GREAT NEWS - Our B12 Shots can now be taken Bi-Monthly!

For those who love our Vitamin B12 shots, we've approved a new protocol that allows recipients to receive a dose every 14 days.

Regular Vitamin B12 recipients have reported :


  • Improved energy and stamina
  • Improved sleep quality and duration
  • Less frequent headaches and allergy attacks

The amount of B12 per dose remains the same as before. But, now you can take it twice per month.

The price remains $20 with every 5th shot FREE!

Within a couple of days of receiving a B12 injection, many people experience an increase in their energy level and stamina. Vitamin B12 is the only vitamin not reliably absorbed by the stomach or intestinal tract, so an injectable form of the vitamin was developed. Common benefits reported by participants include improved sleep, reduced allergies, reduced stress and depression, improved mood, and less frequent or severe headaches. Vitamin B12 injections contribute to healthier immune systems, and is an essential B vitamin needed to form red blood cells and for proper brain and spinal cord function.

Our Vitamin B12 service offers bi-monthly injections of Vitamin B12 at the work site or at one of our 3 convenient mid-south offices. The cost is $20 per shot with every 5th shot free! A minimum of ten people are required for an on-site appointment where a registered nurse will visit your facility to administer the shots. Or, you can drop into one of our 3 convenient mid-south offices for a dose of Vitamin B12!

Facts About Vitamin B12

  • As we grow older, we often have more difficulty absorbing vitamin B12 from food. In fact, a vitamin-B12 deficiency is one of the most common deficiencies. 85 percent of us come up short of the necessary B12 from our diet.
  • Absorption of B12 in food requires a substance from our stomachs called intrinsic factor, the production of which decreases with age. In fact, The American College of Physicians assumes that no one has intrinsic factor past age 70.
  • Vitamin B12 shots are most effective when taken at regular intervals (monthly or every 14 days). A regular schedule to receive the injections can be customized to each individual.
  • People with chronic fatigue or anemia require regular injections of vitamin B12 because the oral form is not dependable.
  • Some redness and swelling at the injection site may occur. This should start to get better within forty-eight (48) hours.
  • Sensitivity to cobalt and/or vitamin B12 is a contraindication.
  • People with chronic liver and/or kidney dysfunction should not take frequent B12 injections.