What kind of vitamin B?

Discussion in 'Urine Testing' started by Lolo69, Jun 25, 2006.

  1. Lolo69 Lolo69

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    Any specific kind of Vitamin B (e.g. B1, B12, complex, etc.) that I should use when diluting, testing and/or cleaning out my system?
  2. 1tokeovertheline 1tokeovertheline

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    For me it doesn't matter. B, B12, B complex all make my piss yellow almost immediately. If I take a B vitamin before dinner time and then go right after dinner. Woop, der it is. :) That is the purpose of it.
  3. ~~paranoid~~ ~~paranoid~~

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    n2 says to take 10x the daily dosage. i am glad i experiemented before hand because my pee turns almost neon with just one b2. so i took half a pill about 4 hours before test time and it colored perfectly. not obvious, and not water from dilution
  4. Lolo69 Lolo69

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    Do labs really check the color? I yellowed mine up last year, and I still got two neg dilutes.
  5. Buzzby Buzzby

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    Color is the least significant aspect of checking for dilute urine. People who don't dilute often have nearly transparent urine if they don't have the right kind of things in their diets. The primary tests for dilution are creatinine levels and specific gravity.
  6. 1tokeovertheline 1tokeovertheline

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    What is the purpose of the vitamin B in the Dilution instructions? I thought it was for color. It sure colors mine. In a hurry. :D
  7. FakeBoobsRule FakeBoobsRule

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    B2 Riboflavin

    B2 is most responsible out of the B vitamins for turning urine bright yellow or orange. Buzzby has a point about the color doesn't really matter because the use creatinine and specific gravity. Maybe the B2 was included by IamN2pot for those who get tested by the instant strips and the tester can reject on the basis of color. Maybe it is to make you feel better about the big cupful of dilute urine you just handed the tester! :laugh:
  8. Buzzby Buzzby

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    Color is the least significant aspect of checking for dilute urine. That doesn't mean that it is not a consideration at all. If your urine was as clear as water but had normal-range creatinines and specific gravity you would still pass. The only effect of color is to make testers less suspicious.
  9. 1tokeovertheline 1tokeovertheline

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    Thanks Buzzby. I thought that it was for color, then your answer had me doubting it. That is why I asked, thanks again.

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