Vitamin A Emulsion

SKU: 1211
Supportive Function: Vitamin A acts to support the growth of epithelium tissues and is a vital ingredient necessary for a healthy immune system. Vitamin A is specifically beneficial in foreign attack. Vitamin A prompts secretion of gastric juices necessary for proper digestion of proteins, builds strong bones and teeth, maintains good eyesight (the vitamin A in rhodopsin, located in the rods of the cell, transmits light signals by changing its configuration), and aids in the manufacturing of red blood cells. Vitamin E: Vitamin A Emulsion is emulsified with small amounts of vitamin E, which has many functions. Vitamin E is the main lipid antioxidant in the body.

When is Vitamin A Effective? Eye health, frequent foreign attack, immune system maintenance, skin health, aiding normal healing processes, nerve support, acne, tooth enamel, sinus support, cell cycle regulation, abnormal cell growth, allergies, kidney and bladder support; people who can’t convert beta-carotene to vitamin A, emulsification beneficial for gallbladder digestion/absorption issues.
Clinical Applications Research: Supports the mucous linings especially of the GI tract. It also appears to support antibody response and white blood cell function. Vitamin A is specifically beneficial support for the upper respiratory area.

Skin: Has many beneficial effects on the skin and is helpful in the normal healing process. It may be helpful support for acne.

Antioxidant Function: The precursor of vitamin A, beta-carotene, is a powerful antioxidant. It protects against pollutants, stress, smoke and chemical exposure. Vitamin A itself is not technically an antioxidant. To be an antioxidant, the substance has to be able to donate an extra electron to a free radical to neutralize it.

Menorrhagia (heavy menstrual flow): Vitamin A deficiency has been noted in menorrhagia.

Intestinal Problems: Vitamin A is needed to repair the intestinal cells.

Immune Support: Supplementary treatment of vitamin A is reported by some investigators to be beneficial support for the immune response (Levis WR & Emden RG. Proc. Am Assoc. Can. Res. 1976; 17:112; Cohen BE & Cohen IK. J. Immunol.1976; 111:1376). Vitamin A Emulsion is great for lymphatic drainage, especially those with antro and retrograde problems. .

Occiput Fixations: Occiput fixations that are found with bilateral weakness of the psoas muscles can strengthen as vitamin A is one of the nutrients used for the psoas muscle. The Pec Major Sternal muscle that relates to the liver responds well to Vitamin A Emulsion.
Contraindications: Vitamin A is fat-soluble and can become toxic in acute or chronic doses. Acute toxicity can occur in doses > 200 mg or 660,000 IU (adults) or chronic toxicity can occur in doses > 100 mg or 333,000 IU (children). Symptoms can include nausea, vomiting and headache. Doses greater than 10,000 IU during pregnancy can be teratogenic (causing birth defects).

Drug/Nutrient Interactions: The acne medicine Accutane is related to vitamin A and should not be taken together. Laxatives and cholesterol medicines (i.e. bile acid sequestrants, such as Questran) can interfere with the absorption of vitamin A and the other fat-soluble vitamins.
Ingredients: Each Drop Contains: Vitamin A (as palmitate) 5000 IU, Vitamin E (as d-alpha tocopherol acetate) 5 IU. Shake well before using.
Vegetarian: Yes
Suggested Dosage: 1 DROP (squeezed from the dropper, NOT one dropperful) daily or as directed.
Do Not Exceed Recommendation.
Pack: 30cc Liquid
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