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Inject Wellness

Vitamin B12 is one of the most important vitamins required by every cell in your body. It is needed to make healthy red blood cells and DNA. Treatment supports central nervous system function and may help improve mood by reducing stress

  • Renews Energy

  • Supports Weight Optimization 

  • Help Prevent Certain Diseases

  • Enhances Healthy Cells in Nails, Hair, and Skin

  • Enhances Good Mood and Helps Fight Depression

  • Enhances Your Sleep

The Benefits

  • Benefits mood by reducing stress (source)

  • Supports central nervous system function, red blood cell formation, and DNA synthesis (source)

  • Reduces risk of vision loss from age-related macular degeneration when taken with folic acid and vitamin B6 (source)

  • Lowers homocysteine levels, which is associated with cardiovascular disease and stroke (sourcesource), when taken with folic acid and vitamin B6

  • May reduce risk of cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease (source)

  • Treats pernicious anemia from vitamin B12 deficiency, which can cause nerve damage and increases risk of stomach cancer (source)


Advantages of administration via injection:

  • May be more effective than oral supplementation by bypassing digestion (source)

  • Less expensive and more convenient than intravenous infusions 

  • Routinely tested for purity and potency

Why B12 (methylcobalamin)?

Vitamin B12 is one of the most important essential vitamins for health and is an important coenzyme that is required by every cell in your body. Since it’s not made in the body, it has to come from an external source via diet and/or supplementation. 

In the United States, 3-6% of the population are vitamin B12 deficient and 15-20% have marginally depleted levels (source).


Vitamin B12 is needed for red blood cell formation and DNA production, and supplementation may help with anemia, fatigue, low energy, immunity, detoxification, nerve problems, pain, mental health, insomnia, chronic illnesses, and more.

Mechanism of Action

Vitamin B12 has many cellular effects with the greatest impact on new blood cell generation and neurological function. At the cellular level, B12 acts as a cofactor for two enzymatic reactions that involve methionine synthase and methylmalonyl-Co A mutase.

Methionine synthase helps to convert homocysteine to methionine, which is necessary for the synthesis of many molecules such as phospholipids, neurotransmitters, and regulation of gene expression. Without B12, megaloblastic anemia occurs. Methylmalonyl-CoA mutase helps to metabolize odd chain fatty acids and branched-chain amino acids. If there is a lack of B12, methylmalonyl-CoA accumulates and leads to the neurological complications of vitamin B12 deficiency.

Note: Not for clients on certain antibiotics (Amoxicillin, Erythromycin, Methotrexate, Pyrimethamine), folic acid, or chloramphenicol, as well as those undergoing chemotherapy treatment


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