I took the injections with no side effects, and felt than I had in years. I lost weight and had energy to burn, which was a blessing since I started them after having my daughter. Sorry I don't anything about Austin, I'm trying to find them in Charlotte.
Why get injections of b12. Why not just use a sublingual B12 supplement. You basically hold in your mouth under the tongue and it is absorbed into the blood stream through the tissues under the tongue. It is much better absorbed than traditional supplements
We used to use the sublingual all the time, then when going through some Thyroid problems, the doc here put me on injectable B12 and there was a major difference. My husband is a professional sports official and he was doing the sublingual all the time. He then switched to the injectable and said his on-court recovery was really, really well... and has been on it ever since (as have many of his co-officials).
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