Prohormone & Supplement Ingredients:

Cyanocobalamin

Cyanocobalamin is a common vitamer of the vitamin B12 family. A form of vitamin B12 called hydroxocobalamin is produced by bacteria, and then changed to cyanocobalamin in the process of being purified in activated charcoal columns after being separated from the bacterial cultures. Cyanocobalamin is the vitamin B12 that is found in most meat and meat products, and in most vitamin B12 supplements.

Cyanocobalamin usually does not even occur in nature, and is not one of the forms of the vitamin that are directly used in the body. However, animals and humans can convert cyanocobalamin to active (cofactor) forms of the vitamin.

Vitamin B12 is important for growth, cell reproduction, blood formation, and protein and tissue synthesis. Sources include organ meats, meat, fish, eggs, milk and cheese. Vitamin B12 is not found in vegetables. The liver is the main storage site of vitamin B12. The human body stores about 4mcg of Vitamin B12 (2 in the liver and 2 elsewhere). These stores are enough to last for one to three years.

RDA is very small, being just 1mcg daily for adults and as little as .2mcg for children.
Supplements with this ingredient:
Bolasterol Mass (Prohormones)
Halostane (Prohormones)
Metha-drol Extreme (Prohormones)

Links to additional information on Cyanocobalamin
Cyanocobalamin Official FDA information, side effects and uses (Added on 1/5/2011)

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