VIIT Science

 Why should you make the switch to Liquid Vitamins?


Highest Absorption

Oral spray vitamins have the highest absorption rates compared to any other vitamin delivery form! What does this mean? It's simple, more nutrients are being absorbed by your body which equals better results.  


How do spray vitamins work?

It's simple, all you need to do is spray underneath your tongue and hold for 30 seconds then swallow. 

The sprays produce perfectly balanced micro-sized droplets delivered into the mouth. The tiny droplets absorb quickly, providing fast nutrient uptake – the next generation of vitamin supplementation.

VIIT sublingual sprays deliver the vitamin ingredients directly into the bloodstream rather than relying on primary processing via the digestive system. This means that the vitamins are absorbed much faster and can get to work at providing your body with the nutrients it needs and deserves. 

They have higher absorption than traditional vitamins because the nutrients are already 'broken down' or emulsified, making them ready for body to absorb, without depending on digestive juices to 'break down' binders, fillers and hard to absorb inactive ingredients.

Just Nutrients. Thats it.

None of that bad stuff. binders, fillers, or dyes. You're giving your body just what it needs and nothing it doesn't.

Binders and Fillers are found in most common household vitamin pills, capsules and gummies. They are harmful to your body and make up a chunk of what you pay for. Studies have been conducted showing that a number of vitamin companies are selling vitamin tablets that aren't properly breaking down in the digestive system. What this means is that your body isn't able to break down the binders and access the vitamins in time before the tablets pass through the digestive system. Which is a complete waste of time and money and misleading consumers into believing they are hitting the recommended daily intakes for certain vitamins.

No Binders

No Fillers

No Dyes

The study below shows an x-ray of 3 undissolved vitamin pills up to 3 days after ingestion. Please note this is not our study, however it is concerning to see that the vitamin tablets are still intact just sitting there waiting to be digested.

Not our photo, but isn't it concerning!


pill vitamin absorption


 If you're interested in taking a look at some of the science on sublingual vitamin supplementation (absorption under the tongue) we have listed a number of published scientific journals and articles below.


Way to bone health may be just under the tongue! Sublingual vitamin D


A randomized two way cross over study for comparison of absorption of vitamin D3 buccal spray and soft gelatin capsule formulation in healthy subjects and in patients with intestinal malabsorption


Assessment of the effectiveness of a sublingual, ergogenic spray on muscle strength and power


Vitamin D Repletion in Korean Postmenopausal Women with Osteoporosis


Sublingual Vitamin D3 effective in a patient resistant to conventional D Supplementation


Correction of vitamin D deficiency using sublingually administered vitamin D2 in a Crohn's disease patient with mal-absorption and a new ileostomy


Vitamin B12 and cognitive function: an evidence-based analysis


Comparison of sublingual vs. intramuscular administration of vitamin B12 for the treatment of patients with vitamin B12 deficiency


Comparison of Sublingual and Intramuscular Administration of Vitamin B12 for the Treatment of Vitamin B12 Deficiency in Children


Sublingual methylcobalamin treatment is as effective as intramuscular and peroral cyanocobalamin in children age 0-3 years


Efficiency of the sublingual route in treating B12 deficiency in infants


Successful sublingual cobalamin treatment in a child with short-bowel syndrome


Why is B12 Difficult to Absorb and Do Oral B12 Sprays Work?