Dr. Reckeweg Vita C15 Forte


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Key Ingredients:

  • Acid. ascorbic.
  • Decoct. Fruct.
  • Cynosbati
  • Decoct.
  • Fruct.
  • Sorb. aucupar. extract of Fruct.
  • Citri
  • Saccharum
  • Saccharum tostum
  • Extr. Ginseng
  • Acid. phosph.
  • Cocculus
  • Helonias dioica
  • Ignatia
  • Sepia
  • Zincum met.
  • Ethanol
  • Aqua pur.


    Directions For Use:

  • We recommend VITA-C 15 FORTE every time prior to expected stress situations. To achieve a remarkable invigoration of the nervous system.
  • We advise to follow a treatment with two daily supplies (morning and sunset) for 6 days and continue with one daily dose for about three weeks.
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  • Read the label carefully before use.
  • Store in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
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Ingredients:Acid. ascorbic., Decoct. Fruct. Cynosbati, Decoct. Fruct. Sorb. aucupar., extract of Fruct. Citri, Saccharum, Saccharum tostum, Extr. Ginseng, Acid. phosph. D3, Cocculus D 5, Helonias dioica D 5, Ignatia D5, Sepia D 5, Zincum met. D6, Ethanol, Aqua pur. Due to a larger enrichement with 0,5% of ascorbic acid, it is an excel-lent cellular as well as humoral activator of the cellular metabolism. Its full tonifying and vitality-stimulating effect has been obtained only after additing the Ginseng. As demonstrated in the following explanations, the denomination “Tonic” is therefore justified under every point of view.

Mode of action of main Ingredients:Considering it pharmacologically, Ginseng contains glucosides, panax acid and an essential oil Panacen, vitamins B1 and B2, estrogenic and sexually stimulating components as well as a glucoside Ginsenin, with a sympathotrophic effect, and mineral components with remarkably high content of sulphur (approx. 0,15%). Probably the tonic effect can be explained with the harmonic interaction of the partial components. How-ever, we attribute the tonifying effect so frequently mentioned by enthusi-astic therapists to the content of vitamin B1 (thyamine) and B2 (ribofla-vine) acting together with the I-ascorbic acid on the most important cen-tres involved in stress-situations.

A) Thyamin acts on cells with an elevated need of carbohydrates (nerve cells), cells with a metabolism based mainly on pyruvic acid (cardiac muscle cells), and nervous tissue that liberates acetyl-choline as the active substance, which transmits the nervous impulses from one nerve to another or on to the effector. Thyamine there inhibits the cholinesterase and increases the effect of acetyl-choline which is very important, as the acetyl-cholinesterase provokes the splitting up to the highly effective acetyl-choline in much lesser effective choline and acetic acids, as this enzyme has a very high ratio of velocities, the duration of the effect on acetyl-choline is very short.

B) Riboflavine can be found in a large amount in the retina, and most likely takes part in the process of seeing, furthermore it acts in different en-zymes, such as cytocrome dehydrogenase, aminooxidases and in the enzymes which are responsible for cellular respiration. Its presence in the retina seems to us the most important factor, as during stress-situations it has been noticed, that there is a decrease of the visual faculty, fogginess and irritations of the eye almost every time that they occur. So a well-timed supply of the corresponding vitamin prevents a pre-mature decrease of its level.

C) L-ascorbic acid is the activator of the entire cellular metabolism, in-cluding cellular as well as humoral processes, and becomes the real physiological tonic due to his tonifying and vitality-increasing effect, as a reducer, in the cellular metabolism it transfers hydrogen, respectively electrones, in a reversible process, taking part in the steroid-hormonal synthesis, vitamin C has great importance during stress-situations.

When, during stress-situations, there is an increase in the production of steroid hormones, the vitamin C level in the suprarenal cortex falls and reactions of adaptation cannot take place anymore, due to the reduced hormonal synthesis, we considered this know fact when we increased the vitamin C content and dosed it to prevent any foreseeable lack of it.

D) The Ginseng’s high content of sulphur is undouble a positive factor for the energy exchange of the cells, it is a component of several proteins, e.g. lactalbumine, based on amino-acids containing sulphur such as cysteine, a semi-essential amino-acid, which however is the main carrier for sulphur in the proteins molecule. Together with cysteine as intermediate catalysts, they form a reducting system of great importance to the cellular energy exchange; because, being used as a catalyst its task is to absorb and eventually give off again the hydrogen liberated during dehydrogenation, and so allow a gradual release of energy.


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