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Vitamin B12 Prescriptions Vs. Boosters

Distinguishing Between B12 Prescriptions and Boosters: Unveiling the Contrast.

In summary, B12 prescriptions are reserved for cases of documented deficiency and are administered based on medical evaluation therefore, only General Practitioners (GPs), Independent Nurse Prescribers, Pharmacists with Independent Prescribing Rights are able to personally write a prescription.

However, B12 booster shots are intended to support overall health and wellness, particularly in individuals who may not have a clinically significant deficiency to help with overall health. This can be organised though a trained therapist with the correct training and certifications.

Authorized Qualifications for Legally Providing Booster Shots

The eligibility criteria for undergoing a training course that legally permits the provision and administration of booster shots are as follows:

1.  Individuals possessing an NVQ Level 3 Beauty qualification or its equivalent.

2.  Registered Nurses or Dental Nurses with relevant certifications.

3.  Licensed Medical Doctors, Dentists, or Dental Practitioners with a valid GDC number.

4.  Pharmacists with appropriate professional credentials.

5.  Those with a Level 4 Micropigmentation qualification accompanied by a Level 3 Anatomy and Physiology certification.

These outlined qualifications ensure that candidates have the requisite knowledge and expertise to safely and responsibly offer booster shot services to clients.


At MobileB12, we want to clarify our stance regarding B12 booster shots and their intended use. We want to emphasize that we do not make any assertions aimed at promoting the benefits of B12 booster shots to the general public. The products available for purchase on our platform are specifically designed for professional use by trained therapists.

It's important to note that we do not engage in any form of advertising, either directly or indirectly, on various media platforms to address B12 deficiencies through treatments. Our focus is not on serving the general public with prescription medications.


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B12 Boosters:

This term is designed to promote general well-being and vitality, specifically for individuals without pronounced deficiency. While not replacing medical interventions for diagnosed deficiencies, these boosters can contribute to overall health. It is advised to administer boosters under the supervision of qualified professionals to ensure safety and effectiveness.

These boosters are administered to enhance energy levels, support overall well-being, and potentially improve cognitive function. B12 boosters are typically offered by healthcare professionals, wellness clinics, or certified administrators.

It's important to note that B12 boosters are not meant to replace medical treatment for diagnosed deficiencies; rather, they are intended to provide a supplemental boost for individuals seeking general vitality. These products should only be purchased by certified vitamin administrators.

B12 Prescriptions:

Vitamin B12 prescriptions are typically recommended when a medical professional identifies a deficiency that requires specific attention. These prescriptions are often given to individuals with documented low B12 levels, which can result from conditions such as pernicious anemia, gastrointestinal disorders, or other medical factors.

Medical practitioners carefully evaluate an individual's B12 status through blood tests before determining the necessity of a prescription. In such cases, B12 is administered through injections or oral supplements under the supervision of a healthcare provider.


A diagnosis of vitamin B12 or folate deficiency anaemia can often be made by a GP based on your symptoms and the results of blood tests.