Thursday, April 16, 2009
BASIC FORMULA OF VITAMIN FOR PREGNANCY
THE EFFECTS AND ROLES OF BASIC FORMULA OF VITAMIN FOR PREGNANCY
Name of Vitamin Daily
Folic acid.................5 mg
Thiamin ................10 mg
Ascorbic acid.......150 mg
Vitamin B12..........10 micrograms
These vitamins can be put in capsule and intake once or twice daily.
Source: Cecil and Loeb. A Textbook of Medicine. Philadelphia, 1959, p 566.
The effects and roles of basic formula for treatment and prevention of diseases:
Folic acid [vitamin B 9] is an important member of the vitamin B complex. Folic acid can prevent and treat macro-cytic [cellular] anemia of pregnancy, infancy and early childhood.
Thiamin or vitamin B1 can treat and prevent beriberi the “dry type” with polyneuritis and “wet type” with acute cardiac disease, edema and serous effusions.
Niacin-amide [vitaminB3] can treat and prevent pellagra a non-contagious clinical syndrome affecting the skin, glossitis [inflammation of tongue], alimentary tract and nervous system. Niacin can treat and prevent hyper-cholesterol and atherosclerosis generally and particularly in prevent placenta sclerosis and necrosis as the cause of placenta insufficiency..
Riboflavin [vitamin B2] can treat and prevent cheilitis or angular stomatitis [inflammation of lips] associated with transverse fissures in the corners of the mouth.
Ascorbic acid is concern fundamentally with the formation of intercellular substances, including the collagen of fibrous tissue structures, the matrices of bone, cartilage, and dentin, and all non epithelial cement substance , including of vascular endothelium. It is also an important factor in determining resistance to infection.It treat and prevent scurvy where gums become spongy and bleed easily, the teeth become loose and fragile.In scurvy bone formation is stop, atrophy and bone fragility.
Vitamin B12 is effective for treatment of pernicious anemia, neuritis of extremities, tropical sprue [syndromes of impaired absorption and motility of small intestine] and non-tropical sprue in relapse.