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Dr Enlander's Hepapressin

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by Aerose91, Aug 7, 2014.

  1. Aerose91

    Aerose91 Senior Member

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    I've been seeing Dr Enlander for about a year but but have moved on to other doctors as well in that time. I am, however, still taking weekly Hepapressin shots. I looked at what's in them though and have some questions.

    Hepapressin
    Glutathione
    Folic acid
    B12
    Trace minerals
    Calcium/magnesium

    I was under the impression that folic acid is not recommended for us. That it's artificial and has basically no benefit. Am I reading these wrong and supposed to assume that it's methyl-folate? What's the point of regular folic acid and regular b12 if mine is already high

     
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  2. denlander

    denlander

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    Hi Aerose91
    The Hepapressin complex formula contains Methylcobolamine not cyanocobolamine (B12) and follinic acid among other methylation amino acids required in the methylation cycle. High B12 levels result from the methylcobolamine which press the methylation cycle according to our work with the late Rich Von Konyngberg.
     
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  3. Aerose91

    Aerose91 Senior Member

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    Thanks. I had high b12 before ever starting them but was wondering about the ingredients.
     

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