<transcy>CARO-A VITAMIN A AYURVEDA</transcy>
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- $11.47 USD
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- $11.47 USD
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CARO-A ® tablets
Carrot seed extract
It is a natural vitamin A, cold extracted from the seed of the wild carrot, it has incredible nutritional and health benefits in general. There is scientific evidence that proves that it has antioxidant and anticancer effects and that it enhances the immune system. Its effectiveness as a liver and cardiovascular protector is also recognized.
Aryuveda medicine of active ingredients that are produced from plants, or from parts of plants.
Each 700 mg tablet contains:
Daucus carota (seed): 500 mg
Excipients: 200 mg
Vitamin A (as beta-carotene) NMD 2500 IU / tablet.
• Optimizes defenses.
• Protects mucous membranes.
• Renews skin.
• Corrects skin dryness.
• Corrects skin flaking.
• Promotes skin wound healing.
• Maintains bone health.
• Supports vision.
• Improves retention capacity.
• Improves memory.
• Anti-inflammatory and analgesic.
• Hepatoprotective, nephroprotective.
• Night blindness.
• Dry skin.
• Dry eyes.
• Hair maintenance , teeth, gums and bones.
• Kidney stones.
• Recurrent urinary tract infections.
• Chronic diarrhea.
• Recovery states after trauma, surgery and serious infections. p >
DOSE AND ROUTE OF ADMINISTRATION:
1 or 2 tablets 2 times a day.
Route of administration: Oral.
No side effects have been reported.
Bottle with 60 tablets of 700 mg.
REPORTED EFFECTS OF INGREDIENT:
• Powerful antioxidant
Significantly increases the body's antioxidant systems, generating an increase in superoxide dismutase, catalase and glutathione peroxidase. These are necessary to scavenge free radicals that generate oxidative stress and premature aging of the body. This is why it has the ability to reverse injuries to the liver and kidneys that are generated by toxic effects of chemical and / or environmental products.
Vitamin A deficiency can cause the photoreceptors in the eyes to deteriorate, leading to vision problems such as eyestrain, glaucoma, night blindness , myopia, astigmatism, among others. It also provides protection against macular degeneration and the development of senile cataract, the latter being the main cause of blindness in the elderly.
It has activity on the cellular immune response by increasing the activity of helper and cytotoxic T lymphocytes, CD4 + and CD8 + respectively. As well as other cells of the immune system such as eosinophils and monocytes.
• Cancer prevention
The intake of beta carotenes has been shown to significantly reduce the risk of developing post-menopausal breast cancer, prostate cancer , colon tumors, lung cancer in smokers, among others.
• Supports memory and retention capacity (neurological)
It has been reported to have the ability to reverse memory deficit and improve retention capacity by reducing brain acetylcholinesterase activity, as well as increasing acetylcholine synthesis which is linked to memory formation and "higher" cortical functions such as learning, problem solving and judgment.
• Adjuvant for cardiac protection
At the cardiac level it has cholinergic activity, which regulates myocardial contraction, and helps to vasodilate the coronary arteries to avoid acute myocardial infarctions . In addition, it has lipid-lowering properties that support the reduction of triglycerides and cholesterol.
• Anti-inflammatory and analgesic adjuvant
Anti-inflammatory activity in both acute and chronic episodes. It succeeds in suppressing the edema produced by histamine and serotonin. Peripheral analgesic effect.
• Adjuvant male infertility
Increases testicular spermatogenesis, both its activity and the number of developing germ cells, which indicates a positive effect on meiosis. p>
• Skin, hair, teeth, gums and bones
Regulation of the expression of collagen in the tissues, thus providing adequate maintenance. Excellent results when used as an adjunct in dermatological diseases such as psoriasis and acne.
• Antiseptic properties
Has antifungal and antibacterial effect (Lactobacillus plantarum, Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli).