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Has Anyone Tried NuMedica's "Nuero Methylation Cream"?

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by chilove, Feb 6, 2013.

  1. chilove

    chilove

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    Hi all,

    I'm wondering if anyone has tried NuMedica's "Nuero Methylation Cream"? I like the idea of a cream since I have digestive issues. I do much better with my LDN precription as a cream vs pills.

    I think it would be way more convenient than multiple supplement bottles as well.

    I havent been able to find amounts but here are the ingredients:

    Folate (as 5-methyl tetrahydrofolate)
    Vitamin B-12 (as hydroxocobalamin)
    Vitamin B-12 (as methylcobalamin)
    Vitamin B-6 (as pyridoxal-5'-phosphate)
    Vitamin D (natural)
     
  2. IreneF

    IreneF Senior Member

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    Are you supposed to eat it?
     
  3. perchance dreamer

    perchance dreamer Senior Member

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    I use the NuMedica Neuro Methylation Cream when I'm away from home. I do well with it. It does have a red color, which fades some, but not entirely after you rub it in.

    It's the same formula as Neurobiologix Neuro Immune Stabilizer Topical Cream, which is formulated by Kendal Stewart:

    http://www.neurobiologix.com/Neuro-Immune-Stabilizer-B12-B6-Vitamin-D-Cream-p/46.htm

    Ordinarily, I use a compounded cream he prescribed with the same ingredients as the Stabilizer Cream, but without the Vitamin D. I prefer to dose Vitamin D separately from the cream. However, the compounded version has to be kept in the fridge, so I use the other cream when I'm not at home.
     
  4. chilove

    chilove

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    No, it's a transdermal cream
     

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