Magnesium and B12 injections - what to do if you get better with them?

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If you get a good response to magnesium and/or B12, then adjust the frequency of injections according to your response. I suggest initially going to injections every two weeks then gradually spacing them out further. Some people seem to need a regular injection of magnesium in order to stay well. One can be flexible with dosing - a stressful time may require one a week, easy time, one a month. It is virtually impossible to overdose with either B12 or magnesium - one injection of magnesium only contains one third of the recommended daily amount - indeed it surprises me that such a small amount can have such a large effect.

With B12, studies have been done involving patients injecting themselves with 15mgs daily with no side effects. This demonstrates how safe B12 is.


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