Queen B

Vitamins are essential for efficient biochemical processes. They not only provide certain nutrients, but they help metabolize and utilize nutrients from digested food. Vitamin B, in particular, is one of the most essential vitamins needed for energy, healthy hair, skin, eyes, nerves, energy production, gastrointestinal tract and proper brain function.

I have been anemic most of my life, so I grew up knowing the importance of Vitamin B, and I always took a chewable or sublingual. Recently, I started getting Vitamin B Complex injections and it works really well for me; I no longer experience anemia symptoms such as fatigue, hormone imbalances, and brittle hair and nails. I have noticed a drastic improvement in my energy level, hair, skin, and nails. My hair has grown faster than it has my entire life!


What is B Complex?

B Complex is comprised of several B vitamins, which work together to provide the most effective benefits. Vitamins in B Complex include: Vitamin B1 (Thiamine), Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), Vitamin B3 (Niacin), Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid), Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine), Vitamin B7 (Biotin), Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid), and Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin).

B vitamins can be found in foods such as green leafy vegetables, whole grains, nuts, dairy, and meats. They can also be taken in a pill form, chewable, sublingual, liquid, or injectable. Diet and lifestyle affect how much Vitamin B Complex your body uses and needs. If you don’t eat certain foods such as dairy, grains, or meat, which are the top sources of B vitamins, you may need a supplement. Because B vitamins contribute to cell production, transporting oxygen through the body, and turning food into fuel, an active lifestyle causes your body to need more B as well.  


Vitamin B Complex Deficiency Symptoms:





Poor memory

Problems with balance


The Benefits of Vitamin B Complex:

Improved nutrient absorption

Healthy hair, skin, nails

Reduced fatigue

Fat/weight loss

Muscle tissue protection

Improved mental clarity and mood

Immune booster

Hormone production


Think you may have a Vitamin B Complex deficiency? Consult a doctor concerning your recommended dosage and form to take, as each individual is different!