In 1924, the researcher Shure referred to vitamin E as tocopherol because it increases fertility. The Greek word tokos means childbirth and phero, support. The suffix -ol was added because it has characteristics similar to alcohol. In 1936, it was discovered that vitamin E was abundantly present in wheat germ oil.
Vitamin E is known as an important antioxidant for the protection of cell membranes and membrane lipids from peroxidation by the elimination of free radicals. Moreover, it is also proved that Vitamin E has potent anti-inflammatory properties, as well as immuno-stimulating properties.
Vitamin E-element:D-alpha-tocopheryl acetate: 15 mg (=125 % ADH Vitamin E-element:D-alpha-tocopheryl hydrogen succinate: 15 mg (=125 %ADH)
One (1) capsule per day. Just before meals, preferably in the morning at breakfast. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Keep out of reach of young children. Nutritional supplements should not replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Children, pregnant women, and women who are breastfeeding, consult your pharmacist before use. Check with simultaneous intake of medicines. No long-term use without professional advice.