You may wonder why then, the Golden Milk recipe is suggested as a good method to take turmeric in a drink. This is because the turmeric is gently simmered in the milk/water mixture first. This greatly improves the bio-availability – even when taken alone without a meal it will be beneficial. Black pepper and coconut oil (or other healthy fat) is added as well. I would suggest you prepare your tea by simmering it first, let it cool then drink it as you like it. As to how many almonds as a fat source…I haven’t an idea at all. It is thought that roughly half or less the amount of turmeric to oil is sufficient (ie 1/4 tsp. turmeric 1/8 or less of fat/oil).
Administration advice :
-Avoid intravenous administration: almost all of the vitamin will be lost in the urine.
-Warm parenteral solution to body temperature before administration for patient comfort.
-Pernicious anemia: monitor serum potassium closely during the first 48 hours of treatment and replace potassium if needed.
Patient advice :
-Patients with pernicious anemia will require B12 for the rest of their lives; failure to do so will cause anemia to return, which could lead to incapacitating and irreversible damage to the nerves and spinal cord.
-Taking folic acid instead of B12 may prevent anemia, but allow degeneration of the spinal cord.
Some people, especially those with health issues or over-reactive immune systems, may have adverse or allergic reactions to drugs such as uncomfortable physical or cognitive effects, or over-sensitivity.  The best way to prevent this is to perform an allergy test with every new batch of a substance the user receives (even if coming from a reliable source, as sometimes much more potent and dangerous compounds can become unintentionally mixed up with the product being advertised). To properly perform an allergy test, one can simply dose a minuscule amount of the drug (1/6 of a regular dose) and then wait several hours to a few days.