Antioxidant, Diseases of the heart and blood vessels, High blood pressure, Diabetes, For preventing cancer, Prostate, Alzheimer's disease, Anemia, Bladder cancer, Dementia, Male infertility, Liver disease, Parkinson's disease, Premenstrual syndrome, Physical performance, Rheumatoid arthritis, Tardive dyskinesia, Night cramps, Restless leg syndrome, Cataracts, Asthma, Respiratory infections, Skin disorders, Cystic fibrosis, Infertility, Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), Peptic ulcers
Vitamin E has numerous benefits for the human body. It is a potent antioxidant that assists in fighting free radicals. Studies have indicated that free radicles cause oxidative stress which leads to the premature ageing of cells. Vitamin E is also essential in promoting immunity as well as helping to improve cardiovascular health.
Vitamin E is used for treating and preventing heart and blood diseases such as heart attacks, leg pain resulting from blocked arteries, hardening of the arteries, and high blood pressure. It is also used for treating diabetes and its complications.
It is also used for cancer prevention, mostly oral and lung cancer in smokers; prostate, gastric, pancreatic cancer, colorectal cancer and polyps. It is additionally used with other medications for treating diseases affecting the brain and the nervous system such as Alzheimer’s disease, night cramps, Parkinson’s disease, restless leg syndrome, and epilepsy. It is also used for Huntington’s chorea and other muscle and nerve disorders.
Vitamin E is used by women to prevent complications with a late pregnancy resulting from high blood pressure, painful periods, premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and hot flashes linked to breast cancer.
Vitamin E is sometimes used to lower the harmful effects of medical treatments like radiation and dialysis. It is also used for lessening adverse side effects of drugs like hair loss and lung damage in people taking amiodarone.
Vitamin E is sometimes used for the improvement of physical endurance, reducing muscle damage after exercising, increasing energy, and improving muscle strength.
Alzheimer's disease: Vitamin E slows down the worsening of memory loss in people with Alzheimer's disease that is moderately severe. Vitamin E is likely also to delay the loss of independence and the need to get a caregiver’s assistance in people with mild-to-moderate Alzheimer's disease. The only drawback is that it does not show any signs of preventing mild memory problems to full-blown Alzheimer's disease.
Anemia: According to some research, taking vitamin E improves the response to erythropoietin, which affects the production of red blood cell in adults and children on hemodialysis.
Blood disorder (beta-thalassemia): Taking vitamin E by mouth is beneficial to children with vitamin E deficiency and beta-thalassemia.
Bladder cancer: A dosage of 200 IU vitamin E by mouth for more than ten years seems to prevent bladder cancer patients from dying.
Leakage of chemotherapy drug into surrounding tissue: Vitamin E, when applied to the skin together with dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO), seems effective in treating leaking of chemotherapy into surrounding tissues.
Dementia: Per some research, men who take vitamin C and E show a decreased risk of developing different types of dementia.
Painful menstruation (dysmenorrhea): When taken two days before and for three days after bleeding begins, vitamin E seems to decrease the severity of the pain and duration and reduces menstrual blood loss.
Dyspraxia: Dyspraxia is a movement and coordination disorder. Consuming vitamin E by mouth along with evening primrose oil, fish and thyme oil improves movement disorders associated with children with dyspraxia.
Kidney problems in children (glomerulosclerosis): Evidence exists that if vitamin E is taken by mouth, it might improve the function of kidneys in children with glomerulosclerosis.
G6PD deficiency: According to research, consuming vitamin E orally either on its own or along with selenium has some beneficial characteristics in people with G6PD Deficiency which is an inherited disorder.
Huntington's disease: Consuming natural vitamin E can help improve symptoms of early Huntington's disease.
Male infertility: Taking vitamin E by mouth improves the rates of pregnancy in men with fertility problems.
Bleeding in the skull: Taking vitamin E orally shows some effectiveness in treating bleeding in the skull in premature infants.
Parkinson's disease: early evidence shows consuming vitamin E in the diet can decrease the risk of Parkinson's disease.
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS): oral consumption of Vitamin E seems to reduce craving, anxiety, and depression in women with premenstrual syndrome.
Retinopathy of prematurity: when taken by mouth, vitamin E shows some effectiveness in treating retinopathy of prematurity which is an eye disease common in new-borns.
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA): when taken along with standard treatment, Vitamin E is better than taking the standard medicine alone for pain reduction in people with RA.
Sunburn: Vitamin E taken in high doses by mouth along with vitamin C offers the skin protection against inflammation after UV radiation exposure. Taking vitamin E alone does not, however, provide you with the same effect. When applied on the skin together with melatonin and vitamin C, vitamin E provides some protection before exposure to UV.
Movement disorder (tardive dyskinesia): When taken by mouth, vitamin E by mouth seems to improve symptoms associated with tardive dyskinesia.
Uveitis: Taking a combination of vitamin E with vitamin C by mouth appears to improve eyesight but doesn’t reduce inflammation in people with uveitis. Uveitis is the swelling of the middle layer of the eye.
Our Vitamin E is 100% natural and comes in a soft gel that is convenient to use. It has no artificial colours, flavours or sweeteners, no preservatives, starch or sugar, doesn’t contain milk or lactose, nor yeast, gluten, and fish. It is sodium free.