Methylcobalamin B12 10 x 1ml ampoules
500ug ampoules (methylcobalamin)vitamin b12 injection
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Pack contains 10 glass ampoules individually foil packed for UV protection and keeping clinically Sterile.
A form of B12 that is already in its active form and does not need to be converted by the body. It is often used in the treatment of nerve damage and neuropathy, as it is believed to be more effective in the nervous system.
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Benefits of Vitamin of B12:
Methylcobalamin. This the most bio-available form of Vitamin B12. It differentiates from the rest because it has Methyl- group (CH3).
Vitamin B12 benefits your mood, energy level, memory, heart, skin, hair, digestion and more.
+Helps Maintain Energy Levels. …
+Prevents Memory Loss and Lowers Risk of Neuro degenerative Disease. …
+Boosts Mood and Helps the Nervous System to Properly Function. …
+Plays a Role in Maintaining Heart Health. …
+Needed for Healthy Skin and Hair. …
+Aids in Digestion. …
+Needed for a Healthy Pregnancy.
Vitamin B12 is a water soluble vitamin essential in the human diet. There are 12 different types of B-Vitamin,
Below is a brief research on Methylcobalamin b12.
Methylcobalamin B12, also known as cobalamin, naturally exists in the body in the form of Methylcobalamin.Only adenosylcobalamin (AdeCbl) and methylcobalamin (MetCbl) are active within the human body. You’ll find MetCbl mainly in your blood plasma, cytosol cells, and certain body fluids (like cerebral spinal fluid), and AdeCbl in cellular tissues where it is stored in the mitochondria. In fact, the benefits of B12 all boil down to two biochemical reactions:The conversion of methylmalonyl-coenzyme A to succinylcholine coenzyme A (by methylmalonyl-CoA mutase, with adenosylcobalamin as a cofactor), and the remethylation of homocysteine to methionine (with methylcobalamin being a cofactor for methionine synthase).
one of the two active forms of Vitamin B12, provides a range of benefits to the central nervous system. This vitamin helps maintain the health of nerve cells, including those needed for neurotransmitter signaling, and forms the protective covering of nerves known as the cell’s myelin sheath. Low levels of vitamin B12 can lead to a decline in almost every cognitive function. Additionally, Methylcobalamin helps with digestion and heart health, so a deficiency can cause digestive disorders and increase the risk of heart disease.
Research shows that Methylcobalamin, also known as MeCbl or MetB12, plays a crucial role in two biochemical reactions: converting methylmalonyl-coenzyme A to succinylcholine coenzyme A and remethylating homocysteine to methionine. The latter process generates SAMe, which supplies methyl groups for critical chemical reactions to help maintain your health. Methylcobalamin is especially effective in treating degenerative neurological symptoms, such as multiple sclerosis, amytropic lateral sclerosis, Parkinson’s, and peripheral nephropathy. It can also improve memory and intellectual function in individuals with Alzheimer’s.
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