Lipo Vitamin D Vegetetal Santé - With Sources of Omega 3, 6, 9

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Natural Vitamin D (Cladonia Rangiferina) of vegetal origin, in vegetal oils of Evening Primrose, Borage, Cumin, Flax. The synergistic action of these precious oils ensures the supply of Omega 3, 6, 9 as well as greatly increasing the absorption of Vitamin D.

✔️ Contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system.
✔️ Supports the health of teeth, bones, skin and joints.
✔️ Helps develop and maintain strong muscles.
✔️ Useful in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis
✔️ Promotes the absorption of phosphorus and calcium in the bones, preventing osteoporosis.
✔️ Contributes to the maintenance of normal muscle functions.
✔️ Protects blood vessels and cardiovascular system.

Characteristic: Formulation in vegetable oils which greatly increase the absorption of Vitamin D with the contribution of Omega 3,6,9.
Contents: Glass format with 50 ml graduated dropper.
How to use: The recommended dose is 1 gram per day (approximately 1 ml). Intake 2000 IU of Vitamin D.
Intake: During lunch. Ready to use.

Lipo Natural Vitamin D Santé 50 ml

..Enriched With Precious Vegetable Oils, Natural Sources of Omega 3, 6, 9..

Vitamin D Protects the body from infectious or viral diseases. It has been shown that it contributes to normal muscle function by increasing muscle tone and physical strength, to the good health of teeth, protecting them from cavities and gingivitis and at a skin level, it improves the condition of the skin, especially acne-prone skin which will be softer and smoother. It also improves mood by lowering stress and reducing the risk of depression. Contributes to the normal function of the immune system.

The main components of this product, in addition to natural Vitamin D extracted from lichen, are very healthy and useful oils for our body, which is why we wanted to include them in this particular formulation:

Borage Oil is a natural source of Omega 6 . It has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant action. It revitalizes dry or oily skin and is useful for combating acne and dermatitis. Rebalancing the hormonal system, it improves problems related to the menstrual cycle and menopause . Boragiine oil promotes the purification of the body. Excellent for cardiovascular well-being and reduces the risks of pathologies related to the heart/artery system. Visibly improves the health of skin and hair.

Evening primrose oil is a natural source of Omega 6 . Evening primrose oil is very famous in skin care. It is useful, for example, against acne, eczema or neurodermatitis. It is also a good anti-aging remedy. It is rich in unsaturated fatty acids, vitamin E and lipids.
Thanks to its particular richness in polyunsaturated fatty acids, and in particular GLA, evening primrose oil is proposed as a food supplement for the treatment of various conditions, including: premenstrual syndrome, atopic dermatitis, rheumatoid arthritis, breast pain associated with the menstrual cycle, menopausal symptoms, diabetes and coronary heart disease.

Linseed Oil Natural source of Omega 3 . Flaxseed oil has anti-inflammatory, anti-atherogenic, anti-thrombotic and anti-proliferative properties.
It is used in the prevention and treatment of constipation, dyslipidemia, hypertension and cardiovascular complications.
Recent studies have also demonstrated its usefulness in the management of complex pathologies, such as autoimmune diseases and cancer.
The biological properties of flaxseed oil can clearly be traced back to the presence of ALA, progenitor of the essential fatty acids of the Omega 3 series, known for their strong anti-inflammatory and immunoregulatory activities.

Cumin Oil Natural source of Omega 9 . Cumin fruits contain an essential oil with antispasmodic activity on the digestive and digestive tract, capable of reducing the formation of gas bubbles (even in newborns). Cumin is therefore used in cases of aerophagia, meteorism and flatulence.
Popular tradition also ascribes emmenagogue and galactagogue properties to cumin.
In folk medicine, cumin is used as a remedy for digestive disorders, diarrhea and colic.
In Indian medicine, however, cumin is used in the treatment of leprosy, eye disorders, diarrhea and kidney stones, as well as as an abortifacient remedy.
Cumin is also used in homeopathy with indications for the treatment of flatulence, digestive problems, gastrointestinal pain and intestinal infections. Furthermore, the homeopathic remedy cumin is also used to promote milk secretion in breastfeeding mothers and to promote menstrual flow. In fact, cumin seems to also have galactagogue and emmenagogue properties attributed to it

Vitamin D Important modulator of the Immune System

To date, what are normal serum levels of Vitamin D and what are deficiency or insufficiency levels are not yet univocally and universally defined.

Several organizations consider values ​​equal to or greater than 75 nmol/L (30 ng/mL), measured in late winter or early spring, to be sufficient.

Insufficiency is classified as such when levels fall between 50 and 74 nmol/L (20-29 ng/mL), while deficiency is defined by values ​​below 50 nmol/L.

From a genomic point of view, there is a notable difference between individuals, with a personalized response to vitamin D, as demonstrated by two important studies.

It is in the kidneys that the final transformation into 1,25(OH)D3 occurs (starting from irradiation of the skin or food), the form in which vitamin D exerts its endocrine action.

One of the hypothetical explanations for the effects of vitamin D on autoimmune diseases is immune suppression and its action on B lymphocytes.

In fact, vitamin D inhibits the formation of plasma cells and induces apoptosis, both in these cells and in activated B lymphocytes, also increasing the production of IL-10, which has anti-inflammatory activity.

By controlling the action of cytokines mediated by B cells and their transformation into plasma cells, vitamin D reduces the production of autoantibodies, thus reducing the risk of autoimmune disorders.

From a genomic perspective, there is a notable difference between individuals, with a personalized response to vitamin D, as demonstrated by two major randomized clinical trials.

Pharmacological and Biological Properties of Black Cumin

This plant has been used since ancient times, well before the scientific approach to medicinal plants in the treatment of various conditions and diseases was developed.

Black cumin is used in traditional medicine systems for several conditions that include asthma, fever, cough, chest congestion, chronic headache and back pain.

The health-promoting activity of N. sativa must be traced back to the presence of alkaloids, coumarins, saponins, flavonoids, essential oils and phenols. Furthermore, myristic acid, vitamins and some trace elements are present in the seeds which add value to these medicinal properties.

Pharmacological studies conducted on N. sativa have confirmed its antitussive, antioxidant, hepato-, neuro- and gastroprotective, immunomodulatory, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, spasmolytic and bronchodilator activity. Review of phytochemical constituents and pharmacological properties. J Herb Med. 2021;25:100404.

Cumin and type 2 diabetes

Two meta-analyses showed promising results on the efficacy of black cumin on glucose homeostasis and blood lipids (significant decrease in fasting blood sugar, glycosylated hemoglobin and reactive acid, thiobarbituric acid and increase in total antioxidant capacity, superoxide dismutase and glutathione).

The results suggest that supplementation is a suitable choice in the management of complications of type 2 diabetes (Daryabeygi-Khotbehsara et al. 2017; Heshmati, Namazi 2015). The proposed mechanisms for these activities are the antioxidant effect, on insulin secretion, on glucose absorption, gluconeogenesis and gene expression (Heshmati, Namazi 2015; Kaatabi et al. 2015).

Cumin oil improves total cholesterol, blood pressure, and heart rate (Badar et al. 2017).

Black cumin and Asthma

Preliminary clinical studies indicate the possible therapeutic use of Nigella sativa (black cumin) in some cough and bronchial asthma conditions (Pruthi, 2001).

Taking Cumin Oil twice daily for 4 weeks showed a significant improvement in the mean asthma control test score, a significant reduction in blood eosinophils and an improvement in expiratory volume.

Supplementation improves asthma control with a trend towards improved lung function (Koshak et al. 2017).

Evening primrose oil, extracted from the small seeds, is rich in gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), an omega-6 fatty acid, with anti-inflammatory action. Useful to counteract menstrual cycle disorders and alleviate symptoms, in particular mastodynia.

It is also used, orally, for the treatment of eczematous forms and in particular the associated itching. Polyunsaturated fatty acids are indicated in the treatment and prevention of numerous inflammatory pathologies, including those of an allergic nature.

6 to 8 weeks of therapy are required before obtaining a therapeutic result. The EMA recommends starting therapy with the appropriate dosage: “It is possible that in some patients an improvement in symptoms may be observed only after 8-12 weeks of use. It is then possible to continue with a lower dosage or interrupt the treatment."

Formulation: 50 ml glass bottle with graduated dropper pipette.
How to use : The recommended dose is 1 gram (approximately 1 ml) per day, to be taken during lunch. The product can be taken as it is or diluted in water or another drink.
Warnings: Do not exceed the indicated daily dose. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult your doctor before taking. Do not take if you are allergic to its constituents. Keep out of reach of children.
Ingredients per daily dose (1 gram): Vitamin D (Cladonia Rangiferina), oily solution, TIT. Vitamin D3 2000 IU; Linseed oil (Linum usotatissimum L.) 250 mg; Borage seed oil (Borrago officinalis L.) 250mg; Evening Primrose Oil (Oenothera biennis L.) 250mg; Cumin oil (Cuminum cyminum L.) 250 mg.
Storage instructions : Store away from light and in a cool, dry place. The expiry date refers to the product in intact and correctly stored packaging.


Our texts are for informational purposes, they are not intended as an indication of diagnosis and treatment of pathological states and are not intended to replace the opinion of the doctor in any way. Read the warnings on the label.

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