Nerve Renew refers to a natural supplement from the Neuropathy Treatment Group. Its primary function is to help treat the pain caused by neuropathy. It has been well researched on and tested to prove its effectiveness in NervePainTreatment. The formula contains a combination of B vitamins that have been clinically proven to help with nerve pain. The Lipoic acid that is in a stabilized form is also present in the formula, as well as antioxidants and many other herbal extracts to improve the health of anyone taking the supplement even further.
The science behind Nerve Renew formula
As mentioned earlier, Vitamin B is used in most of the products that are
commonly used to relieve neuropathy. Vitamin B1 cannot be absorbed by the body easily, and a majority of what we consume of it passes through the body as urine. This means that the thiamine used will not work efficiently as a relief for nerve pain.
Nerve Renew, on the other hand, uses benfotiamine for the same effect. It is a type of vitamin B which has an open ring structure, giving it the ability to pass directly through the cell membrane. It has been proven more effective up to 3.6 times compared to the usual supplements. Unlike thiamine, benfotiamine is non-toxic to the human body.
Methylcobalamin or B12
Cyanocobalamin, a form of vitamin B12, is found in common neuropathic relievers. Nerve Renew, on the other hand, uses methylcobalamin, another form of vitamin B12. Methylcobalamin has been proven scientifically to be more effective compared to cyanocobalamin when it comes to the synthesis of proteins and regeneration of nerves. Nerve Renew has 4000mcg B12 and a 66,664% rating for daily value, helping to generate nerves rapidly if used on a daily basis.
R-Alpha Lipoic Acid
R-Alpha Lipoic Acid refers to an antioxidant that is soluble in both water and fat. It acts as a catalyst, enhancing the cell organelles function that transports and distributes glucose as per the requirement of the body. It is among the most vital substances having the uncanny ability of self-regeneration.