Innovative oral spray with full sprectrum of B vitamins

Valens B-Complex spray is a convenient food supplement in the form of an oral spray with a pleasant orange flavor. Oral application makes the product easier to use and ensures better absorption in the mouth. That is especially important for those with limited absorption in digestive system.

Valens B-Complex contains a full spectrum of B vitamins. Thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, biotin, vitamin B6 and vitamin B12 contribute to normal energy-yielding metabolism and normal functioning of the nervous system. Riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B6, folic acid and vitamin B12 contribute to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue. Riboflavin, biotin and niacin contribute to the maintenance of normal skin.

We recommend Valens B-Complex to vegans and vegetarians, as they are more likely to have vitamin B deficiency since foods of vegetable origin have poor content of vitamin B. It is also recommended for elderly (after 50), pregnant women and physically active people.

Active ingredients

In 4 sprays (0.8 ml):

  • thiamin: 2.2 mg (200 % NRV*)
  • riboflavin: 0.28 mg (20 % NRV*)
  • niacin: 4.0 mg (25 % NRV*)
  • panthotenic acid: 9.0 mg (150 % NRV*)
  • vitamin B6: 2,8 mg (200 % NRV*)
  • biotin: 50 µg (100 % NRV*)
  • folic acid: 400 µg (200 % NRV*)
  • vitamin B12: 12.5 µg (500 % NRV*)

* NRV – Nutrient Reference Value


Water, sweetener: xylitol (30 %), concentrated orange juice (8 %), panthotenic acid (calcium D-pantothenate), orange flavor, niacin (nicotinamide), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride), thiamin (thiamin hydrochloride), preservative: potassium sorbate, thickening agent: xanthan gum, folic acid (pteroylmonoglutamic acid), riboflavin (sodium riboflavin 5′-phosphate), biotin (D-biotin), vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin).

Suitable for vegans and vegetarians. No gluten or artificial colors.

Shake well before every use. Spray directly into your mouth. The recommended dose for adults and children after 3 years is 4 sprays per day, preferably after your main meal.

Store in a dry and dark place at a temperature not exceeding 25ᵒC. Once opened, use within 3 months.

Considering the daily dose this product serves for 30 days.

All ingrediens are in dosages that are safe to consume.

Do not forget the importance of balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. Recommended daily dose should not be exceeded. Food supplements should not be taken as an alternative to a balanced diet. Keep out children’s reach! Excessive consumption may produce laxative effects.

What is B-Complex?

B-complex is a class of water-soluble vitamins hat have a chemically distinct compound but often coexist in the same foods. Food supplements that contain the whole specter of vitamin B are commonly named B-Complex. There are eight B vitamins: thiamine (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), pantothenic acid (B5), B6, biotin (B7), folic acid/folate (B9), B12.

They all have names and number. Some are better known by their names, and others by the number.

Why does deficiency of vitamin B occur in the first place?

There are a lot of reasons why one cannot obtain enough B vitamins through a diet only. Deficiency most often happen with older adults, because of the limited absortion in digestive system. Since B vitamins are most often found in meat, vegans and vegetarians are more likely to suffer from B vitamins deficiency.

Certain groups, such as pregnant women, also need larger amounts of some types of vitamin B. Misuse of alcohol, coffee and sugar can result in poor absorption of vitamin B.

Can I consume enough B vitamins with vegan diet only?

To stay healthy, most people don’t need to take a supplement in order to get enough B vitamins. There are plenty of delicious foods available to get all the nutrients you need naturally, as long as you maintain a complete diet of meats, grains, fruits, and vegetables. It is also possible to get enough B vitamins with vegan diet, but vegans and vegetarians are more likely to suffer from B-complex deficiency.

The biggets problem is getting enough vitamin B12 – the sole source of vitamin B12 are meat and dairy products. Food of vegetable origin does not contain vitamin B12 – the only exception are some mushroom species. Taking B12 in the form of food supplements is recommended for those who are on a vegetarian or vegan diet.

Which food is rich with B12?


Food Portion B12
Shellfish 85 g 84 µg
Salmon 85 g 4.9 µg
Canned tuna 85 g 2.5 µg
Beef 85 g 1.5 µg
Ham 85 g 1.5 µg
Greek Yoghurt 85 g 0.75 µg
Milk 1 glass 1.2 µg
Eggs 1 (big) 0.6 µg
Chicken 85 g 0.3 µg

Source: http://www.health.harvard.edu