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Benfotiamine is a natural extract of vitamin B-1 or thiamine. It occurs in foods such as allium vegetables, including garlic and onions. If eaten, it increases the amount of thiamine in the blood and body tissues, leadin... More »

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Side effects are unwanted results of using certain medication, as defined by NHS Choices. All medicines have side effects, which are also termed as adverse reactions. It is crucial for patients to take all medicine exact... More »

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The effects of shilajit include its improvement of cognition. It is possibly useful in the prevention of Alzheimer's disease, claims the National Institutes of Health. Side effects of shilajit include poisoning by heavy ... More »

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As a dietary supplement, the U.S. recommended daily allowance of vitamin B-1, or thiamine, is 1.2 milligrams for males 14 years and older and 1.1 milligrams for women over 18 years old, according to MedlinePlus. In speci... More »

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Benfotiamine can sometimes help patients suffering from peripheral neuropathy; however, the research is new and the treatment is not yet proven as of 2015, according to Podiatry Today and the Denver Peripheral Neuropathy... More »

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Thiamine, or vitamin B-1, supports the health of muscle cells and the nervous system, and it regulates the flow of electrolytes that move in and out of these cells, says Mayo Clinic. Thiamine is also necessary for digest... More »

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Less serious side effects of vitamin B-1 include a tight feeling in the throat, nausea, sweating and feeling warm, according to Drugs.com. Other possible side effects include itching, a mild rash and a feeling of restles... More »

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