Cyanocobalamin, also called vitamin B12, is absolutely essential for good health—particularly for the synthesis of DNA, brain health, and the production of energy in the cell’s powerhouses, the mitochondria. B12 contains a trace mineral, cobalt, and bacteria produce numerous forms of the vitamin. The most commonly consumed form is cyano, and this supplement can be taken orally as a tablet, nasally via a spray, or intravenously.

Why Supplement with Cyanocobalamin?

You can obtain some B12 naturally in the diet from foods like beef, liver, salmon, fortified cereal, cheese, milk, and eggs.  Diets deficient in B12—for instance, many variants of the vegan diet—must be supplemented, or else you can suffer an array of side effects, such as exhaustion, memory loss, digestive problems, and even neurological damage and depression. Cyanocobalamin can lead to the synthesis of myelin, a sheath used to protect nerve cells. As you learn or practice any activity, the brain “myelinates” a pathway associated with that new skill—physically changing its structure so it can adapt to demands. Without adequate B12, this process doesn’t work as efficiently.

Possible Health Benefits of Supplementing with Cyanocobalamin

  • Slow or prevent Alzheimer’s disease
  • Boost mood and the immune system
  • (Possibly) help prevent heart disease, diabetes, kidney disease, and even cancer
  • Prevent broken bones and use as an adjunct therapy in the treatment of osteoporosis
  • Help COPD patients to exercise longer
  • Treat psoriasis and eczema
  • Vitamin B12 injections can help prevent complications after surgery

A Safe, Effective Way to Obtain Essential B12

Whether you’re on a vegan or vegetarian diet, and you want to supplement to make sure you’ve covered all your bases, or you want to fortify your metabolic health, you can trust Xjus’s formula to help you feel vital, energized, and ready for anything.

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