It increases the absorption of oxygen by tissues, eliminates the effects of hypoxia, improves fat and carbohydrate metabolism, participates in oxidative processes, and has a lipotropic effect. Pangamic acid activates the exchange of oxygen in tissue cells, stimulates the adrenal glands, helps restore liver tissue, has anti-inflammatory, anti-hyaluronidase properties. Protects the liver from the damaging effects of alcohol.
Pangamic acid is common in foods of both animal and plant origin.
There is a lot of vitamin B15 in the liver, plant seeds, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, sunflowers, nuts, yeast, cereals, animal meat and fish. A certain amount of pangamic acid is synthesized by intestinal microflora.
Indications for use.
Atherosclerosis, some diseases of the cardiovascular system, pneumosclerosis, bronchial arteries, rheumatism, chronic hepatitis, chronic alcohol intoxication, pruritic dermatoses, aging of the body.
Medicines containing vitamin B15 in the form are used to treat pre-infarction and post-infarction conditions, chronic hepatitis, rheumatism, bronchial asthma, skin diseases, poisoning with certain substances.
Pangamic acid has an anti-inflammatory effect. Vitamin B15 can cause the expansion of the walls of blood vessels, so it is used in the treatment of hypertension. Taking drugs containing pangamic acid in the form of its calcium salt helps to improve sleep and appetite.
Mode of application.
The daily requirement for vitamin B15 is approximately determined – about 1-2 mg per day. The daily dose is recommended to be divided into 3-4 doses. The course of treatment is 20-40 days. Repeated courses are possible in 2-3 months.
The action of pangamic acid is enhanced under the influence of vitamins A and E.
Vitamin C (Acidum ascorbinicum). Vitamin C.
Ascorbic acid plays an important role in the life of the body, regulates redox processes, participates in carbohydrate, phosphorus metabolism, and also stimulates collagen synthesis, accelerates tissue regeneration, including wound healing. Participates in the formation of steroids, pigmentation, normalizes the permeability of skin capillaries. Participates in the metabolism of phenylalanine, tyrosine, folic acid, histamine, iron, the synthesis of lipids, proteins, carnitine, stimulates the immune system. It has antiplatelet and pronounced antioxidant properties.
Indications for use: As a preventive measure during pregnancy and lactation, in childhood (especially during puberty), with increased mental and physical stress, infectious, allergic and other diseases, prolonged smoking and alcohol consumption, the appointment of certain medications. Vitamin C is prescribed for therapeutic purposes for scurvy, various bleeding, intoxications, liver diseases, sluggishly healing wounds and bone fractures, depletion, anemia, with rosacea, dermatoses, hair diseases, pigmentation disorders, skin aging. and other pathological processes.
Method of administration:
Vitamin C is prescribed for prophylactic purposes at 0.05-0.1 g per day after meals with water.
Pregnant and lactating women can take from 0.1 to 0.3 g per day for 10-15 days. Therapeutic doses are 0.05-0.1 g 3-5 times a day. The timing of treatment depends on the nature and course of the disease. A single dose should not exceed 0.2 g, daily – 0.5 g, with a deficiency you can take up to 1.0 g per day.