Misol Vitamin D3 Oral Spray Review

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If you keep up with news about vitamins, supplements, or just about any sort of medical news, you already know that Vitamin D3 is the vitamin so many people are concerned about these days.  I have Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Vitamin D3 is one of the leading vitamins people with MS are deficient in.  As winter changed to spring, I received a sample bottle of Misol Vitamin D3 Oral Spray to review.

The change of seasons is very hard on me, I have been told that it’s hard on most people with MS.  The month of June is also extremely hard on my system.  No mater how much sleep I get, I am extremely exhausted.  If you’re not familiar, fatigue is a major issue with MS, so the changing of the seasons like I’m talking about make the fatigue about 10x worse than usual and the month of June is about a million times worse!

Several years ago, the fatigue became so bad, my neurologist prescribed medication to help me stay awake.  It worked pretty well, but at times it worked so well that I had to then take sleeping pills in order to get any sleep at night.  Needless to say, I was happy the medication worked, but I couldn’t do the whole Elvis routine.  I wasn’t interested in taking pills to wake up and pills to make me sleep.

It was around the same time I discovered several different studies about Vitamin D3.  Vitamin D3 is the same Vitamin D you build up in your system from being out in the sunshine.  With my research, I learned that my multivitamin didn’t have nearly enough Vitamin D3 in it for my system.  I believe it only had around 100 iu and began experimenting with different dosages based on the research I read.  I found that a minimum of 1000 iu of Vitamin D3 was needed in order for me to be semi functional on those rough days.

There are now a variety of ways in which to  get Vitamin D3 into your system.  I’ve tried almost all of them from the sprays to the pills and everything that I know about into between.  The Misol Vitamin D3 Oral Spray is an easy way to get your daily Vitamin D3, whether you get your daily sunlight or not.  It’s easy to use, I suggest putting it by your toothbrush and give it a squirt after brushing your teeth each morning.

The Misol Vitamin D3 Oral Spray is a lightweight spray, with a slight peppermint flavoring.  It’s quickly absorbed into your bloodstream.  Because it is absorbed into the system instead of swallowed and processed through the stomach, it is also easier on your liver.  There is also less waste of the Vitamin D3 as the vitamin is absorbed into your bloodstream and doesn’t have to be digested.  Since I take so many medications, I LOVE being able to bypass my liver when possible.

With the peppermint flavor, it’s like everything else, everyone has their own opinion.  It was a little bit more on the sour side to me.  When I spoke with the Misol Vitamin D3 Oral Spray representative, I was told that people typically find it bitter more often than sour, like I did.  Then again, some find it to have little taste.  A new batch is already in the works to help balance out the taste, so that it’s more agreeable for everyone.

While the taste is a factor, the key factor is how well the Misol Vitamin D3 Oral Spray actually works.  I can say that it works great for me!  Take a look at some of the research provided by Misol and I’m sure you’ll want to try it for yourself.

The need for vitamin D3 goes way beyond preventing and treating rickets. Various researchers have claimed that vitamin D benefits are associated with the following:

  • Prevention of osteoporosis and osteopenia.
  • Lowering blood pressure in people with hypertension.
  • Lowering incidence and severity of cardiovascular disorders
  • Decreasing the incidence of type 2 dieabetes: Research has shown that those with blood vitamin D levels over 25 ng/mL had a 43% reduced risk of developing type 2 diabetes compared with those with levels under 14 ng/mL.

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