8 patches per pack:
What is methylcobalamin?
Methylcobalamin is used to treat vitamin B12 deficiency. Vitamin B12 is important for the brain and nerves, and for the production of red blood cells.
Methylcobalamin is sometimes used in people with pernicious anemia, diabetes, and other conditions.
B12 5000 mcg methylcobalamin patches, give you 8 week's supply of the Highest-Dose Transdermal Patch. Now updated with a new patch formula, which ensures better release of the original ingredients.
Methylcobalamin (B12) 5000mcg Patches are a simple way for you to get all the Active B-12 methylcobalamin and folic acid (0.4 mg) you need, without having to be injected and or swallowing pills.
100% Natural Ingredients. Vegetarian & Vegan Friendly
Just place a B12 Patch on your arm, thigh, or back for 24 hours once every 5 to 7 days as desired.
No more forgetting to take pills; get your full dose of B12 Patches that offer you Active B-12 in a convenient wearable patch.
Please note that the doses in these patches are not recommended for children to take.
5000mcg of Methylcobalamin (B12) and 0.4mg of Folic Acid
B12 Patches can be put on your arm, thigh, or back for 24 hours once every 5 to 7 days as desired.
Do not take B12 from these patches if pregnant or breast feeding. Always consult your doctor if you have any questions.
Causes of Vitamin B-12 Deficiency:
- Digestive disorders such as Coeliac Disease, Crohn's disease, bacterial overgrowth in the small intestine or even parasites;
- Other chronic diseases, such as Fibromyalgia or M.E or IBD;
- Weight Loss Specific Surgery such as gastric bypass;
- Certain medications, such as diabetes medications like Metformin, and long-term use of proton pump inhibitors such as Prilosec, Prevacid or Nexium commonly prescribed for conditions such as heartburn, acid reflux and GERD;
- Vegetarian or Vegan Diets, since Vitamin B-12 is found almost exclusively in animal foods.
- Pernicious Anaemia; this causes a decrease in the number of red blood cells which develops when the body lacks the intrinsic factor necessary to naturally absorb vitamin B-12 available in the foods that we eat.