Cynohst (Cyanocobalamin) is a Vitamin B12 injection that is administered via injections. Vitamin B12 is essential for the health of your body’s blood and nerve cells, as well as for the proper replication of DNA. People with pernicious anemia or other medical disorders may benefit from receiving this vitamin B12 injection, which has been shown to boost absorption of the vitamin over the course of a few weeks when compared to oral vitamin B12.
The deficit can occur as a result of pernicious anemia, following stomach removal surgery, with fish tapeworm, or as a result of bowel cancer, among other things. When it comes to treating vitamin B 12 deficiency, it is less favoured than hydroxocobalamin. It can be taken orally, injected into a muscle, or used topically via a nasal spray.
Cyanocobalamin is a vitamin that is generally well tolerated by humans. Minor adverse effects such as diarrhea and itching are possible. Anaphylaxis, low potassium levels in the blood, and heart failure are all serious adverse effects that might occur. Individuals who are allergic to cobalt or who have Leber’s illness should avoid using this product. Vitamin B 12 is an essential nutrient, which means that it cannot be synthesized by the body yet is necessary for survival.
The first commercially available cyanocobalamin was produced in the 1940s.