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    Default VITAL NUTRIENTS - Do More than Supply the Body's Nutritional Requirements

    Warning, the contents of studies in Rats may upset those sensitive to reading about such.

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    Vitamins


    Vitamin B12


    In rat and human research studies Vitamin B12 has long been shown to have pain relieving properties.

    In numerous rat research studies, B12 has lowered damage to the brain, and lowering seizure activity after toxic injury in rats.

    In addition it has shown promise in reducing damage from concussion.

    B12 and B6 together were found to reduce nerve and joint pain in rats due to mechanical injury.

    https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/a...in-b-back-pain

    B1, B6, and B12 together reduced nerve pain from back nerve injury in rats.

    https://www.sciencedirect.com/scienc...24320512004535
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    https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/a...in-b-back-pain

    For pain and in support of healing in nerve damage in back injuries.

    https://www.amazon.com/Trace-Mineral...ateway&sr=8-11

    Dose: (1) drop from a needle-syringe every other day from this 1000 mcg. liquid B 12 source.

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    Methylcobalamin vs. Cyanocobalamin

    https://www.prohealth.com/library/me...isease-2-11594

    In aging:

    The most common form of vitamin B12 is called cyanocobalamin. However, over the last ten years, a number of central and peripheral neurological diseases have been linked to a deficiency of a very specific cobalamin, the methylcobalamin form, that is required to protect against neurological diseases and aging. The liver converts a small amount of cyanocobalamin into methylcobalamin within the body, but larger amounts of methylcobalamin are necessary to correct neurological defects and protect against aging.

    Nerve regeneration in laboratory rats:

    a study in the Journal of Neurological Science postulated that methylcobalamin could increase protein synthesis and help regenerate nerves. The scientists showed that very high doses of methylcobalamin produce nerve regeneration in laboratory rats.
    This isn't in insinuate that a squirrel with a broken spin will walk again, yet it does lend to supporting healing of nerve tissue and pain reduction

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    If you are presently using a boo ball recipe without rodent block included, in place of the B vitamins in rodent block formulas.

    https://www.pureencapsulations.com/m...mplex_Plus.pdf

    This source needs to be reduced of course. To do that sufficiently, it will need to be divided 6 times.

    This is done by dividing the total powder in the one capsule of this source ONLY, in half, six times over.

    Divide it then by two, then the one half by two, then that one half by two, then that one half by 2,

    then that one half by two, then that one half by two.

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    An easier way to use this same source would be to divide the capsule powder just once in two, to then add to an 8 day Boo ball type recipe,

    OR

    add the contents of a whole capsule to a 16 day recipe, then no dividing of the powder contents would be necessary.

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    Diggie has anyone told you today how amazing you are! Thank you SO MUCH for sharing this information. 💜🐿☮️

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    The old standard of Cyanocobalmin included in rodent block sources has been found to be wanting as to being supportive of neurological health, for once metabolized it doesn't sufficient B-12 to the body.

    The bio active forms Vitamin of B-12, methylcobalamin and adenocobalmin have been found to be optimal for supporting health.

    https://www.b12-vitamin.com/methylcobalamin/

    https://www.researchgate.net/profile...ication_detail

    Conclusion: This study suggests that vitamin B12 therapy may reduce epileptic seizures and post-seizure neuronal damage.
    https://www.pureencapsulations.com/m...mplex_Plus.pdf

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    Heh, figures I come in here and see this thread jump out. Yesterday I actually caught the neuro squirrel I mentioned somewhere a couple of months back. I thought it had been hit on the head with falling snow/ice. Saw it, then no more, figured a hawk or the foxes or a cat got it, then saw it again a few days ago? And then yesterday there he was, eating green maple seeds by the chicken pen. He didn't move off when he saw me, so I got the idea I might be able to pop a cage over him. Went back up the hill for a cage, came back, he started this weird jumping-jerking-dragging himself away. He can jump 2 feet straight up in the air, but has trouble climbing. The other times I've seen him he always moved faster than me but for some reason not this time. I may have been more surprised than he was when I got him. . .

    Maneuvered the cage to a flat place by the corral fence and weighted the top with firewood. Now what? Figured I could move Navvy's PR cage to a less stressful location and get him in there, but had/have a LOT on my agenda with Easter etc. Gathered him more maple seeds and left him alone. When I came back he was pretty stressed. I don't think he thought much about the seeds with being trapped and vulnerable. . .

    Within the hour some annoying neighborhood kids showed up. Nice weather, no school, they naturally came to "the farm" as we're known because of the animals. Of course the one heads right down to where the squirrel is. I'm working near the back of the house but can see him see the cage and make a beeline for it. I yell down "Stay away from that." A minute later one of the other ones says "Let's go" or whatever. Good.. . .

    But now I'm a bit worried they'll mention it to their parents or whoever and someone will want to investigate. No idea if he jumped around and the kids saw him or if they would even have a clue that he had issues but I DON'T need MYOB people thinking I have a "rabid" squirrel. I have learned to be paranoid about buttinskies.

    So I let him out. I figure if he's survived the winter and the predators thus far he doesn't need me trying to help him and possibly hurt him more. I did video him on my phone in case somehow I could let people here see it (I am clueless about all that stuff) but it probably doesn't matter now. I can't imagine he'll let me anywhere near that close again after catching him once. Plus I'd still be weighing the cost/benefit of caging him to attempt any aid like B12.

    I don't usually name things, but came to think of him as Rooster. As in Cogburn. Definitely has True Grit.

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