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Mecobin Plus ALA capsule

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The peripheral nervous system is made up of other nerves that connect the brain and spinal cord to the rest of the body. It functions to send messages to and from the central nervous system allowing the body to respond to stimulators such as pain. Peripheral neuropathy occurs when the peripheral nerves are damaged, interfering with the sensory messages causing numbness or pain at the affected nerves.

There are numerous causes of neuropathy with diabetes being one of the common causes where nerves are damaged due to periods of exposure to high amounts of sugar in the blood and nearly 60% diabetes patients experience some form of nerve damage. These excess sugar molecules forms a bond with a protein or lipid molecule in a reaction termed glycation that directly damages nerves in the body. Hyperglycemia also decreases blood circulation and leads to poor recovery in nerves. Other more common causes include:
• Trauma/accident that leads to nerve damage
• Nutritional deficiency e.g. Vitamin B12 caused by poor intake or certain conditions such as pernicious anaemia
• Idiopathic neuropathy (causes unknown) generally occurs among the elderly

Signs and Symptoms
Neuropathy, in general, can affect nerves in any location of the body and presentation of symptoms is based on the type of nerves affected. Peripheral neuropathy usually affects the hands and feet. Common symptoms include:
• Numbness or insensitivity to pain or temperature
• Tingling, burning, or pin prick sensations
• Sharp pains or cramps
• Extreme sensitivity to touch, even light touch
• Loss of balance and coordination
• Loss of sensation in the extremities in diabetics can be dangerous as wounds may go unnoticed leading to further infection of what could have possibly been a minor wound.

Benefits of Mecobin Plus ALA
• Natural antioxidant source, prevents free radical damage to nerve and brain cells
• Proper function and development of nerve and cardiac muscle cells
• Synthesis of myelin sheath around nerve cells
• Promotes red blood cell and energy production in the body
• Assists in the metabolism of carbohydrates and fats for energy production

Product details

Recommended Dosage
For general health maintenance in adults, take one (1) capsule daily, preferably before meals. Mecobin Plus ALA is safe for regular consumption. Seek a doctor’s advice if you are on diabetic or thyroid medication. Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding and children should avoid usage as the safety of Methylcobalamin Plus ALA has not been established for these groups.

Ingredients per capsule
Methylcobalamin 500mcg, Alpha Lipoic Acid 150mg, Tricalcium Phosphate and Microcrystalline Cellulose.


  • Shipping Weight: 0.5kgs


This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 14 January, 2017.