How to use the ‘purium’ in your health products

PURIUM HEALTH PRODUCTS: PURIUM is an ingredient in some pharmaceuticals and cosmetics that has been found to have the ability to raise blood pressure and heart rate.

According to The Hindu, the research in the United States shows that PURIUM, when ingested by people with high blood pressure, increases heart rate and blood pressure by 2-6%.

If taken by people who are already overworked or under-nourished, this may lead to an increase in blood pressure.

It also boosts the body’s ability to produce cortisol, which can have adverse effects on mood, memory and mental function.

Some of the ingredients in PURIUM health products include: 1.

Lactalbumin-rich cream, which is used to treat conditions such as acne, eczema, psoriasis and other skin disorders.

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Vitamin C, which boosts the immune system, and helps prevent infection.

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Zinc oxide and folic acid, which help prevent cancer.

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Selenium and other minerals, which improve the liver.

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Vitamin E and beta carotene, which are also important for healthy eyesight.

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Niacinamide and vitamin C, to protect the skin from free radicals.

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Vitamin B-12 and vitamin B12 supplement, which may prevent certain types of blood clots.

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Vitamin K and calcium, which boost calcium absorption and help prevent osteoporosis.

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Vitamin A and folate, which support the immune systems.

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Vitamins C, E and K, which protect the eyes from free radical damage.

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Biotin, which protects the skin against free radical-induced damage.

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Magnesium and zinc, which increase bone health.

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B-complex vitamins, which contain essential vitamins such as vitamin B-6, B-7, B6, C, D, E, K, and P, and minerals such as calcium, iron, zinc and selenium.

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B vitamins, such as folic acids, selenites, calcium, potassium and manganese.

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Calcium carbonate and manuka honey extract, which helps prevent stomach acid and ulcers.

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Citrus fruit extracts and green tea, which have been found in many Indian health products to be anti-inflammatory.

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Vitamine, which has been linked to reducing inflammation.

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L-ascorbic acid, a natural flavoring ingredient that can help improve the digestion and absorption of certain foods.

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Potassium citrate, which lowers blood pressure in diabetic patients.

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Lactic acid bacteria and their products, which aid in the digestion of milk.

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Vitamin D3, which plays a vital role in the production of vitamin D, and also helps prevent the formation of atherosclerosis.

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Calorico acid, used in the treatment of a range of skin disorders, such a eczemas, psoriatic arthritis, psORiasis and psorinitis.

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Zinnia oil, which aids in the skin’s natural production of collagen, which builds muscle.

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Boric acid, an alkaloid found in mushrooms and which has antibacterial properties.

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Vitamin J, a supplement that can prevent the build-up of cholesterol in the body.

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Vitriol, an anti-oxidant found in the mouthwash.

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Folic acid and fumarate, which also have anti-bacterial properties, to reduce inflammation.

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Folate, to improve the immune function.

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Calcitriol and vitamin E, which promote the production and circulation of oxygen, which makes muscles and bones stronger.

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Vitamin Z, a powerful antioxidant found in certain plant foods.

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Zyrtec, an antioxidant that helps prevent damage caused by free radicals, including free radicals from the sun, the air and water.

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Magnesia, an herbal supplement, to help prevent the buildup of cholesterol.

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Calendula, which contains folic-acid-rich root and leaves that contain magnesium and zinc.

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Tocopherol, a fatty acid found in oily fish that helps to lower cholesterol and blood sugar.

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Zanthoxylum spicatum, which was originally used to make a tea that helps reduce the risk of developing acne.

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MagniGlycine, a green tea extract that can reduce the build up of cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood.

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Calleminstrol, an extract from the roots of Calendulaceae, which increases the body ‘skin barrier’.

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Citral, which provides an antioxidant in the form of beta-carotene.

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Zirconium, which improves the skin barrier and reduces inflammation.

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Fucosyl glucoside, a substance found in citrus fruits that improves the body barrier. 41.