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Vitamin Bx: Para-AminoBenzoic Acid (PABA) Powder


-Anti-Aging Effects


-Protects Skin from Sunburn and Cancer


-Possible Treatment of Scleroderma


-Essential for the absorbion of Vitamin B’s – as with Choline,


Para-Aminobenzoic Acid is even referred to as Vitamin Bx informally despite the fact that it is not classified as either a vitamin or a nutrient with essential properties. It is called this because it is included in the family of the Vitamin B complex, but is not, itself, part of the normal Vitamin B chain. It is merely a constituent of Folacin. PABA has antioxidant properties meaning that it protects against damage done by free radical molecules which can be quite harmful to healthy cells. These come into being during periods when the body is undergoing oxidative stress, and PABA can help neutralize them before they grow to be out of control. This is not the only way PABA helps the body. It also keeps up oxygen levels in the blood, and helps to produce both electrolytes and red blood cells.


Since PABA has the ability to increase rates of protein synthesis this makes it an ideal supplement for people seeking to build up muscle mass.


Choline Bitartrate (Vitamin B family)


-Maintain Optimum Health


-Reduce The Risk of Heart Disease


-Prevention Against Alzheimer’s Disease


Choline is a member of the B Vitamin family and is involved in the utilization of fats in the body. It is one of the few vitamins with the ability to cross the blood-brain barrier into the cerebrospinal fluid and is directly used in brain chemical metabolism. Sometimes referred to as the “memory” vitamin, choline has been used experimentally to help improve movement and coordination in neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.


Choline is listed as an essential element in nutritional treatment of Aging and Narcolepsy. Very Important for Autism, Chickenpox, Glaucoma, Hepatitis and Raynaud’s Disease. Important for Arteriosclerosis/Atherosclerosis, Depression, Pancreatitis, Vertigo and helpful for Alcoholism, Circulatory Problems, Obesity & PMS.


Bitartrate, also known as Tartaric Acid, is combined with Choline in this compound which helps to increase the overall rate of absorption into the body. This compound is also indirectly responsible for helping to maintain cellular structure and integrity as it is involved in the synthesis of compounds which keep the cell membranes healthy.


Choline is a nutrient necessary for the body in order to keep up the emulsification of fats and cholesterol, and to facilitate the movement of hormones to the correct areas of the body. It is necessary for proper functioning of the nervous system, the liver, and the gallbladder.


Even though it is not actually a B vitamin, it is sometimes considered to be a part of this complex because it operates in conjunction with various types of B vitamins to maintain adequate levels of health in the body.


Choline Bitartrate is indirectly involved in the conversion of fat into energy and nutrients, speeds up their mobilization throughout the body, and also aids in the production of HDL, a helpful type of cholesterol. Choline also assists in the formation of Betaine, which is a methyl donor of no small importance.


Choline is especially important in establishing endurance when it comes to physical exercise. Choline becomes depleted very quickly in athletes that participate in taxing exercise regimens. This in turn means that less Acetylcholine can be synthesized, which could result in permanent damage to the liver or to muscles. This makes Choline supplementation both viable and recommended for athletes.


Pure Biotin (B7)


-Healthy Metabolic Function


-Maintain Healthy Nervous System


-Essential For Fat Metabolism


-Blood Sugar Regulation


-Healthy Hair, Skin & Nails


Pure Biotin 99% (B7) is by far one of the most essential nutrients that humans, plants, and just about all other living organisms must consistently consume because of all of the complex operations it is involved in. Unfortunately the only organisms that can correctly synthesize it happen to be plants, such as algae and mold as well as yeast and bacteria. The attribute that makes Biotin so essential is that it assists in the transfer of carbon dioxide meaning without it, the body would not be able to correctly metabolize fat and carbohydrates.


Biotin’s main use for the human body is its ability to act as a Coenzyme during the synthesis process for a wide array of different enzymes involved in metabolizing nutrients including sugars, carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. This makes Biotin essential in the conversion of all of these energy sources into the resulting energy that they would create to then fuel the body. It also correctly allows the body to use blood sugar for the purposes of energy consumption.


If one is deficient in levels of Biotin, this will become obvious due to symptoms such as hair loss, as well as a rash that can be seen anywhere from the eyes, the mouth, the nose, or the genitals. The less obvious neurological issues that may be caused by Biotin deficiency range from depression and lethargy to hallucinations, and the extremities feeling numb.


Inositol (B8)


-Maintains Healthy Cells


-Enhances Mood And Cognition


Pure Inositol (B8) precedes phospholipids which are what make up the protective casing of a cell known as the membrane. This means that Inositol is what passes electrical energy through the cellular membrane where it can be used to facilitate many bodily reactions such as the creation of energy and regular cellular maintenance. In addition to that it has the ability to transport fats away from the liver. Also produces a natural coming effect.


Vitamin B1 (Thiamine Mononitrate) Powder


-Boost The Immune System


-Maintain Positive Mental Attitude


Vitamin B1 provides the body with a source of Thiamine to use in the process of breaking down carbohydrates so that they may be used as an energy source by the body. Thiamine is also necessary for amino acids to be properly metabolized. When a person’s diet is such that carbohydrates make up their main source of energy, this will require the body to produce more Thiamine; or if this is not possible, for more Thiamine to be supplemented. Thiamine does not just process sugars and essential amino acids; it also helps to metabolize fats and proteins. Adenosine triphosphate is a chemical that is produced in the body. It not only provides energy to muscles during times of intense exercise, but it absorbs energy while it is doing this so that at a later time, the energy can be dispersed and used. Without adenosine triphosphate people would grow exhausted soon after exercising and would have to eat immediately to replenish enough energy to simply walk home after a workout. Vitamin B1 is responsible for indirectly facilitating the process that goes on to create ATP via the creation of Thiamine pyrophosphate, making it quite the important vitamin.


There are a variety of other uses for Vitamin B1. It keeps all metabolic functions in the body running smoothly and correctly. It keeps the cardiovascular system running in good health and makes sure that the rate of your heart beat stays regular. The nervous system as well as cognitive systems would not be nearly as functional without a good dose of Vitamin B1 consistently running through the veins. Vitamin B1 is essential in the production of ATP which the body needs in order to store energy for later if a very trying exercise were to occur; or for that matter, if any physical activity is necessary at all.

Vitamin B1 has a strong effect on the way that blood is formed. It also protects the kidneys, liver heart, circulatory system, brain, and digestive system safe and intact, free of pain or misery while at the same time regulating growth in the body and certain hormonal secretions. Thiamine has antioxidant properties which allow it to keep the body free from damage by harmful free radicals.


Vitamin B1 (Thiamine HCL) Powder


-Oxidizes Sugar To Produce Energy


-Cardiovascular Health


Thiamine forms new blood when needed and also keeps enough neurotransmitters firing regularly that it keeps the brain alert and well stimulated. It has a mostly beneficial effect on just about everything from general cognitive ability to a healthy appetite, to production of hormones and energy, etc.


Vitamin B12 1% (Cyanocobalamin) Powder


-Considered Strongest Vitamin


-S-Adenosyl-L-Methionine Production


-Creates New Red Blood Cells


-Maintains The Health Of Nervous System


-Creates & Replicates DNA & RNA


The nerve cells need Vitamin B12 to function appropriately since Vitamin B12 is responsible for producing the chemical which allows for DNA and RNA replication to take place. Like most B-chain vitamins, Vitamin B12 is known to work better when used along with other B-chain vitamins, specifically Vitamin B9. This helps the creation and regulation of blood cells go much more smoothly and also prevents anemia from occurring. Vitamin B12 indirectly assists the facilitation of certain enzymes which go on to metabolize carbohydrates, fats, and amino acids. This means that Vitamin B12 is necessary for metabolism whether it is indirect or not.


Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide) Powder


-Supports Cell Growth


-Supports Skin’s Barrier Function


Niacinamide is indirectly involved in the production of cellular energy. It also keeps blood flow going smoothly and controls hormones as well as Glucose levels and HCL in the body; which helps to further positively affect energy production, nervous system operation, and digestion. Niacinamide affects the flexibility and health of the skin and improves the effectiveness of the circulatory system by widening the blood vessels, thereby distributing blood more rapidly to the parts of the body that need it and getting rid of harmful toxins in the blood much more quickly.


Niacinamide, or as it is more commonly referred to, Vitamin B3, belongs to the group of B vitamins and is water soluble. Though closely related to Niacin, it does have differing effects. There is also an extra amide group attached to Niacinamide, further differentiating it from regular Niacin.

Each of them plays an important role in the metabolism of energy in that they may be converted into coenzymes that the enzymes in each cell can make use of when completing the actions that create energy for the body. These coenzymes have been named NAD and NADH respectively. Taken in amounts of about 100mg or less, both Niacin and Niacinamide ostensibly perform the same actions. When taken at levels greater than 100mg though, this is where their overall effects begin to differ. Niacin is able to help the body balance the levels of good and bad cholesterol present in the blood, while Niacinamide is essential in monitoring insulin levels, blood sugar content, and health of joints. Niacinamide may also be used along with other supplements and minerals to increase the overall effectiveness and health of the nervous system, the digestive system and the circulatory system.


Of all of the B vitamins, Niacin is considered to be one of the most stable. It is water soluble and it is vital in sustaining life. It resists the effects of those elements which may cause erosion such as wind, heat, light, alkali, and acids. Both Niacinamide and Niacin are soluble in alcohol and water, and are quite rapidly absorbed into the digestive system once consumed. The body often won’t to store extra amounts of these vitamins within the liver; however the majority of it is usually expelled during urination.


One of the most important roles of Niacinamide is in its ability to help clear the body of toxins. Hence the term “Niacin flush” which it is sometimes associated with and the reason that Niacinamide is often found in such high stores in the liver, the detoxification center of the body. It is also necessary in stimulating the adrenal gland at certain points in order to increase hormone production and synthesize certain sex based hormones. It can speed up general chemical reactions controlled by enzymes at a cellular level. These reactions include, but are not limited to processes which strengthen cell integrity and also produce energy for the body to use; meaning that without Niacin or Niacinamide, the body would operate much more slowly, would be much weaker, and would also not be able to build many energy reserves. Through this indirect influence it helps the production of DNA, in the breakdown and metabolizing of fats, and in the general maturation of each individual cell.


Pellagra, a disease that occurs as a result of Niacin deficiency, may be treated by Niacinamide. Perhaps one of the greatest benefits of Niacinamide use is the fact that it can be used to synthesize HCL, an acid which is essential in the digestive process.


Vitamin B5 Calcium Pantothenate / Pantothenic Acid Powder


-Basic Skin Nourishment


-Lower Level Of Cholesterol


-Improve The Creation Of Hormones


Pantothenic Acid is particularly important because of its relation to Coenzyme A. The body converts Pantothenic Acid into Pantethine. Pantethine is a building block of CoA, which itself is important in supporting various bodily functions including The Krebs Cycle, as well as the conversion of various nutrients, proteins, sugars, and fat into energy that the body can use. It also helps to destroy toxins in the liver and break down drugs as well as synthesizing Cholesterol, Choline, and Melatonin. Another chemical resulting indirectly from the breakdown of Pantothenic Acid in the body is ACP. ACP helps to protect nerves from being damaged easily.


The presence of Pantothenic Acid throughout the body allows bodily growth to keep up at a normal level, letting all normal bodily functions to run smoothly. Pantothenic Acid is also instrumental when it comes to creating energy through the metabolic process. It also helps break down essential amino acids and fatty acids into components that can actually be used by the body. This is part of what gives it the capability of keeping the digestive tract in shape and improving the effectiveness of other vitamins consumed.


Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine HCL) Powder


-Treatment for Sideroblastic Anemia


-Reduce High Blood Levels of Homocysteine


Pyridoxine is just another term for Vitamin B6. It is an essential vitamin for everyone, especially women, as it has been specifically tied to balancing hormones in women.

Vitamin B6 can be destroyed easily through food processing and from extended exposure to the sunlight. Most refined foods lose Vitamin B6 in the refining process, and even cooking a food will cause most of the Vitamin B6 concentration to be lost if not all. This means foods being taken specifically for their Vitamin B6 content must be stored and prepared appropriately or you risk losing the entire point of them.


This vitamin is involved in many different metabolic functions and usually works as a coenzyme in them to make sure that this metabolism all goes according to plan. Vitamin B6 is especially essential for amino acid metabolism and it is also used in the production of GABA.


Pyridoxals in general facilitate the metabolism and conversion to energy of all food types and are instrumental in helping to release energy that has been stored for later use in the muscles. It also helps to produce both red blood cells and new antibodies and keeps up synthesis of DNA and RNA.


Most amino acids are made up of various proteins and come from foods that are major sources of protein. This means that the effects that Vitamin B6 has on metabolism of amino acids can be extended to proteins in general. Pyridoxals are essential to the metabolism of amino acids and proteins because they are the chemicals that allow amino acids to break through the intestines and actually work their way into the blood stream. Pyridoxine HCL has the ability to build, break down, and alter the form of various amino acids.


Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) Powder


-Speeds Up Metabolism


-Powerful Antioxidant


-Maintain Healthy Tissue


Riboflavin is another name for Vitamin B2. It is a necessary ingredient in many different metabolic processes that help to sustain cells with energy and also keep them healthy and growing. It does this by turning fats, proteins, and carbohydrates into energy post-metabolism by synthesizing sterols and fatty acids. Also, in terms of how it interacts with outside forces such as heat and acid, it is far more stable than the other B chain vitamin, B1 which is prone to act up on occasion.


Besides actively being involved in the process of creating energy, Riboflavin is also responsible for eventually being transformed into the coenzymes FAD (flavin adenine dinucleotide) and FMN (flavin mononucleotide). These coenzymes act upon ATP (adenosine triphosphate) and help transport it throughout the body. In this way, riboflavin becomes important in two different facets of energy production, as ATP is the chemical that allows energy to both be created and stored in the muscles for later.


Riboflavin helps cells utilize oxygen better and keeps the eyes sharp, and the nails, hair, and skin growing like a charm. It is a necessary component in the process that leads to cells growing.


Riboflavin directly facilitates the growth of blood cells and it lends strength to the immune system in that it has antioxidant properties that neutralize free radicals before they can cause serious damage. As stated above, Riboflavin also promotes the growth of hair and nails and keeps the skin healthy.


Riboflavin also acts upon both folate and pantothenic acid, two of the most crucial neurotransmitters associated with the development of memory and overall cognitive abilities.


Those women that have been prescribed oral contraceptives, and people who take excessive amounts of alcohol may want to consider supplementing for Riboflavin as both of these elements may cause a reduction in the body’s ability to correctly absorb Riboflavin. In addition, the elderly and diabetics may have trouble absorbing Riboflavin; and those who are lactose intolerant since dairy is such a big supplier of Riboflavin. If you fit into any of these groups you may want to consider taking a riboflavin supplement.


Pure Folic Acid (Vitamin B9) (1%) Powder


-Maintains Healthy Nervous System


-Generate Red Blood Cells


-Provides Strong Immune Power


Folic Acid is instrumental in maintaining healthy nervous, immune, and digestive systems. It is utilized in the process of creating new energy for the body, helps in the formation of new red blood cells, and is also needed to correctly synthesize DNA and RNA. Proper cell division would not be possible without Folic Acid.


Not only does Folic Acid generate red blood cells, but it is also needed to replicate general bodily cells of all kinds; especially when going through rapid periods of growth or aging in which new cells are constantly being created again and again. Folate helps in the replication of DNA and in sustaining average count of red blood cells within bone marrow.


Folic Acid facilitates the conversion of S-Adenosyl methionine into glutathione, which helps in the detoxification of the liver. In fact Folic Acid is so important to the human body that the FDA actually requires foods such as bread, corn meal, rice, pasta, noodles, and other grainy foods to be fortified with certain concentrations of Folic Acid. When Folic Acid is being consumed it is best to be taken with Vitamin B12 or Vitamin C in order to facilitate more effective break down and creation of new proteins for later use by the body.


Taking Folic Acid before and during pregnancy is highly recommended and very important to having a healthy child. Not only do doctors prescribe Folic Acid supplements routinely for pregnant women, but they also recommend eating foods high in Folic Acid content. Anyone that is deficient in Folic Acid will eventually experience health problems as a result.


Pure Apricot extract (B-17)


Vitamin B17 also called Laetrile or Amygdalin is among the main components of food in cultures like Hunzas, Eskimos, Abkasians etc. No wonder these tribes have never ever reported a cancer case. As per dedicated Biochemist Dr. Ernst Krebs, instrumental in bringing B17 to the modern world, we need at least a minimum of 100 mg of B17 or around 7 apricot seeds to almost guarantee a cancer free life.


Cyanide in apricot seeds is surrounded by something that cancer loves- Sugar! Cancer cell eats the sugar and in the process releases cyanide, which only attacks cancer cell. It is important that patients must drastically lower down their sugar consumption when undergoing B17 therapy.


Laetrile does not contain any ‘free’ HCN (Hydrogen Cyanide). When laetrile and the enzyme beta-glucosidase come in contact, laetrile breaks down in 1 molecule of HCN, 1 molecule of benzaldehyde & 2 molecules of glucose. Only the cancer cells in the body contain this enzyme.


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