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talk about this, what it is, it is the vitamin e as you see I have it in large
quantity, of course for us girls this is made to keep us young and beautiful
using this for your body girls you will see that you are never going to grow old
yes my loves simply because this is exceptional for you because this is going
fight against acne, aging premature cells, it will make you appear
, 10 years see more, younger than your age, but above all it will soften the skin to stretch
the lines of your face and look after everything what you can have as trouble on
skin for that I advise you to take simply a capsule of vitamin E, as
this one here you do a little hole after you can put in a little vase but
it’s like that I use it, a whole little hole and here you apply it on the
skin, you l apply itonly you can apply it everywhere, on all parts
of the body that needs it, the hands nails, hair the body feet, everywhere
everywhere, all the areas of the body that need it will greatly help you a
Once you have applied leave the product to penetrate quietly into the skin during
one hour at least, now the precautions specials to take
Vitamin E is probably safe for most people in good health when
is taken by mouth or applied on the skin. Most people do not feel
no side effects while taking the dose recommended daily, which is 15 mg. Vitamin E is potentially dangerous if it is
taken by mouth in high doses. If you have heart disease or diabetes
do not take doses of 400 IU / day or more. Some research suggests that
high doses may increase the risk of death and possibly cause
other serious side effects. More the dose is high, the greater the risk of
Severe secondary is high. There is concern that vitamin E increases the risk
to have a stroke Severe called hemorrhagic stroke, which bleeds
in the brain. Some research shows than taking vitamin E at 300
at 800 IU per day could increase risks of this type of stroke
cerebral level of 22%. However, however, vitamin E could reduce the risk
to have a stroke less serious called stroke
Ischemic. There is conflicting information
on the effect of vitamin E on risk of prostate cancer. Some research
suggest that taking large amounts a multivitamin associated with a supplement
of vitamin E distinctly could actually increase the risk of prostate cancer
in some men. High doses can also cause
nausea, diarrhea, cramps stomach, fatigue, weakness,
headache, blurred vision, eruptions cutaneous, bruising and bleeding. Special precautions and warnings:
Pregnancy: when consumed according to the recommended daily amount, the
vitamin E is potentially safe for pregnant women. It was feared that the
taking vitamin E supplements can to be harmful to the fetus at the beginning of the
pregnancy. However, it is too early to find out if this is a significant concern. Until
what you know more, do not take of vitamin E supplements in early
pregnancy without talking to your provider health care. Breast-feeding: Vitamin E is PROBABLY
PROBABLY when ingested by the recommended daily amount
breastfeeding. Infants and children: vitamin E is probably
sure when taken by the mouth so appropriate. The maximum quantities of
vitamin E considered safe for children are based on age. less
200 mg daily is safe for children from 1 to 3 years old. Less than 300 mg per
day is safe for children 4 at 8 years old. Less than 600 mg a day is without
danger for children from 9 to 13 years old. less 800 mg daily is safe for
children aged 14 to 18 years old. Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) is potentially
dangerous if it is administered by intravenous (intravenous)
premature at high doses. Angioplasty, cardiac intervention: avoid
to take supplements containing the vitamin E or other antioxidant vitamins
(beta-carotene, vitamin C) immediately before and after angioplasty without supervision
from a health professional. These vitamins seem to hinder healing. Diabetes: Vitamin E could increase
the risk of heart failure in people with diabetes. The
people with diabetes should avoid high doses of vitamin E. Cardiac Attack: Vitamin E Could
increase the risk of death in people having already had a heart attack. The
people who have a history of attack heart rate should avoid high doses
of vitamin E. Low levels of vitamin K (deficiency in
vitamin K): vitamin E may worsen coagulation problems in people
whose vitamin K levels are too low. An eye condition called retinitis
Pigmentary: All alpha-alpha-tocopherol (synthetic vitamin E) 400 IU seems to accelerate
vision loss in people with retinitis pigmentosa. However,
much lower quantities (3 IU) do not seem not produce this effect. If you have this
condition, it is best to avoid the Vitamin E. Blood clotting disorders: Vitamin
E could worsen bleeding disorders. Yes you have a bleeding disorder, avoid
to take vitamin E supplements. Head and neck cancer: Do not take
no vitamin E supplements to reason 400 IU / day or more. Vitamin E could
increase the risk of cancer recurrence. Prostate cancer: taking vitamin
E could increase cancer risk of the prostate. The effect of vitamin E
in men with cancer of the prostate is not clear. However, in theory,
taking vitamin E supplements could aggravate prostate cancer in
men who already have it. Stroke: Vitamin
E can increase the risk of death in people with a history of stroke. The
people with a history of stroke should avoid high doses of vitamin E. Surgery: Vitamin E can increase
the risk of bleeding during and after surgery. Stop using the vitamin
E at least 2 weeks before surgery scheduled surgery.
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Vitamin E is an important vitamin necessary for the proper functioning of many
body organs. It is also an antioxidant. it means it’s helpful to slow down the processes
which damage the cells. Effective for
* Movement disorder (ataxia) associated with vitamin E deficiency.
genetic movement called ataxia causes severe vitamin E deficiency. Supplements
of vitamin E are used in the treatment of ataxia.
* Vitamin E deficiency. Take vitamin E by the mouth is effective to prevent
and treat vitamin E deficiencies Can be effective for
* Alzheimer’s disease. Vitamin E could slow down the worsening of memory loss
in people with the disease Alzheimer’s moderately severe. Vitamin
E could also delay the loss of autonomy and the need for assistance from a caregiver at
people with Alzheimer’s disease mild to moderate However, the vitamin
E does not seem to prevent the passage of problems from benign memory to Alzheimer’s disease
in its own right. * Anemia. Some research shows
that taking vitamin E improves the response to the drug erythropoietin, which affects
the production of red blood cells adults and children on hemodialysis.
* Blood disorders (beta-thalassemia). The oral vitamin E intake seems
benefit children with the disorder blood called beta-thalessemia and deficiency
in vitamin E. * Bladder cancer. Take 200 IU from
oral vitamin E for more than 10 years seems to help prevent death by
bladder cancer. * Leakage of chemotherapy in tissues
surrounding. The application of vitamin E on the skin with dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO)
seems to be effective in dealing with losses chemotherapy in the surrounding tissues.
* Nerve damage related to chemotherapy. The taking vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) before
and after the chemotherapy treatment by cisplatin could reduce the risk
nerve damage. * Dementia. Research suggests that
men who consume vitamin E and vitamin C have a reduced risk
to develop dementia under several forms. However, this does not seem to reduce
the risk of Alzheimer’s dementia. * Painful menstruation (dysmenorrhea). Take
vitamin E for 2 days before and 3 days after bleeding starts
decrease the severity and duration of the pain and reduce the loss of menstrual blood.
* Movement and Coordination Disorder called dyspraxia. Taking vitamin E
orally with evening primrose oil, thyme and fish seems to improve the troubles
movement in children with dyspraxia.
* Kidney problems in children (glomerulosclerosis). he has been shown to be taking vitamin
E oral could improve the function renal function in children with glomerulosclerosis.
* A hereditary disease called deficit in G6PD. Some research shows that
oral vitamin E alone or in combination with selenium, could
to be beneficial for people with a hereditary disorder called deficit
in G6PD. * Cure a type of skin wound called
granuloma annularis. Vitamin application E on the skin seems to clear the lesions
cutaneous called annular granulomas. * Huntington’s disease. Vitamin E
(RRR-alpha-tocopherol) may improve symptoms in people with
Huntington’s disease at an early stage. However, it does not seem to help people with
of a more advanced disease. * Male infertility. Take vitamin
E oral improves pregnancy rates in men with fertility problems. The
taking high doses of vitamin E with the Vitamin C does not seem to offer the same
advantages. * Bleeding in the skull. Taking
oral vitamin E seems to be effective to treat cranial bleeding
premature babies * Bleeding in the ventricular system
of the brain. Vitamin E intake by the route oral system seems to be effective in treating
bleeding into the ventricular system of the brain in premature babies.
* Tolerance to nitrates. There are evidence that taking vitamin daily
E can help prevent tolerance to nitrates.
* Liver disease called steatohepatitis non-alcoholic. Daily intake of vitamin
E seems to improve the symptoms of NASH in adults and children.
* Parkinson’s disease. The first evidence suggests that the consumption of
vitamin E in the diet could be linked to a decrease in the risk of illness
Parkinson’s. However, taking all-rac-alpha-tocopherol (synthetic vitamin E) does not seem to have
no benefit for people with Parkinson’s disease.
* Laser eye surgery (keratectomy photoreactive). Daily intake of
high doses of vitamin A and vitamin E (alpha-tocopheryl nicotinate) seems
improve healing and vision of people undergoing eye surgery
laser. * Premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Take from
oral vitamin E seems to reduce anxiety, cravings and depression
in some women with the syndrome premenstrual.
* Physical performance. The research suggests that the increase in vitamin intake
E in the diet is related to improving physical performance
and muscle strength in people elderly.
* Fibrosis caused by radiation. Take oral vitamin E with the drug
pentoxifylline appears to treat fibrosis caused by radiation. However, take
Vitamin E alone does not seem to be effective. * Eye disease in newborns
called retinopathy of prematurity. Take oral vitamin E seems to be
effective for treating eye disease causing retinopathy of the premature newborn.
* Rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Vitamin E associated with a standard treatment is
better than standard treatment alone to reduce pain in people
with RA. However, this combination does not reduce swelling
* Sunburn. Taking large doses of vitamin E (RRR-alpha-tocopherol) by
oral route, associated with vitamin C, protects against inflammation of the skin after a
UV exposure. However, the vitamin E alone does not provide the same benefit. The application
of vitamin E on the skin, associated with the vitamin C and melatonin, provides a
some protection when using it before UV exposure.
* Movement disorder (tardive dyskinesia). Take oral vitamin E seems to reduce
symptoms associated with movement disorder called tardive dyskinesia. However, others
research suggests that it does not improve not the symptoms, but can prevent the aggravation
symptoms * Swelling in the middle layer of the eye
(Uveitis). Take vitamin E with oral vitamin C seems to improve
vision, but does not reduce swelling, in people with uveitis.
May be ineffective for * Loss of vision related to age (degeneration
age-related macular). The majority research suggests that taking
vitamin E, alone or with other antioxidants, is not effective in preventing or treating
loss of vision related to aging. * Neurodegenerative disease called disease
Lou Gherig (SLA). The research suggests that taking vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol)
with a conventional medicine does affect not function and does not increase rates
survival compared to the conventional drug only in people with the disease
from Lou Gherig. * Pain in the chest (angina). Take
oral vitamin E could have an effect on the operation of the vessels
blood, but does not seem to reduce the chest pain.
* Hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis). Take vitamin E (RRR-alpha-tocopherol) by
Oral route does not seem to prevent progression atherosclerosis. However, there is
preliminary evidence that taking vitamin E and vitamin C could
help prevent the progression of atherosclerosis at men’s.
* Red skin and itching (eczema). The research suggests that taking vitamin
E, alone or with selenium, does not improve not the symptoms of eczema.
* Hot flashes related to cancer breast. Take oral vitamin E
does not seem to reduce hot flashes in women who have had breast cancer.
* Pulmonary condition in infants (bronchopulmonary dysplasia). Researches
show that vitamin E intake by oral therapy does not benefit newborn infants
of a lung condition called dysplasia bronchopulmonary.
* Cancer. Take a vitamin combination E, vitamin C, beta-carotene, selenium
and zinc does not seem to reduce the risk global cancer. However, this could
reduce the risk of cancer in men, although the evidence is contradictory.
* Colorectal cancer. Most evidence suggest that taking vitamin E does not prevent
not the occurrence of colorectal cancer or the appearance of non-cancerous colorectal tumors,
considered precursors of cancer colon.
* Cardiac arrest. Take vitamin E orally for 12 weeks does not seem
not improve heart function in people with heart failure.
* Muscular disease called muscular dystrophy of Duchenne. Research shows that
taking vitamin E with the drug penicillamine does not slow the progression
of muscular disease called dystrophy Duchene muscle.
* Cancer of the head and neck. The catch vitamin E (all-raced alpha-tocopherol)
daily during radiotherapy and for 3 years after the end of treatment
does not seem to reduce the risk of recurrence cancer of the head and neck. Some
fear that vitamin E intake will increase the risk of recurrence of the tumor. The
people with head cancer and neck should avoid supplements
daily vitamin E at higher doses at 400 IU per day.
* Abnormal rupture of red blood cells (anemia hemolytic). Give vitamin E to
premature does not have a beneficial effect on abnormal degradation of red blood cells.
* Hypertension. Take the oral vitamin E does not seem to make
lowering blood pressure in people already taking medication for tension
blood. * Liver disease. Take vitamin
E does not reduce the risk of death in people with liver disease.
* Hereditary muscle disease called myotonic dystrophy. Take vitamin
E and selenium orally does not slow down not the progression of a muscular disorder
hereditary called myotonic dystrophy. * Wounds in the mouth (muscle lesions
mouth). Most research shows that taking vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol)
for a maximum of 7 years does not reduce the risk of mouth sores in men
who smoke. * Osteoarthritis. Take vitamin E does not seem
not decrease pain or stiffness in people with osteoarthritis. Vitamin
E does not seem to prevent the disease to get worse.
* Pancreatic cancer. Taking vitamin E alone or in combination with other antioxidants
such as beta-carotene and vitamin C, does not seem to reduce the risk of cancer
pancreas. * Pharyngeal cancer. Research shows
that diabetics who take vitamin E (RRR-alpha-tocopherol) orally
present no reduced risk of developing cancer of the mouth or pharynx.
* Hypertension during pregnancy (Pre-eclampsia). Most evidence
suggest that a combination of vitamins E and C do not reduce the risk of hypertension
arterial during pregnancy. However, some research suggests that taking
daily of a combination of vitamins E and C reduces the risk of high blood pressure
in high-risk women starting out between weeks 16 and 22 of pregnancy.
* Prostate cancer. Research on the effects of vitamin E on risk
of prostate cancer were inconsistent. In overall, research suggests that
taking vitamin E supplements does not does not reduce the risk of developing cancer
of the prostate and could even increase it. * Respiratory tract infections. Take
oral vitamin E alone or under form of multivitamins, does not seem to diminish
the risk of respiratory tract infections nor the severity of the symptoms once
the infection develops. * An eye condition called retinitis
pigment. Take Vitamin E (all-alpha-alpha-tocopherol) Orally does not seem to slow down the loss
of vision, but could even worsen the loss of vision, in people with
retinitis pigmentosa. * Scars Some research shows
that the application of vitamin E on the skin does not reduce scars after surgery.
Probably inefficient for * Benign breast disease. Take supplements
Vitamin E does not seem to be effective to treat a benign breast disease.
* Breast cancer. Although blood levels higher vitamin E may be
associated with a reduction in cancer risk breast, increasing vitamin intake
E from food or supplements does not reduce the risk of developing a
breast cancer. * Heart Disease Most Searches
suggest that taking supplements from Vitamin E does not prevent heart disease. However,
some evidence suggests that increasing Vitamin E intake in the diet
could be beneficial. * Lung cancer. Taking all-rac-alpha-tocopherol
(synthetic vitamin E) for 8 years at maximum does not reduce the risk of cancer
lung cancer in men who smoke. In addition, taking vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol)
for up to 10 years does not prevent lung cancer and does not reduce the risk
of lung cancer deaths. * Death of any cause. Researches
suggest that taking vitamin E each day or every other day for a period
up to 10 years does not reduce the risk of death, whatever the cause. In
In addition, some research suggests that regular intake of high doses of
vitamin E could increase the risk of death.
Insufficient evidence for * Asthma. There is conflicting evidence
on the role of vitamin E in asthma. Some research suggests that consuming more than
Vitamin E in the diet seems to prevent asthma. However, taking supplements
of vitamin E does not present the same advantages.
* Cataracts Some evidence suggests that taking vitamin E alone or with
other vitamins or antioxidants, does not prevent not the development or progression of
cataract. However, other evidence suggest that vitamin E could help
to reduce the risk of developing cataracts. * Infections related to chemotherapy. The
research suggests that a higher intake in vitamin E in the diet
could reduce the risk of infection in children undergoing chemotherapy.
* Diabetes. Vitamin E could be beneficial for people with
diabetes. Some research suggests that vitamin E improves the control of
glycemia. Other research suggests increased consumption of vitamin E in
the diet is linked to a reduction the risk of diabetes.
* Stomach cancer. Take vitamin E plus beta-carotene or vitamin
C and beta-carotene does not seem to prevent stomach cancer. However, there is
little evidence that increased consumption of vitamin E in the diet
could slow the progression of cancer of the stomach.
* High cholesterol level. Some Previous research suggests that the
taking vitamin E with vitamin C could to be beneficial for children with a
high cholesterol level. * Kidney disease (IgA nephropathy). The
early research suggests that taking vitamin E can improve function
renal failure in children with nephropathy called IgA nephropathy.
* Difficulty walking because of bad blood circulation in the legs (claudication
intermittently). Take orally all-rac-alpha-tocopherol (synthetic vitamin E) alone or with
beta-carotene does not seem to improve the blood circulation in the legs. However,
other research suggests that taking daily vitamin E for 18 months
reduces the symptoms of intermittent claudication. * Damage to tissues after a clot
blood (ischemic reperfusion injury). Take oral vitamin E with
Vitamin C and conventional drugs two days before and after a bypass seems
reduce complications. However, Vitamin E does not seem to be beneficial
if taken alone. * Stroke caused by
a clot (cerebrovascular accident ischemic). There is some evidence
that all alpha-tocopherol-rac (synthesis of vitamin E) could help prevent
stroke in male smokers with high blood pressure
and diabetes. However, other research suggest that this might not reduce
the risk of stroke. * Living transplant. Taking vitamin E
(Tocopherol succinate, polyethylene glycol) could reduce the dose of immunosuppressant
necessary after a liver transplant. * Skin cancer (melanoma). Some
evidence suggests that daily intake vitamin E (RR-alpha-tocopherol) does not reduce
not the risk of skin cancer. * Night cramps in the legs. The first
evidence suggests that vitamin E could reduce night cramps in the legs. However,
other evidence suggests the opposite. * Sickle cell disease. The first proofs
suggest that taking vitamin E with an aged garlic extract and vitamin
It could be useful for sickle cell anemia. * Dermatological problems.
* The allergies * Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS).
* Epilepsy. * Cold.
* Other conditions.