A guy here at the cubicle farm has started taking Neurobion (essentially a mix of B1 + B6 + B12 vitamins if I understand correctly) and claims significant relief to his diagnosed case of neuropathy (pain/tingling in his feet/legs; I may have the terminology incorrect).
He is from India and familiar/comfortable with alternative medical approaches. (Siblings are Doctors in India.) The little I found on the net says this drug is widely used everywhere but the U.S. (It did mention one place using for neuropathy.)
My interest is related to my 81 year old father who has diabetic neuropathy and who struggles to walk with a walker. Would I be crazy to get some of this and have him try it? (In Texas it can only be found in the Mexican food isle of Fiesta Supermarkets. ??)
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