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NEVROLIN

Form:
450 mg tablet
Daily intake: 2 tablets with meal, 4 tablets per day

Active ingredients (daily intake):

Alpha-lipoic Acid (ALA) 100 mg;
L-Glutamine 100 mg;
Magnesium 72.3 mg;
Coral Calcium 400 mg (Ca 152 mg);
Vitamins:
   Vitamin A 2226 IU
   Vitamin B1 1.203 mg
   Vitamin B2 1.364 mg
   Niacin (Vitamin B3) 14.71 mg
   Pantothenic acid (Vitamin B5) 5.01 mg
   Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6) 3.672 mg
   Biotin (Vitamin B7) 110 mcg
   Folic acid (Vitamin B9) 201 mcg
   Vitamin B12 1.63 mcg
   Vitamin C 80.2 mg
   Vitamin D3 160.4 IU
   Vitamin E 12.03 IU
   Vitamin K1 80.4 mcg
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Alpha-lipoic acid


L-Glutamine


Coral Calcium
Ca

Mg
Magnesium (Mg)

VITAMINS
A, B-COMPLEX,
C, D, E, K

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INGREDIENTS ARE FOUND TO BE BENEFICIAL FOR THE FOLLOWING AILMENTS:

- Nervous system

REPORTED PROPERTIES OF INGREDIENTS:

ALPHA-LIPOIC ACID
Alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) is one of the most powerful antioxidants ever discovered. It is a vitamin-like sulfur-containing compound that is synthesized naturally in the human body. One of its most important characteristics is that it is both fat-soluble and water-soluble. This enables it to provide antioxidant protection in a much wider range of physiological environments throughout the body, which has resulted in some scientists referring to Alpha-lipoic acid as the “universal” antioxidant.
Many studies have shown that Alpha-lipoic acid is an effective treatment for nerve pain or damage (neuropathy) associated with diabetes or cancer treatment. Alpha-lipoic acid has been used for decades in Europe, especially Germany, to treat nerve conditions, including nerve damage resulting from poorly controlled diabetes.

L-GLUTAMINE
L-Glutamine is the most commonly seen and abundant amino acid in a human body that regulates a lot of major bodily functions. L-Glutamine helps maintain healthy immune system, well-functioning digestive system tract, helps prevent muscle degeneration in bed-ridden patients and promotes well balanced nervous system.
L-Glutamine is often called “brain fuel”, as it is easily able to bypass the blood-brain barrier and is important for the metabolic functions in the central nervous system.

CALCIUM
Calcium ions play an important role in the nervous system; they help convert the electrical pulse into a chemical signal. The depolarization of the presynaptic membrane causes the Calcium ions to travel through voltage gated channels into the neuron. The sudden increase in the concentration of Calcium triggers the synaptic vesicles to fuse with the presynaptic membrane, spilling the neurotransmitters into the synaptic cleft by means of exocytosis. The neurotransmitters then go on to diffuse through to the postsynaptic cleft, which is the plasma cell body (or dendrite) on the other side of the synapse. Without Calcium, the nerves cannot send messages, become tense and cannot relax.
MAGNESIUM
Approximately 300 bodily enzymes require Magnesium, which suggests that Magnesium is vital for most cells and tissues of the body. Magnesium deficiency is known to increase sodium conductance, which results in an overactive nervous system, affecting both the peripheral and central nervous systems. Muscles become hyperexcitable with Magnesium insufficiency, allowing them to become much more responsive to noxious stimuli. In the central nervous system, there is increased activity of excitatory transmitters, including acetylcholine, dopamine, norepinephrine, aspartate, and glutamate; and there is a simultaneous decrease in activity of inhibitory neuromediators including serotonin, GABA, taurine and melatonin.
VITAMINS
The body is not able to synthesize or manufacture vitamins (although there are a few exceptions to this). Because of this, they must be supplied either directly in the diet, or by way of dietary supplements. Vitamins are vital if our body is to function normally. They are absolutely necessary for our growth, general-well being and vitality.
Vitamins cannot be assimilated without ingesting food. This is why it is suggested that vitamins must be taken with a meal. They help to regulate the body's metabolism, assist in forming the bone and tissue, maintain healthy nervous system and help convert fat and carbohydrates. However, one must remember that vitamins cannot replace food.
 

RECOMMENDED TO:

- For maintenance of balanced nervous system
- Elder people

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