Definitions for "vitamin B12"
a B vitamin that is used to treat pernicious anemia.
A vitamin that is needed to make red blood cells and DNA (the genetic material in cells) and to keep nerve cells healthy. It is found in eggs, meat, poultry, shellfish, milk, and milk products. Vitamin B
Vitamin B12 is touted as a treatment for tiredness. It is used to treat pernicious anemia as well. Jo Anne Brasel, M.D. noted that some women who cannot conceive-and for whom no medical reason can be found-may be deficient in B12.
Vitamin B12 provides appreciable reinforcement to muscle levels. It is a tonic against fatigue, it increases the content of red corpuscles in the blood and it effectively fights muscular pain.
As A Treatment"...When vitamin B12 is being used for its pharmacological effects, as in the treatment of fatigue, Bell's palsy, diabetic neuropathy, subdeltoid bursitis, or asthma, intramuscular injections appear to be preferable to oral administration..."
Keywords:  cobalimin, see
See Cobalimin.
Keywords:  dog, enzymes, proper, aid, growth
Dog Food ] Vitamin B12 is a source of enzymes that aid in proper growth.