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B-Plex

B-Plex
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Availability: In stock | Format: 180 Caps

£51.50
B-Plex® contains the most important B vitamins in an optimal combination (together with vitamin C and MSM). The various B vitamins are important for a number of essential functions of the body such as metabolism and cell renewal. The vitamin B complex is considered to be the energy provider for body and mind.

-as a combined application of the B vitamins, its therapeutic effect is higher in comparison with the efficacy of the individual factors.

-improves the brain performance and memory

-serves to increase the general wellbeing

-enhances the defenses of the body and protects against the harmful

-influences of the environment
In normal cases as nutritional supplement and to prevent deficiencies take 1 capsule 2 times a day with plenty of fluid.
One capsule contains:

Vitamin B1 50 mg

Vitamin B2 50 mg

Vitamin B5 50 mg

Vitamin B6 10 mg

Vitamin B12 0.03 mg

Biotin (1%) 1.5 mg

Folic acid 0.4 mg

Niacin 12.5 mg

Niacinamide 87.5 mg

Vitamin C 125 mg

MSM (methyl-sulfonyl-methane) 200 mg in
pharmaceutical grade.

Other ingredients:
SiO2, micro­crystalline cellulose, trical­cium phosphate, ­magnesium stearate, stearic acid, gelatin
No negative side effects of B-Plex® are known. Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to one of the components of the preparation. Intestinal absorption of folic acid is impaired by some medicines (digestive enzymes and antacids). When taking such medicines a higher intake of folic acid is recommended. There is an interaction between folic acid and methotrexate, which is used to treat cancer. While in cancer therapy the inhibiting effect of methotrexate on the new formation of cells by its antagonism to folic acid is desired, it may possibly cause severe side effects if autoimmune diseases are treated with methotrexate, and then a supportive administration of high doses of folic acid may be required. However, this should only be done under the supervision of a doctor. Diarrhea may occur after the intake of high doses of vitamin C.