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Natural Vitamin D - Bioalkaline D Naturocare 150 ml
..Enriched With Natural Sources of Omega 3, 6, 9..
Natural food supplement based on: Natural Vitamin D. The action of this supplement is enhanced by Vegetable Oils, Natural Sources of Omega 3 Omega 6 and Omega 9.
✔️ Contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system.
✔️ Supports healthy 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 and helps maintain a normal blood calcium concentration.
✔️ Contributes to the maintenance of normal muscle functions.
✔️ Protects blood vessels and cardiovascular system.
It is highly advisable to take Vitamin D with Vitamin K
Characteristic: Natural Vitamin D enriched with Evening Primrose, Borage, Cumin and Linseed Oils.
Contents: Glass format for the whole family 150 ml.
How to use: The recommended dose is 1 gram per day (about 1 ml).
Vitamin D contributes to the normal function of the immune system, promotes the absorption/utilization of calcium and phosphorus, and maintains normal bone and dental health, and normal muscle function.
Borage oil contributes to the integrity and functionality of cell membranes, trophism and skin functionality, as well as joint functionality. It is useful in counteracting menstrual cycle disorders.
Evening primrose oil supports the integrity and functionality of cell membranes, as well as the trophism and functionality of the skin. Counteracts menstrual cycle disorders and supports joint function.
Linseed oil promotes the integrity and functionality of cell membranes and favorably intervenes in lipid metabolism. Cumin promotes digestive function and helps regulate gastrointestinal motility and gas elimination.
Vitamin D Important modulator of the Immune System
To date, the normal serum levels of vitamin D and which are those of deficiency or insufficiency have not yet been defined unambiguously and universally.
Several organizations consider values of 75 nmol/L (30 ng/mL) or greater, measured in late winter or early spring, to be sufficient.
Insufficiency is classified as levels falling between 50 and 74 nmol/L (20 to 29 ng/mL), while deficiency is defined as values below 50 nmol/L.
From a genomic perspective, there is considerable difference between individuals with a personalized response to vitamin D, as demonstrated by two major studies.
It is in the kidneys that the final transformation into 1,25(OH)D3 takes place (starting from irradiation of the skin or from food), the form in which vitamin D exerts its endocrine action.
One hypothetical explanation 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 an anti-inflammatory activity.
By controlling the action of B-cell-mediated cytokines and their transformation into plasma cells, vitamin D reduces the production of autoantibodies, thereby reducing the risk of autoimmune disorders.
From a genomic perspective, there is considerable difference between individuals with an individualized 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 was developed in the treatment of various conditions and diseases.
Black cumin is used in traditional systems of medicine for several conditions which 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. In addition, 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 have shown promising results on the efficacy of black cumin on glucose homeostasis and blood lipids (significant decrease in fasting blood glucose, 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 type 2 diabetes complications (Daryabeygi-Khotbehsara et al. 2017; Heshmati, Namazi 2015). The proposed mechanisms for these activities are the antioxidant effect, on insulin secretion, glucose uptake, gluconeogenesis and gene expression (Heshmati, Namazi 2015; Kaatabi et al. 2015).
Cumin oil improves total cholesterol, blood pressure and heart rhythm (Badar et al. 2017).
Black cumin and asthma
Preliminary clinical studies indicate the possible therapeutic use of Nigella sativa (black cumin) in some conditions of cough and bronchial asthma (Pruthi, 2001).
Taking cumin oil twice a day 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 type fatty acid with an anti-inflammatory action. Useful To counteract menstrual cycle disorders and alleviate symptoms, especially mastodynia.
It is also used, orally, for the treatment of eczematous forms and in particular of the associated itching. Polyunsaturated fatty acids are indicated in the treatment and prevention of numerous inflammatory diseases, including those of an allergic nature.
6 to 8 weeks of therapy are required before a therapeutic result is obtained. The EMA recommends starting therapy with the appropriate dosage: “It is possible that in some patients an improvement in symptoms can be observed only after 8-12 weeks of use. It is then possible to continue with a lower dosage or to interrupt the treatment”.
Benefits of evening primrose oil in menopause
This study determined the efficacy and safety of evening primrose oil on the psychological symptoms of menopausal women.
MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Psychological symptoms with reference to the psychological subscale of the Menopause Rating Scale. No adverse effects were found in the intervention group.
According to the authors, this clinical trial provides evidence of the potential benefits of evening primrose oil on the psychological symptoms of post-menopausal women. Impact of evening primrose oil consumption on psychological symptoms of postmenopausal women: a randomized double-blinded placebo-controlled clinical trial. Menopause. 2020 Feb;27(2):194-198.
Formulation: 150 ml glass bottle with graduated pasteur pipette from 0.5 to 3 ml.
How to use : The recommended dose is 1 gram (about 1 ml) per day. The product can be taken as it is or diluted in water or other beverage.
Warnings: Do not exceed the indicated daily dose. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult your doctor before taking. Do not take in case of allergy to its constituents. Keep out of reach of children.
Ingredients per daily dose (1 gram): Vitamin D (Cladonia rangiferina (L.) Weber ex FH Wigg.), oily solution, TIT. Vitamin D3 ≥ 1,000,000 IU/g, 2mg (equal to vitamin D3, 2000 IU, 1000% NRV); Linseed oil (Linum usitatissimum L.) 250 mg; Borage seed oil (Borrago officinalis L.) 250mg; Evening primrose oil (Oenothera biennis L.) 250mg; Cumin oil (Cuminum cyminum L.) 250 mg. NRV= Nutrient reference values, calculated on the basis of Regulation (EU) No. 1169/2011.
Conservation instructions : Store away from light and in a cool, dry place. The expiry date refers to the product in the intact and correctly stored package.
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.