This last february I was diagnosed with vitamin b6 toxicit, four times more than nomal and I have very tingly feet; I think it started when I was taking oil of oregano as a decongestant, a neurologist I saw said to stop. I was afraid I was getting MS,so I started on a neolife stress pack containing B complex, then I had trouble even walking in the park, so my doctor did a blood test and found high b6, stoped the stress pack and started on omega 3 fish oil which really helped my allergies! Then I found out they have b6 too! Now I'm just taking d3 and a liguid calcium citrate which seems to help. also after reading your comment, Mariona, I am taking one neolife enzyme after each meal. I started two days ago and I am having alot less burning and stinging in my feet. I think the enzymes are helping me metabolize the b6. thanks so much, missmillie901
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