cold pressed poppy oil, vitamin D3, vitamin K2.
Drops vitamins D3 and K2 are made on the basis of poppy oil of cold pressing. Due to this property, vitamins in the drops are absorbed by the body much faster. They are shown to both adults and children. Cold extraction of poppy oil is used in medicine for the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis, restores bone structure. The oil contains organic iron, which is necessary for women, especially during pregnancy, for the health of the body in childhood, with anemia, as well as athletes, with exercise, with diet and vegetarians. It improves the functions of the nervous system, acts as a natural soothing agent, improves sleep, without getting used to the body.
Vitamin D3 performs the function of regulating the metabolism of calcium and phosphorus, carries out the process of mineralization of bone tissue. Insufficient amounts of vitamin D3 can contribute to the formation of tumors, its low level increases the risk of autoimmune diseases. It is a natural hormone and natural insulin, supports the hormonal system, improves the functioning and functions of the pancreas. It is necessary for the formation of the fetus during pregnancy.
Vitamin K2 is needed to work the cardiovascular system, to prevent atherosclerotic plaques in the vessels, to regulate intestinal flora and to form beneficial bacteria, to improve liver function.
Dosage of drops is indicated in international units, in therapeutic concentration. The products contain 10,000 units of vitamin D3 and 400 ?g of vitamin K2.
Method of application
Adults 8 drops 1 time a day under the tongue, children from 4 years 2-3 drops once a day under the tongue, children from 10 years (up to 70 kg) 4 drops 1 time per day under the tongue. With cancer, twice the dose once a day. It is recommended to take drops before bedtime to improve sleep.
Recommendations for use
- diseases of the immune system;
- diseases of the upper respiratory tract, with asthma;
- stressful conditions, disorders of the nervous system;
- multiple sclerosis;
- allergies to cow's milk and dairy products;
- violations of calcium metabolism;
- heart diseases;
- deposited atherosclerotic plaques in the vessels;
- hormonal disorders;
- type 2 diabetes mellitus;
- diseases of gastroinistial tract, dysbacteriosis.
Attention: people who take medications for blood thinning must consult with a specialist.