Originally Posted by hellomynameis
read said B-12 OR B-2. And the two grocery stores she looked only had B-12 and no B-2 so that is what she got. And when it was not working she picked up a fast acting B complex which directed to put under the tongue for 30 seconds, it recommended one and swim chewed up 3 about 30 minutes before her test and it still did not make it yellow. Before or after her UA. Soooo she will find some B-2 and try that out PRIOR to the day of her test. Or maybe she should just not do drugs
anymore. . . Hm, swim will have to ponder that one for a bit.
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Usually on B-Vitamin bottles, many of the ingredients are listed with their proper name, instead of their B#.
For instance, if swiy bougt a b-complex bottle, B-2 would probably be listed on the label as riboflavin, likewise, you rarely see B5 written on a bottle, instead you'll see pantothenic acid, it's proper name.
But I reiterate this. B-2 / Riboflavin is the substance swiy is seeking.
The best way of finding such a specific vitamin is through a B-75 Complex. They have 75 mg of each B vitamin. There are also B-100 Complexes, but those are usally timed released.
My pet hamster personally guarentees that if swiy were to consume one or two of those B75's, swiy'll be pissing the most neon piss they've ever seen. Be careful though, the 100mg's are time-released for a reason. High doses of B6 can be hazardous (thanks to Richi for pointing that out on the Nootropics