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Potential Benefits: Vitamin P works with Vitamin C to assist in connective tissue maintenance and capillaries, which is why it helps heal bruises, bleeding gums and oral herpes. It fights off free radicals to promote immune functions, fight the common cold and infections.
It may help maintain healthy blood vessels walls. Helps to treat dizziness and oedema. Bioflavonoids also have an antibacterial affect which promotes circulation, they stimulate bile production which can help lower cholesterol levels.
It may also help aid in the treatment of cataracts.
Description: Bioflavonoids are water-
Bioflavonoids are essential for the proper absorption and enhancement of Vitamin C.
Vitamin K (Phylloquinone)
Potential Side Effects: None known when taken as directed. Extremely high doses may cause diarrhoea.
Potential Interaction: None known.
General Usage: May be taken daily.
Food Sources: The white skin of the citrus fruit (the pith of the citrus), apricots, blackberries, buckwheat and bilberry, burdock root, blackcurrant's, cherries, grapefruit, grapes, green tea, juniper berries, lemon, oranges, parsley, sweet peppers, plums, prunes, and rose hips.
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