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Dr. Weyrauch No. 26 Princess Happiness (Human) - 60capsules

Dr. Weyrauch No. 26 Princess Happiness is the result of a long scientifically based research.

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  • Dr. Weyrauch No. 26 Princess Happiness - 60 capsules

    Dr. Weyrauch No. 26 Princess Happiness(Human ) is the result of extensive scientific research. In this dietary supplement, specially balanced micronutrients, valuable evening primrose oil and silicon-containing plants have been combined to create a special product. Thanks to biotin, No. 26 Princess Happiness contributes to the maintenance of normal skin, hair and mucous membranes, as well as to the normal functioning of the nervous system and the psyche. Biotin is also an important cofactor for a whole range of enzymes that are essential for metabolic processes.

    Trace elements for skin, hair and nails:

    In No. 26 Prinzessinnenglück, the trace elements zinc, copper and manganese have been added to the formula in a special ratio to each other. Thanks to zinc, No. 26 Princess Happiness contributes to the maintenance of normal hair, nails and skin. Thanks to copper, this product, which is highly valued by women, contributes to the maintenance of normal hair pigmentation. Together with manganese, copper contributes to normal connective tissue.

    How skin and hair maintain color:

    Copper and manganese are involved in the formation of melanin, which refers to dark brown/black to yellowish/reddish pigments that determine the coloration of skin and hair in all vertebrates. Melanin is formed in the skin in so-called pigment cells through the enzymatic oxidation of the amino acid tyrosine. In the background of pigment formation, various trace elements (such as zinc, copper, manganese, iron) act as cofactors of an entire enzyme system. The copper-dependent enzyme tyrosinase is particularly well known. It determines the degree of pigmentation of the skin and hair through melanin synthesis. The manganese-dependent catechol oxidase is also involved in melanin synthesis.

    Algae from fresh water and cultivated algae:

    The algae Schizochytrium limacinum is a cultivated algae grown for the natural extraction of docosahexaenoic acid, a polyunsaturated fatty acid found mainly in wild fish and marine algae. The spirulina algae from Burmese wild growth contains spirulan, a polysaccharide that has been scientifically investigated by two German universities (Prof. Dr. Dr. Pulz, Dr. P.J. Mewes (Health Forum for Orthomolecular Medicine issue no. 2006/116). These two algae are a high-quality and valued component of this formulation.

    Coenzyme Q10 and polyphenols from fruits:

    30mg of coenzyme Q10 per capsule were added to No. 26 Prinzessinnenglück. Coenzyme Q10, also known as ubiquinone, is structurally related to vitamin K and vitamin E. It is either produced by the body itself or absorbed through the diet and is anchored in the cell membrane of the mitochondria (the cell's energy power plants). Coenzyme Q10 is involved as a coenzyme in the formation of ATP (the cell's fuel) and is mainly present in cells with particularly high energy requirements (heart, liver, lungs). Valuable secondary plant substances are contained in grape seeds and mangosteen fruits. Grape seeds contain oligomeric proanthocyanidins, secondary plant substances from the flavonol group, which provide the plant with UV protection and protection against predators. The mangosteen contains xanthones. Xanthones are polyphenols.