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Piimax CD Kalkki Boori

Dolomite - siliceous earth- acerola cherry -boron tablet

 

For the well-being of bones and joints and for the vitality of skin, hair and nails

 

Ingredients in daily dosage:

Calcium carbonate containing            Calcium             400 mg

Magnesium carbonate and                  Magnesium       240 mg

Siliceous earth 420 mg

Ascorbic acid containing                      Vitamin C          75 mg

Microcrystalline cellulose E 460

Natrium tetra borate

Magnesium stearate E 470b

Cholecalciferol containing                    Vitamin D3          10 µg

Phylloquinone containing                    Vitamin K            70 µg

D-biotin containing                               Biotin                  30 µg              

  

Dosage:

4 tablets per day.

Contains no lactose, yeast, gluten or sweeteners.

 

Package:

300 tablets / 219 g

 

PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS

 

  •  Calcium is needed especially during adolescence and in women over 35 years. Bone mass grows 35 years after which it starts to decrease within aging.

 

  •  Magnesium is essential for cells’ enzymatic function. Simple diet, excessive use of sugar, salt, animal  fats, and alcohol as well as fasting and sports may cause magnesium deficiency.

 

  • Silicon is important for the well-being of joints, supportive tissue and skin.

 

  • Vitamin C strengthens bones and is an important intracellular antioxidant, which increases general immunity and is important for skin health.

 

  • Vitamin D enhances calcium’s absorption and is important for bones and teeth.

 

  • Boron reduces the secretion of calcium from body.  After menopause boron increases the natural production of estrogens, which decreases osteoporosis.

 

  • Vitamin K improves the function of cells producing bones.

 

  • Biotin brings thickness and shine to hair and prevents nails from cracking and flaking.

 

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