Synapsin®: A Unique Blend in a Nasal Spray Delivery System for Neurological Health
ABOUT METHYLCOBALAMIN: Naturally occurring coenzyme form of vitamin B12
Methylcobalamin circulates through the bloodstream and is a naturally-occurring coenzyme form of vitamin B12. The body needs B12 to convert homocysteine to methionine, protect DNA and RNA, support energy, protect nerve and brain cells, stimulate serotonin production, contribute to red blood cell formation, support immune function, and maintain a positive mood.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Does Synapsin® need to be refrigerated?
Yes. To maintain the stability of the nicotinamide riboside, Synapsin® needs to be refrigerated, and so does the final Synapsin® preparation.
Do Synapsin® preparations require a prescription?
Yes. Synapsin® formulations should only be compounded and dispensed as prescribed by a health care professional.
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