CUSTOMER NOTICE - The Chinese government has shut down up to 40% of its factories in a massive effort to address the nation's catastrophic pollution problem. This has therefore led to a high number of factory closures who manufacture the chemicals needed in the creation of Vitamin B1 and B6, whilst they improve their emissions. The demand for Vitamin B1 & B6 however remains extremely high and without the same levels of output the amount of Vitamin B1 & B6 available is massively reduced. With the shortage in supply and the manufacturing procedures causing more expense to Chinese companies the cost price of Vitamin B1 & B6 has risen over the last month and will continue to rise for the foreseeable future. It is with regret therefore that we have had to increase our prices to reflect the current market. We will try and hold back any further cost increases in the future as long as we can but it is inevitable that they will increase again at some point during 2018. For further information on this subject please don't hesitate to contact us.
Vitamin B1 Usage, Dosage and Side Effects:
|How||Vitamin B1 Supplements should be taken with a glass of water. The product can be placed into empty capsules if preferred to mask the sharp, bitter taste.|
|When||As a dietary supplement we recommend taking Thiamine Powder with food at meal times.|
|Dosage||Typical supplement doses of Vitamin B1 Supplements range from 9mg to 25mg per day. The RDA for Vitamin B1 is 1.4mg.|
|Side Effects||There are usually no side effects associated with Vitamin B1 Supplements (Thiamine Powder). Seek medical attention if you experience any of the following symptoms of an allergic reaction; rash, itching, swelling, dizziness, difficulty breathing.|
Thiamine 99.9% (synthetic)
Non-vegetarians, vegans, vegetarians
Yes, Vitamin B1 is commonly known as Thiamine or Thiamin.