Vitamin B Complex Injections

Vitamin B Complex is a combination of the eight B vitamins – B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, and B12. B vitamins are crucial to our overall health, most noticeably our levels of energy. Consult with us on the best way to treat your body with a Vitamin B Complex injection.

Vitamin B Complex offers many benefits to our bodies. It keeps us operating at our healthiest. Proper levels of Vitamin B complex are linked to:

  • prevention of memory loss
  • aids in turning food into fuel
  • promotes healthy hair and skin
  • treats recurrence and severity of migraines

Vitamin injections are a safe and effective method of delivery for these essential vitamins.

What is a B complex injection composed of?

A Vitamin B complex injection will contain the following:

  • Vitamin B1 | Thiamine
    B1 aids in the body’s creation of new cells. It is known to help protect the immune system.
  • Vitamin B2 | Riboflavin
    B2 is an antioxidant – helping to prevent disease within the body. It is also important for the production of red blood cells which help move oxygen throughout the body.
  • Vitamin B3 | Niacin
    Niacin helps boost “good cholesterol” in the body, which in turn means lower amounts of “bad cholesterol”. Niacin can help keep our skin healthy and clear.
  • Vitamin B5 | Pantothenic Acid
    Pantothenic acid helps fuel our body by converting food into energy. It is responsible for such benefits as anti-aging properties, clear and healthy skin, and even for hormones related to both sex and stress, such as testosterone.
  • Vitamin B6 | Pyridoxine
    By helping the body produce stress hormones such as norepinephrine, serotonin and melatonin, pyridoxine helps regulate our mood and sleep. It also plays a role in helping reduce inflammation.
  • Vitamin B7 | Biotin
    Biotin is the vitamin that helps keep our hair, skin, and nails in good health. It is recommended for women who are pregnant because it aids in healthy development of the baby. It is also known to help control diabetes glucose levels for people who are diabetic.
  • Vitamin B9 | Folate
    Folate, also known as folic acid, aids with depression and loss of memory.  This is another vitamin that is particularly helpful to women who are pregnant, helping to prevent neurological birth defects and helping with the healthy development of the baby.
  • Vitamin B 12 | Cobalamin
    Cobalamin works in conjuction with B9. Together, they assist in the production of red blood cells and help iron to produce hemoglobin, the protein that carries oxygen. Strict vegans and vegetarians are often deficit in B12, as it is primarily found in animal products. Low B 12 has been linked to such ailments as anemia and fatigue.