Each 3ml ampoule contains Vitamin B12 - B1 - B6
Trivit-B Complex is used for Treating B12 deficiencies such as pernicious anemia. Anyone suffering from ailments that hinder their body’s intake of vitamin B12 or is suffering from the symptoms of B12 deficiency and needing supplementation can use this product.
Proponents of B12 shots state that they turbocharge the metabolism (make you thinner), strengthen the immune system, and help cure fatigue, insomnia, and even depression. Because all B vitamins are water soluble, the body is incapable of storing them.
Furthermore, Vitamins B-1, B-6 and B-12 each fill many different roles that support a body’s metabolism, convert food into energy , help it produce essential substances, such as neurotransmitters, red blood cells and hemoglobin; and cells that support the immune system.
B vitamins are needed for healthy skin, hair, eyes, and liver. The B vitamins help the nervous system to function properly.
The three B vitamins support those with B deficiency because B vitamins work together as well as having their own unique jobs. B vitamins are often prescribed together because deficiency of one B vitamin usually signals that others are deficient.
The B vitamins are regularly referred to as B-Complex vitamins that assist the body in using fats and proteins. All the B vitamins help the body convert food into fuel and help build muscle strength and tone. Each of the B vitamins assists in a multitude of bodily functions to extensive to list here.
Some uses are for increased energy, weight loss, stress relief, mental and emotional stability, and supplementation of diets deficient in B Vitamins, and treatment of vitamin B12 deficiencies.
*Product contains benzyl alcohol as an inactive ingredient
Contraindications for Benzyl Alcohol
This preparation is not advised in patients who are sensitive to cobalt and/or vitamin B12. Because this product contains benzyl alcohol, it should not be used in newborns or in people who are sensitive to benzyl alcohol.
Patients who have early Leber's disease (LHON) a hereditary disease that causes optic nerve atrophy have been found to suffer severe and swift optic atrophy when treated with vitamin B12.
Fatal hypokalemia may occur when severe megaloblastic anemia is treated intensively with vitamin B12, as a result of increased erythrocyte potassium requirements.
Always follow the advice of your medical professional. If you decide to undertake self-injection, always consult a nurse practitioner or doctor to learn the proper method of identifying and cleaning the injection site, administration and how-to properly open the ampules.
Read carefully the potential side effects of B complex injections. Before using this product, discuss with your healthcare professional all OTC and prescription medicines you are currently taking.
- B complex injections can slightly sting during the injection, this is normal and the sensation should subside shortly after the injection is completed. Those of you familiar with B12 injections will note this is uncharacteristic of B12 alone. The injection site can become red or slightly inflamed (red slight bump) afterward.
Don’t be alarmed if you happen to smell an odor and you’re used to B12 that has almost no odor. B6 has a noticeable odor contributing to the odor of this B complex product.
All B12 Vitamin Store orders ship free in the USA and include tracking. Delivery time averages 3-5 days. Our normal handling time ranges from 24-48 hours. As soon as we have your tracking number, we will email you.
B12 Health Benefits - Relieve the body of fatigue and weakness, potentially improving stamina - Help prevent breast cancer - Prevent anemia - Treat sickle cell anemia and Alzheimer's disease - Maintain proper heart functioning - Maintain a strong nervous system
B1 Health Benefits - Contributes to energy production - Rich in anti-aging properties - Reduces Alzheimer's diseases - Maintains a healthy heart - Improves memory and appetite - Prevents cataracts - Aids in the production of red blood cells
B6 Health Benefits - Aids in maintaining healthy hormone levels
~ More information, precautions and interactions can be found under the "About B Vitamins tab."
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