Area of use
Infections and inflammations, autoimmune diseases, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's, musculo-skeletal system, depressions, cardiovascular system disorders, diabetes type 2, tumours.
1 drop once a day or as prescribed
1 drop with 2,500 I.U. (1200%RDA)
A vitamin with many functions: Since many organs in the body have vitamin D receptors, sufficiently high supply can also effectively prevent diseases.
Brain: The vitamin prevents seasonal depression and postpartum depression, protects from nervous diseases such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's.
Cardiovascular system: Vitamin D regulates blood pressure and reduces the risk for vascular diseases, heart attack and stroke.
Liver: Central organ in vitamin D metabolism; the precursors of cholesterol develop here from which the body later builds vitamin D.
Knees: Vitamin D strengthens the knees, prevents rickets and Osteomalacia and reduces breakage risks considerably.
Muscles: A higher vitamin D level increases muscular strength; it helps reduce the risk of falls and fractures.
Cancer: Vitamin D suppresses tumour growth and supports the self-destruction program of cells that have an uncontrolled growth. It works against breast and bowel cancer
Immune system: Vitamin D protects from infections and inflammations such as morbus crohn, colitis ulcerosa, or rheumatoid arthritis
Prof. Dr. Jörg Spitz
90 percent of the German population has vitamin D deficiency. Recent studies show vitamin D prevents numerous diseases – from infections and respiratory diseases from rheumatism and diabetes to cardiovascular disease and cancer.
For a long time doctors and scientists agreed that 400 IU Vitamin D would be sufficient as a daily dose. Due to numerous worldwide scientific studies, vitamin D experts recommend in the absence of exposure to the sun a whopping 4000 IU per day, roughly ten times that dose. Accordingly higher the actual vitamin D levels should be in the blood.
The recommendation of 4000 I.U. per day is for a "normal" person of 60 to 70 kilograms body weight. If significantly larger and more specifically for significantly overweight individuals, this standard dose is not enough. Vitamin D deficiency has gone long unnoticed
We just don't notice it when we produce too little of it. There is no "early warning system" in the body of when supplies would be needed. With the advent of modernity, the regular exposure to the sun is so rare that hardly anyone inherently has sufficiently high vitamin D levels. Because the body – just as in other cases – cannot compensate for the deficits brought about by the new lifestyle enough, the lack of sun vitamin is usually only discovered when chronic diseases have already developed – much too late. Special risk groups
Regardless of the insufficient supply of vitamin D generally increasing more and more, there are certain groups in the population that carry a particularly high risk of developing a deficiency:
Pregnant women Newborns, children, obese and elderly
Rapeseed, argan oil from organic farming
MCT, medium chain triglycerides, cholecalciferol
Suitable for diabetics
Gluten-free and Lactose-free