An Introduction to Vitamin B15
Vitamin B15 is called other terms like Calcium Pangamate, Pangamic Acid or DMG is surrounding by a thick vale of confusion It’s highly likely that you have heard of the vitamin once or twice before. People would have heard of a different story regarding the vitamin if they lived in Europe or Russia; these are the places where Vitamin B15 was discovered. You might recall that some time in the 1970’s, the FDA banned the vitamin in the United States.
People who try to conduct their own research into the drug have a high chance of being mislead due to some amateur blogs and even professional websites that label Vitamin B15 the incorrect way. There are websites that claim Vitamin B15 is none other than Pangamic Acid while others states that Vitamin B15 is actually Calcium Pangamate. Other sources even claim it to be N, N Dimethyglycine or DMG. Lastly, other websites use all the terms to indicate Vitamin B15; Calcium Pangamate, DMG and Pangamic Acid.
For clarification, we stated a short description of each:
1. Pangamic Acid: is basically an ester derived from dimethyglycine and gluconic acid.
2. Calcium pangamate: Pangamic acid’s calcium salt.
3. N, N Dimethyglycine (DMG): taken from amino acid glycine.
To add more to the already confusing definition, the meaning of Vitamin B15 can also vary depending on the geographical location. The United States defines Vitamin B15 as a Pangamic Acid, meanwhile Russia states that it is calcium pangamate instead.
Reasons to take Vitamin B15
-Enhances the oxygen utilisation of the body.
– Greatly improves the circulation of blood by the body.
-Increases the efficiency of the immune system, thus hastening the immune system’s response.
-Helps in better hormone production.
Aids in stabilising the blood glucose levels.
-Enhances the liver functions as well as liver detoxification.
-Is also known as an antiviral, anti-tumour and even an antibacterial.
These dosages are known to be crucial, specifically in the metabolism of human physiology. Based on multiple researches conducted by various people, the most common dosage amount would be 125 mg – 2,500 mg a day; take note that they are typically taken in divided dosages all throughout the day. Vitamin B15 can also be take with meals and even on an empty stomach, there will be mo side effects but it’s still highly recommended to take them in between meals. Remember that Vitamin B15 easily breaks down and enters a person’s system, so if you’re aiming for a high dosage we highly recommend that you divide the dosage.
Certain research have show that people can have a naturally high tolerance for Vitamin B15. There have been recorded cases of people with a 6,000 mg intake a day without any incident or toxicity, thus Vitamin B15 is considered a safe nutrient.