General Dosage Information
Special tips: Vitamin B6 supplements are available as pyridoxine hydrochloride or pyridoxal-5-phosphate (P-5-P). While both forms will fulfill your requirements for vitamin B6, P-5-P may be the optimal choice because it appears to be more easily absorbed.
In addition to being available as a single supplement, vitamin B6 is commonly contained in multivitamin and vitamin B complex products. These products supply more than the RDA for vitamin B6, and some will even provide the commonly recommended daily dose of 50 mg. Higher doses are sometimes needed for specific ailments, however.
For carpal tunnel syndrome: Take 100 mg three times a day for two weeks, then reduce the dose to 50 mg three times a day. Many sufferers find that vitamin B6 in the form of P-5-P works best for this disorder.
For asthma: Take 50 mg twice a day.
For PMS: Take 100 mg twice a day.
For fibrocystic breast changes: Take l00 mg twice a day during the week before you expect to start your period.
For acne: Take 50 mg every morning.
For female infertility: Take a vitamin B-50 complex pill and 50 mg B6 in the morning.
For dizziness, Parkinson's disease, or tinnitus: Take 50 mg three times a day.
Be sure to check out our Dosage Recommendations Chart for vitamin B6, which lists therapeutic dosages for specific ailments at a glance.
Guidelines for Use
For best absorption, take no more than 100 mg of vitamin B6 at a time.
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