease or illness. *
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- What are Folinic Acid Lozenges derived from?
- What is the expiration date on Folinic Acid Lozenges?
- Do Folinic Acid Lozenges contain corn or grain-derived ingredients?
- Are Folinic Acid Lozenges suitable for vegans and vegetarians? If not, why?
- Are Folinic Acid Lozenges safe to use while pregnant or breastfeeding?
- Can Folinic Acid Lozenges be used for children?
- Are there any side-effects or precautions when using Folinic Acid Lozenges?
- Are Folinic Acid Lozenges free of magnesium stearate?
- Do Folinic Acid Lozenges contain sulfur?
- I am not sure if Folinic Acid Lozenges are right for me. What is the difference between the folate, folic acid, folinic acid and L-methylfolate?