Vitamin A Source Natural is in the most effective form of palminate, which, when it enters the intestines, is rapidly absorbed and has a pharmacological effect. Vitamin A (retinol) improves cell regeneration and rejuvenates the skin, which is why we all often use it. This substance is also used to maintain vision,the functioning of the gastrointestinal tract and other organs. Indications for the use of vitamin A: Dry eye syndrome,redness and eye fatigue; Hemeralopia (night blindness), Conjunctivitis, Superficial keratitis; Follicular keratosis, psoriasis, eczema: frostbite, burns, long-term non-healing wounds; erosive and ulcerative intestinal lesions; hypovitaminosis and vitamin A deficiency, decreased immunity. If you find my review helpful, please like it ;-)
It is really good quality product specially ingredient vegetarians people can use it .
And one more very important thing is this
is the only one of a kind vitamin A supplement
For vegetarians in canada no one else!!!
Small size 90 tables last for 90 days adult normal dosage one tablet every day. Good benefit for skin and hair taste and smell very mild easy to consume.
Had an episode with my left eye 3 months ago. Besides taking taurine, lutein and amla juice, Vitamin A has helped me slowly recover. Besides taking this, I do massages learnt from a natural healer. My eyesight has improved a lot that the strain and partially blocked view has recovered. Intend to take this for a long time....
This is a good quality Vitamin A product which benefits the immune system. I cut it in half as I think 5000 IU as a maintenance dose is enough for me. This makes it quite economical as this container size makes it last for six months. The only downside is that it's not non-GMO.
Smallish tablets of dry vitamin A, which is hard to find. Yellow coating. They are easy enough to swallow and seem to work. They contain retinyl palmitate which works well. Gluten free and free of major allergens and artificial colors and preservatives. Confused as to why they contain lemongrass oil in the coating though.