• #3-4. B vitamins acting on the nervous, cardiovascular and hematopoietic systems



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    Furthermore, cobalamin has been registered as an insurance-covered treatment for peripheral neuralgia, etc., as it helps generate and maintain myelin sheath and alleviate symptoms of peripheral neuropathy.


    It is also known to prevent cancers because of its contribution to maintaining the methylation that repairs DNA damages.



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    It is advised to supplement folic acid concurrently with cobalamin.


    Both folic acid and vitamin B12 are essential to chemical reactions in the brain, and deficiency of either vitamin can lead to deficiency of the other.


    In a cobalamin deficiency state, for example, cobalamin deficiency of the cranial nerves cannot be corrected with folic acid alone, and on the contrary, this may aggravate cranial neurological symptoms.


    The properties of B vitamins were looked into as above in this issue.


    If we have a good grasp of characteristics of energy as well as nervous, cardiovascular and hematopoietic systems, which are described earlier, and use B vitamins in harmony, they will be able to be established as the vitamins that invigorate the body.



    Figure 4. Types of cobalmin



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