Yienxi – Yeast and Malt Complex Tablets Comprehensive B-Complex Vitamins
Main Ingredients: Sorbitol, Sesame, Fig, Oats, Brown Rice, Malt, Spinach, Brewer’s Yeast, Soy Lecithin Composition: Each tablet contains Vitamin B1 100 mg, Vitamin B2 100 mg, Niacin 100 mg, Vitamin B6 100 mg, Pantothenic Acid 100 mg, Para-Aminobenzoic Acid 100 mg, Folic Acid 400 mcg, Vitamin B12 100 mcg, Biotin 100 mcg Product Specification: 1 gram × 60 tablets Usage: 1-2 tablets daily Storage: Store in a cool and dry place, refrigerate after opening Suitable for:
- Individuals with high study or work pressure, mental fatigue, staying up late, irregular eating habits, exercise enthusiasts, high physical exertion, and those aiming to lose weight;
- Individuals with skin inflammation, angular stomatitis, cheilitis, tongue inflammation, athlete’s foot, slow wound healing, and poor digestive function;
- Individuals who smoke, drink alcohol, consume coffee, have poor sleep, or experience liver dysfunction. Product Features:
- High content: Contains eight complete B-complex vitamins and other nutrients from grain sources. Each tablet contains a significant amount of main ingredients, either 100 milligrams or micrograms.
- Scientific combination: The ratio of B1:B2:B6 is 1:1:1 for enhanced absorption.
- Slow-release formula: Provides sustained release over 24 hours, requiring only one tablet per day. Nutritional Knowledge: Vitamin B complex is a group of water-soluble vitamins, including Vitamin B1 (Thiamine), Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), Vitamin B3 (Niacin), Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid), Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine), Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin), and Folic Acid. Water-soluble B vitamins can only remain in the body for about 4 hours, so it is recommended to consume them with each meal. These B vitamins are essential for driving metabolism in the body, converting carbohydrates, fats, and proteins into energy. A deficiency in Vitamin B can lead to reduced cell function, metabolic disorders, sluggishness, and loss of appetite. Excessive alcohol consumption, which can lead to liver damage, often coincides with Vitamin B deficiencies. B-complex vitamins share many commonalities; for instance, they are all water-soluble and excess B vitamins are excreted from the body rather than stored. In times of stress, high workload, poor dietary habits, or the use of specific medications (such as birth control pills), the rapid depletion of B vitamins in the body is common. Therefore, B-complex vitamin deficiencies are prevalent and require daily supplementation. B vitamins often work synergistically, meaning that taking all B-complex vitamins together provides better results compared to taking them individually.
- Vitamin B1 (Thiamine), known as the “nerve vitamin,” has a positive regulatory effect on nerve tissue and mental state. A deficiency can lead to conditions like beriberi. Symptoms such as loss of appetite, gastrointestinal disorders, dry hair, decreased memory, and muscle cramps may indicate a deficiency in Vitamin B1.
- Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) is a vital component of red blood cells, participates in body metabolism, promotes growth and development, and strengthens nails and hair. Conditions like angular stomatitis, dermatitis, tongue inflammation, conjunctivitis, and keratitis may be related to a deficiency in Vitamin B2. Women taking birth control pills, pregnant and breastfeeding women, and those who consume little lean meat and dairy products may need more Vitamin B2.
- Vitamin B3 (Niacin) is essential for synthesizing sex hormones, promotes blood circulation, lowers blood pressure, and reduces cholesterol and triglycerides. Symptoms like fatigue, headaches, dizziness, weakness, accelerated heart rate, muscle cramps, and persistent colds, along with feelings of depression, anxiety, resentment, and irritability, may be related to a deficiency in Vitamin B3.
- Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) aids in wound healing, contributes to antibody production against infectious diseases, prevents fatigue, and alleviates the side effects of various antibiotics. Symptoms like hypoglycemia, prolonged duodenal ulcers, and rough skin may be related to a deficiency in Vitamin B5.
- Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) is involved in hormone and red blood cell synthesis and is essential for protein metabolism, normal nervous system function, and a healthy immune system. Vitamin B6 can help balance insulin secretion, preventing diabetes. Anemia, low mood, insomnia, and skin inflammation may indicate a deficiency in Vitamin B6.
- Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin) is indispensable for normal growth and red blood