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BEST BEFORE: 08.05.2025
D ribose is very safe stuff- it would be difficult to overdose with it – but it can knock you out of ketosis as it is a sugar.
PLEASE NOTE: Maximum purchase of two vials only.
Scroll down for info on how to give yourself a B12 injection.
PLEASE NOTE: Maximum purchase of two packages only.
Giving yourself a B12 injection
Use a 0.5 disposable insulin syringe. The needle is very fine and this makes for a virtually painless injection. Take off the protective white cap over the plunger and the orange cap over the needle. The plunger is set at 0.05ml, so push this down so there is no air in the barrel of the syringe. Remove only the silver circle cover over the B12 bottle, push the needle through the rubber seal and draw up 0.5ml of the pink B12.
You can inject in several different sites. Start with the roll of fat round the tummy button that everyone has when they sit down. This is where most diabetics inject. The muscle of the leg between the knee and the hip (your lap) is fine, as is the upper outer quadrant of the buttock. Hold the syringe like a dart, rest the needle against the skin at 90˚ (right angles) to the skin, push hard, bit harder, until suddenly the needle slides through. Go to the nub of the needle so it can go no further. Inject slowly over say 30 seconds then withdraw the needle.
Wait for one minute then massage the area of injection gently for FIVE MINUTES to disperse the B12. DISPOSE OF THE SYRINGE AND NEEDLE SAFELY USING THE SAFE-CLIP - DO NOT REUSE NEEDLES!
Please note- does not dissolve very well.
Expiry Date 16.03.2025
Best Before: 31.03.22025
USE BY: 31.03.2025