Vitamin P (P stands for Capillary Permeability Factor)
also known as C Complex, Bioflavonoid, Rutin and Hesperidin.
Vitamin P is a water soluble vitamin composed of citrin,
rutin and hesperidin as well as flavones and flavonals.
Vitamin P is necessary for the proper function and
absorption of vitamin
C, aids in increasing capillary strength, helps build resistance to
infection, prevents and heals bleeding guns, helps in treatment of
edema and dizziness due to disease of the inner ear. I have also
found a few references to bioflavonoids being used to treat sports
injuries. i.e. Pain relief, lessen symptoms of prolonged
bleeding, and low serum calcium.
Citrus bioflavonoids and related substances are used
widely in Europe to treat diseases of the blood vessels and lymph
system, including hemorrhoids, chronic venous insufficiency, leg
ulcers, easy bruising, nose bleeds and lyphedema following breast
Vitamin P is best used with Vitamin C (Ascorbic
Acid) and Calcium.
Best sources of Bioflavonoids include the white material
just beneath a citrus peel, as well as in peppers, grapes, pine bark,
onions, garlic, blue and red berries, green tea and buckwheat.
For the best sources of Vitamin P please
consult the USDA website.
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