Methylcobalamin is an activated, highly bioavailable form of vitamin B12 that does not require intrinsic factor for absorption. Methylcobalamin is the principle circulating form of cobalamin in the body. Its deficiency leads to pernicious anemia.
MethylcobalaminBASE AND STRENGTHS
Methylcobalamin with Gelatin – 0.1%, 1.0% and 5.0%.
Methylcobalamin with Mannitol – 0.1%, 1.0%, 2.0% and 5.0%.
Methylcobalamin with DCP – 0.1%.
Methylcobalamin – Strength Details
Methylcobalamin 0.1% in Gelatin / Mannitol / DCP – Each Kg of powder contains 1gms of Mecobalamin JP
Methylcobalamin 1.0% in Gelatin / Mannitol / DCP – Each Kg of powder contains 10gms of Mecobalamin JP
Methylcobalamin 2.0% in Gelatin / Mannitol / DCP – Each Kg of powder contains 20gms of Mecobalamin JP
Methylcobalamin 5.0% in Gelatin / Mannitol / DCP – Each Kg of powder contains 50gms of Mecobalamin JP
- Available as free flowing granules in different concentrations of 0.1%, 1.0%, 2.0% & 5.0%
- Mixes easily with other ingredients to ensure uniform distribution
- Micro-encapsulated and hence stable
- Available in different packs starting from 1.0 Kg to 25.0 Kg
- Methylcobalamin in Mannitol can be used in liquid preparations
- It is a well-known for the treatment of pernicious anemia
- It helps in pain relief for patients suffering from degenerative diseases such as arthritis and Alzheimer’s disease
- Alleviates peripheral neuropathy
- Reduces the symptoms of diabetic neuropathy
- Used in preliminary treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
- Help in reduction of homocysteine levels in hyperhomocysteinemia
- It used as a neuropathic pain reliever
- Methylcobalamin is mainly used in anaemic and neurological preparations.
- Used in dietary supplements