NERVEOLOGY NERVE SUPPORT COMPLEX

Maximum Strength Peripheral Neuropathy & Diabetic Nerve Pain Formula


  • 21 Powerful pain reducing and nerve repairing ingredients
  • Nerveology helps reduce the chronic-pain, burning and discomfort associated with damaged nerves and peripheral neuropathy
  • Specially formulated with clinically proven B Vitamins, including B1 as Benfotiamine and B12 as Methylcobalamin
  • Nerveology contains Stabilized R-Alpha Lipoic Acid (R-ALA), the powerful antioxidant shown to be many times more effective than basic Alpha Lipoic Acid at easing the burning, pain, and numbness
  • Boost Blood-Flow and Reduce Pain with non-habit forming Corydalis Root, a key component to our unique formula
  • The highly-studied Turmeric Curcumin is included to aid in the increase of blood-flow and circulation
  • Nerveology includes Spirulina Blue-Green Algae, a rich source of Omega-3 essential for Nerve Health and Regeneration

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  • Nerveology Nerve Support Complex

    Nerveology was developed after years of research into all-natural, drug free, alternatives to reduce pain, repair damaged nerves increase blood flow and circulation and support the building of stronger, healthier nerves.

    The groundbreaking formula contains 21 powerful pain reducing and nerve repairing ingredients. Nerve°logy Nerve Support Complex is a powerful all-natural supplement specially formulated with clinically proven forms of B vitamins, stabilized R-Alpha Lipoic Acid, Corydalis, Spirulina Blue-Green Algae, Turmeric Curcumin and L-Carnitine Tartrate. No other formula ever created has the potency and unique combination of proven ingredients. Our formula can help to eliminate the need for pain killers, anti-depressants, pharmaceutical drugs, costly injections or time consuming clinic visits. Don't let another day go by suffering with the chronic-pain, burning and discomfort associated with damaged nerves and Peripheral Neuropathy.

    Not All B Vitamins Are Created Equal

    Most neuropathy formulas fail to be effective because they don't contain the correct ingredients in the correct proportions. A surprising amount of brands use "ordinary" forms of Vitamin 81 and 812. The most commonly used form of Vitamin B1 is Thiamine. The downfall with Thiamine is that it is water-soluble causing your body to flush it out within 4 to 5 hours. To make matters worse, B12 is essential to a properly functioning nervous system as it helps maintain the myelin sheath which protects the nerve cells. The common form of Vitamin 812, Cyanocobalamin, has an absorption rate as little as A1/2 to 1%.
    This makes it almost impossible to get an effective amount of this critical vitamin. To make matters worse, the body then needs to convert Cyanocobalamin to a form of vitamin B12 the body can use called Methylcobalamin.
    As we age this conversion problem becomes much harder for our bodies to perform causing physicians to recommend that neuropathy sufferers get monthly injections of vitamin B12 to keep sufficient levels of this vital nutrient.
    We only use high quality, well-researched ingredients that are sourced from across the globe with testing to insure potency and quality standards. With ingredients shown in clinical studies to reduce the pain, burning and discomfort associated with peripheral neuropathy, no other formula has the potency and unique combination of proven ingredients.

    While most other brands use the most inexepensive and least effective form of Alpha Lipoic Add, we use Stabilized R-Alpha Lipoic Acid which

    Living with nerve pain can have a tremendously negative impact on the quality of your life.

    It is estimated that more than 20 million Americans suffer with some form of peripheral nerve damage. This is a form of "sensory nerve damage" and is most often brought on by diabetes, chemotherapy, hypertension, or the aging process. The most common symptoms are pain, sensitivity, numbness, tingling or prickling, burning and balance issues.
    As much as 70% of diabetes sufferers have some form of "Peripheral Neuropathy." This impacts both men and women and most don't even realize they have it when they first begin experiencing tingling and numbness in their toes and feet. This progresses to a burning feeling in the feet and hands. Unfortunately, the symptoms worsen over time, eventually making it too painful to walk and sleep at night.

    * These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

    Don't suffer another day with the burning, pins and needles, numbness and pain caused by neuropathy. Nerveology can help eliminate the pain, repair nerves and bring back the quality in your life!

    The Strongest Nerve Pain Formula Available Today!

    • Reduce Numbness & Tingling in Hands, Feet and Legs
    • Minimize Pain & Burning Sensations.
    • Nerves & Nerve Linings
    • Less Stress & Anxiety
    • Balance & Cordination

    While most brands use the less effective and inexpensive form of Alpha Lipoic Acid (S-A,A), Nerveology contains Standardized R-Alpha Lipoic Acid (R-ALA), many times more effective than S-ALA, it is a powerful antioxidant hailed for its ability to ease burning, pain, and numbness.

  • Nerveology Nerve Support Complex

    NERVEOLOGY NERVE SUPPORT COMPLEX is proudly made in the USA from the highest quality ingredients according to cGMP regulations.

    Nerve Support Complex is a daily supplement (60 capsules, 30-day-supply). As a dietary supplement, take two capsules daily, one in the morning and one at night. If you experience stomach sensitivity, take each dosage with a meal.

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    Donald M. 12/19/2017

    I have recently switched to Nerveology from Nerventax. It is early in the game, but I do think that Nerveology is producing better results that Nervantrax was.

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    Carol Y. 09/13/2017

    I am happy to report that Nerveology has helped me a ton. The burning has gone away! I still have some numbness but it is much more manageable now. Thank You!

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    Finally getting some much needed sleep
    Carolyn T. 07/27/2017

    For years, my neuropathy prevented me from sleeping through the night. Thankfully, I started searching one night online and decided to try Nerveology’s Nerve Support Complex in hopes it would help. I didn’t have high expectations as I have tried so many others. But, to my surprise the pain burning pain in my feet have started to go away. I am finally getting some sleep again. It is a wonderful surprise to finally have found some relief. Thank You!

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    R-ALA and Benfotiamine
    Bonnie S. 06/30/2017

    Every article I read said you need to make sure to take R-ALA and Benfotiamine. Nerveology's Nerve Support Complex has these and in good amounts. I have been taking this and it helped me get feeling back in my toes.

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    Joyce N. 06/05/2017

    When I first started looking into this product I had compared them to other brands online. I was impressed to see that they had all the best ingredients. Others had just a couple but no one I found had as many of the ingredients as Nerveology. Happy to have found this one.

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    Started feeling improvement within the first week
    Joana M. 05/24/2017

    I am not one to purchase anything without doing my diligence. I researched heavily and decided on your Nerve Support Formula. I started feeling improvement within the first week. I have been taking it regularly for the last couple of months and the pain in my feet has almost completely vanished. I am so grateful.

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    Ann S. 05/11/2017

    Life changing. Seriously, this product changed my life. Great results after only two weeks!

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    Susanne L. 02/15/2017

    Even my doctor was impressed by how much better I feel and how less sensitive my hands and feet are after using this product.

  • Nerveology Nerve Support Complex

    What is Neuropathy?

    Neuropathy, commonly referred to as nerve pain, affects about 2.4% of Americans and over 8% of people over the age of 55. Diabetes, brought on when blood glucose levels become too high, is the leading cause of neuropathy. The American Diabetes Association has reported that approximately 26 percent of those suffering from type 2 diabetes experience neuropathic pain. A 2012 report in the journal Pain has reported that neuropathic pain impacts between 19 to 39 percent of cancer patients.

    Neuropathy damages the nerves which send messages between your brain and the rest of your body. This impact to the central nervous system leads to tingling, numbness and a burning sensation which starts in the in the feet and toes and spreads to the hands.

    How often should I take Nerve Support Complex?

    Take two capsules daily, one capsule in the morning and one at night. You can take it on an empty stomach or between meals.

    Can I take this with a daily multivitamin?

    Yes, but as Nerveology Nerve Support Complex has a potent dose of essential vitamins, we recommend speaking with your doctor before adding this or any new supplements to your routine.

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    At Nerveology, there is nothing more important to us than our customers. We strive to provide the highest quality, most effective, and natural products available anywhere. We take our commitment to our customers with the utmost seriousness. That is why we offer an unrivaled industry-leading guarantee.

    100% Satisfaction or Your Money Back

    We want you to be 100% satisfied with each purchase and not feel rushed to decide if our products are right for you. To best support you, we offer an industry-leading, no-hassle, guarantee. If for any reason you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, return the product, within 90-days, for a complete refund.

    Pursuit of Excellence

    At Nerveology, we pursue nothing less than absolute excellence in the products we manufacture. All of our products are made in the United States, in FDA registered labs, and under the strictest of GMP standards. Our dedicated pursuit of excellence is what drives us to ensure that only the highest quality ingredients are used in each of our products. We rigorously test every batch to ensure it is pure, potent, and safe.

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