Ascorbic acid or vitamin C is a water — soluble vitamin contained in products of vegetable origin of importance for the functioning of the human
The use of ascorbic acid increases the body's resistance to infections.
Ascorbic acid is not formed in the human body, and comes only with food. Involved in the regulation of redox processes, carbohydrate metabolism, blood coagulation, tissue regeneration; increases the body's resistance to infections, reduces vascular permeability, reduces the need for vitamins B1, B2, A, E, folic acid, Pantothenic acid.
Has strong antioxidant properties.
Improves bile secretion, restores exocrine function of the pancreas and endocrine – thyroid.
Indications ascorbic acid:
- Avitaminosis C (scurvy) and hypovitaminosis C — prevention and treatment.
- Bleeding (nasal, pulmonary, hepatic, uterine, etc.). Hemorrhagic stroke. Hemorrhagic diathesis. Kapilliarotoxicos. Vasculitis (in combination with rutin).
- Intoxication. Prolonged use of antibiotics, salicylates, corticosteroids, anti-tuberculosis drugs and the derivatives of GINK, anti-malarial drugs.
Packaging: 1000 tablets of 50 mg.
Before use, ascorbic acid, consult with your doctor.
Application: inside. Dosages are given in terms of ascorbic acid.
Adult preventive 50-100 mg/day, children 25 mg/day.
Adults with a medical purpose - 50-100 3-5 times a day, children - 50-100 mg 2-3 times a day.