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Vitamin E Powder | mygenpharma

Vitamin E Powder

Vitamin E, also known as Tocopherol, is a fat soluble Vitamin. An important antioxidant vitamin that neutralizes free radicals in the body, there by prevents tissue damage. Its deficiency leads to hemolysis and sterility.

Vitamin E PowderBASE AND STRENGTHS

Vitamin E 50% Powder – Granular, Fine & Super Fine Grades

Vitamin E – Strength Details

Vitamin E 50% powder – Each Kg of powder contains 500 gms of Vitamin E IP/BP/USP/EP.
It is also available as a spray dried water dispersable powder.
Vitamin E 75% powder – Each Kg of powder contains 750 gms of Vitamin E IP/BP/USP/EP.

ADVANTAGES

  • Available as free flowing granules.
  • Available as fine powder.
  • The spray dried form disperses well in water.
  • Available in different packs starting from 1.0 Kg to 25.0 Kg.

THERAPEUTIC USES

  • Acts as an Antioxidant and helps to protects Cells and Organs from oxidative damage
  • Helps in the normal growth and development
  • Helps to prevent Vitamin E deficiency in premature infants and those with low birth weights.
  • Vitamin E can be used for treating and preventing diseases of the heart and blood vessels.
  • Protect Immune Functions and lower the risk of Cancers.
  • Used for the treatment of diseases of the brain and nervous system including Alzheimer’s disease
    and other dementias.
  • It is used for improving physical endurance, increasing energy, reducing muscle damage after exercise
    and improving muscle strength.
  • Vitamin E is used to lessen the harmful effects of medical treatments such as dialysis and radiation.

APPLICATIONS

  • Manufacture of pre mixes
  • Vitamin E is an anti sterility vitamin
  • Vitamin E dry powder is mainly used in common multivitamins
  • Used in dietary supplements
  • Antioxidant along with Vitamin C & Alpha Lipoic Acid (Thioctic Acid)