Descriptionn:Kordelrs Effervescent Vitamin C 1000mg Zinc is a better alternative for individuals who love to drink soft drinks as it gives you a nutritional boost of vitamin C and Zinc to support a strong immune system.
No artificial colouring is added beet root and carrot powder are used to give it a natural colour type
Dosage: Take 1 vegicaps softgels a day, after meals or as directed by your healthcare physician
Storage Precaution : Store in cool dry place, Keep out of reach of childrenn
Ingredient- Each effervescent tablet contains Ascorbic Acid Vitamin C 1000mg Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate 27.58mg
Hair loss is a common problem that affects up to 50 percent of men and women throughout their lives. Many people think that hair loss only affects men. However, it is estimated that more than 50% of women will experience noticeable hair loss. By age 50, about every second man and women is affected by slow, involuntary hair shedding, which can be caused by a variety of factors including hormonal changes, malnutrition, stress, medication use or family history. Hair loss affects self-esteem and self confidence and has significant colleration with clinical depression. Hair loss is considered as an “URGENT” problem with people actively seeking for a “effective” solution
- High in phosphatidylcholine (lecithin's active ingredient)
- Oil and Cholesterol-Free
- Gelatin Free
- Repair liver cells
- Supplies choline to support brain and liver function
- Helps reduce blood cholesterol
Helps promote rejuvenation, vitality and stamina. Take 1 capsule daily, before food.
Vitex, a herb that helps in Fertility, Reproductive and Gynecological problems of women for more than 2500 years. It helps the body to produce more Progesterone, balances the ratio between Estrogen and Progesterone and hence, helps to overcome the symptoms of Estrogen Dominance that affect your monthly menstruation and PMS. [Benefits of Vitex are recognized by International Authority] Vitex is approved for the treatment of irregular menstrual cycles, premenstrual problems and breast tenderness by Germany’s Commission E. [Vitex is not a Hormone.] Vitex acts on the pituitary gland to help the body to regulate, normalize and regain its own Natural Hormone Balance. How Does Vitex Work? Vitex ‘promotes the production of hormone Progesterone’ which then helps stimulate ovulation. It works by preventing your pituitary gland from making too much hormone Prolactin. Prolactin has an ovulation-inhibiting effect, so Less Prolactin= More Progesterone = Ovulation. Vitex also contains an opiate-like constituents (but non-addictive in nature), which helps to calm your nervous system. That’s why it is helpful for premenstrual anxiety and sleep problems. Do’s for Vitex: 1. Do use for PMS - It relieves premenstrual symptoms such as irritability, fluid retention, and breast pain. In a study involving 1634 female patients, after 3 menstrual cycles, 93% of patients reported a decrease in these symptoms. 2. Do use for breast pain - It’s particularly helpful for premenstrual breast pain, and reduces lumpiness and pain within just two cycles. 3. Do take in the morning - The usual dose is first thing in the morning before breakfast because that is when your pituitary is most receptive. 4. Do take a break every month - Take a 5-day break from the herb every month. If you have regular periods, then take 5 days off from the first day of your period. This pulsed-dosing prevents attenuation of the herb’s effect on the pituitary gland. Dont’s for Vitex: 1. Don’t take too soon after stopping the birth control pill - You need a “wash-off” period after you stop taking contraceptive pills, to give your pituitary gland and ovaries a rest, before introducing Vitex to stimulate ovulation. 2. Don’t combine with fertility drugs or IVF - Combining Vitex with ovulation-stimulating drugs can result in a serious condition called ovarian hyper-stimulation syndrome. (Source from - Lara Briden’s Healthy Hormone Blog) Adults only: Take 1-2 capsules daily first thing in the morning, preferably before breakfast, or as directed by your health care professional.