So if you’ve read and heard about the great things MB12 can do for some children with ASD you may be interested in knowing that there are non-prescription items on market you can try out if you like. You may want to know more about your child’s case before doing so however, some children are over-methylators and therefore you will either get no effect or an adverse effect. However, MB12 is safe and if you find yourself unhappy with the results simply stop taking them.
We did order the Lozengers for our oldest son for now to give it a try and my husband, who has Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (we’ve read this also treats those symptoms) will also be taking them. Even I will be trying it. At times I’m forgetful, foggy-minded and have a hard time focusing. In a way it almost makes me feel like I’m even more close to Finn by taking something similar myself.
The shots however are the quickest and most effective way to receive MB12 and therefore is the best option for treating Finn.
Here are some alternative ways to get your MB12…