CEVITT IMMUNE DIRECT

HERMES is a German company was founded in 1907, the family enterprise HERMES ARZNEIMITTEL has committed itself to health as a central human legacy Our declared objective is to restore and sustain health with the help of self-medication products. Our passion is the development of safe and effective products which are absolutely user-friendly and of an uncompromisingly high quality.
Cevitt immune Direct ® contributes to the normal function of the immune system - quickly and directly, without water. Besides the proven defense formula of zinc and vitamin C Cevitt immune Direct ® contains valuable citrus flavonoids that act as helpers of vitamin C. In addition, the amino acid histidine for even better absorption and effect of zinc in the body makes. The dosage form is especially useful: the micro-pellets are taken without water, the ingredients in saliva / mouth are released and the body are so available. Each sachet contain 300 milligram Vitamin C and 10 mg Zinc that provide the body best defense.
-    In the form of micro-pellets, easy to swallow without water
-    Applying the latest  technology  in production (TOPO Granulation)
-    Key benefits of TOPO Granulation Technology:
     •    Sensitive product ingredients are protected against acids or bases
     •    Granules are less sensitive to humidity and high temperature
     •    Granules from extremely stable products
     •    No solvent residues in the final products
-    Suitable for diabetics
-    Gluten –free
-    Citrus-flavor


Each sachet contain    
Carbohydrates 1.2g(Per sachet), Fat ( 0.g ),Vitamin C (300 mg ),Citrus Flavonoids (5 mg),Zinc (10 mg) Histidine  (50 mg)   

Vitamin C
Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid is a water -soluble vitamin . However, humans cannot biosynthesize the factor; for them it is a vitamin. People must get this vitamin from food  and other sources. In the body, it acts as an antioxidant, helping to protect cells from the damage caused by free radicals. Free radicals are made when your body breakdown food or when you are exposed to tobacco smoke or radiation.
The buildup of free radicals over time is largely responsible for the aging process. Free radicals may play a role in cancer, heart disease, and conditions like arthritis. Vitamin C is found in plants and animal tissues. The best sources are fruits, vegetables, and organ meats. Water-soluble vitamins dissolve in water. Leftover amounts of the vitamin leave the body through the urine, that means you need a continuous supply of such vitamins in your diet.
The body needs vitamin C to make collagen, a protein required to help wounds heal. In addition, vitamin C improves the absorption of iron from plant- based foods and helps the immune system work properly to protect the body from disease. Many uses for the vitamin C have been proposed, but few have been found to be beneficial in scientific studies. In particular, research on asthma, cancer and diabetes remains inconclusive, and no benefits have been found for the prevention of cataracts or heart disease.
Some people may need extra vitamin C:
-    Pregnant / Breast feeding women
-    Smokers
-    People recovering from surgery
-    Burn victims
Zinc
Zinc is an essential mineral that is naturally present in some foods, added to others, and available as a dietary supplement. Zinc is also found in many cold lozenges and some over-the-counter drugs sold as cold remedies . Zinc is found in all parts of the body. It is a component in more than 300 enzymes and influences hormones. It is vital for activating growth and physical and neurological development in infants, children and teenagers. Zinc also accelerates cell division and enhances the immune system. Zinc is vital in protecting the body from illnesses and fighting infections. According to the WHO, zinc deficiency is one of the 10 major factors contributing to disease in developing countries. Two billion people worldwide are not getting enough zinc through their diet. Zinc deficiency is a major health problem in developing countries. Young children are most impacted. Zinc deficiency weakens their immune system and leaves them vulnerable to infectious diseases such as diarrhea, pneumonia and malaria which claim millions of lives of children under the age of five every year. Zinc deficiency is also accountable for physical and intellectual retardation and stunting, preventing children from developing to their full potential.
Groups at Risk of Zinc Inadequacy
-    People with gastrointestinal and other diseases
-    Vegetarians
-    Pregnant and lactating women
-    Older infants who are exclusively breastfed
-    People with sickle cell disease

 

Vitamin C promotes resistance to infection. The value of large amounts of ascorbic acid to prevent and cure the common cold has been reported, but conclusions from these studies remain controversial. It is generally accepted that taking high doses of vitamin c for colds reduces the severity of the symptoms, but it does not, prevent them. Many uses of vitamin C have been proposed, but few have been found to be beneficial in scientific studies. For example:
-    Wrinkled skin
-    Reducing the risk of certain cancers of the mouth and breast
-    Lowering high blood pressure
-    Preventing sunburn
-    Reducing the risk of gallbladder disease
-    Treating an eye disease called AMD(Age-related macular degeneration)
-    Decreasing protein in the urine of people with type 2 diabetes(albuminuria)
-    Redness(erythema) after cosmetic skin procedures
-    Decreasing lung infections caused by heavy exercise
-    Treating ulcer in the stomach caused by bacteria called H.Pylori
-    Helping medicines used for chest pain, such as nitroglycerin, to work longer.
-    Preventing hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis)
-    Reducing complications of a high-risk pregnancy (pre-eclampsia)
Zinc
It is use for :
-Preventing  and  treating  blood  levels of zinc that are too low (zinc deficiency). Zinc deficiency may occur in severe diarrhea, conditions that make it hard for the bowel to absorb food, liver cirrhosis and alcoholism, after major surgery, and during long-term use of tube feeding in the hospital. But as a rule, routine use of zinc supplements is not recommended.
- Reducing diarrhea in malnourished children, or in children who have low zinc levels.
- Treating Wilson’s disease, a rare genetic disorder
-Decreasing the length of time the common cold lasts, when taken by mouth as a lozenge..
-Acne
-Weak bones (osteoporosis). Low zinc intake seems to be linked to lower bone mass.
-Treating an eye disease called age-related macular degeneration (AMD) when taken with other medicines.
-Treating attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
-Treating an inherited disorder called acrodermatitis enteropathica.
-Leprosy, when used with other medications.
-Herpes simplex virus when zinc preparations made for the skin are applied directly to the mouth or genitals.
-Promoting weight gain and improving depression in people with eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa.
-Preventing and treating stomach ulcers.
-Preventing complications related to sickle cell anemia in people who have low zinc levels.
-Preventing muscle cramps in people who have low zinc levels.
-Treating leg wounds in people with low zinc levels.
-As a mouthwash or toothpaste for preventing tartar and gingivitis.
-Improving healing of burns.
-Increasing vitamin A levels in underfed children or in children with low zinc levels.
-Preventing and treating pneumonia in undernourished children in developing countries

Serious side effects from too much vitamin C are very rare, because the body cannot store the vitamin. In some people, vitamin C might cause nausea, vomiting, heartburn, stomach cramps, headache, and other side effects. Amount higher than 2000  milligram/day are not recommended because such high doses can lead to kidney stones and severe diarrhea.
Zinc is LIKELY SAFE for most adults when applied to the skin, or when taken by mouth in amounts not larger than 40 mg per day. Routine zinc supplementation is not recommended without the advice of a healthcare professional. In some people, zinc might cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, metallic taste, kidney and stomach damage, and other side effects.

Reduce absorption of the :
-Fluoroquinolones like Ciprofloxacin, Nalidixic and  etc.
-Tetracyclines like Doxycycline, Minocycline and Tetracycline
-Penicilamin
- Warfarin

Take One sachet per day, Enter directly onto the tongue and let dissolve slowly.

1-Is vitamin C a necessary vitamin or can our bodies make enough to satisfy our needs?

Many plants and animals do not need to consume foods high in ascorbic acid to meet their need for Vitamin C because they are genetically programmed to produce enzymes that convert glucose into ascorbic acid. Unfortunately humans have only 3 of the 4 enzymes necessary for internal production of ascorbic acid, therefore we must satisfy our physical needs for this important vitamin through our intake of foods rich in vitamin C and/or take a good supplement.

  2-What is the function of the Citrus Bioflavonoids?

Bioflavonoids are biologically active Flavonoid compounds found throughout the entire plant kingdom. Since the discovery of Flavonoids in 1936 when they were first isolated from lemons and called citrin and Vitamin P over 4,000 different types have been characterized. Though there are several forms of Bioflavonoids in the complex the predominant form is Hesperidin. These Flavonoids exhibit beneficial effects on capillary permeability and therefore support blood flow. They are antioxidants that work synergistically with Vitamin C.

3-Is Zinc safe?

Yes, quite safe. Zinc is an important mineral in the human body. It has traditionally been used on Seafood and Oyster Bar tops (presumably for antibacterial qualities). but we can use it from supplements.

4- what are the different sources of zinc ?

A wide variety of foods contain zinc . Oysters contain more zinc per serving than any other food, but red meat and poultry provide the majority of zinc in the American diet. Other good food sources include beans, nuts, certain types of seafood (such as crab and lobster), whole grains, fortified breakfast cereals, and dairy products .
 Phytates—which are present in whole-grain breads, cereals, legumes, and other foods—bind zinc and inhibit its absorption . Thus, the bioavailability of zinc from grains and plant foods is lower than that from animal foods, although many grain- and plant-based foods are still good sources of zinc .

5- Who needs zinc and what are the symptoms of deficiency? 

Many experts say that zinc deficiency is widespread.  People living in poverty with diets low in zinc, especially children between five years of age, need zinc the most. Deficiencies result in poor wound healing because of zinc's role in cellular repair. Zinc deficiency also leads to slower growth.  Most importantly, children with low levels of zinc are at increased risk for infection, severe infections and death.

6- Can Vitamin C Prevent or Treat Cold Symptoms?

The value of large amounts of ascorbic acid to prevent and cure the common cold has been reported, but conclusions from these studies remain controversial. It is generally accepted that taking high doses of vitamin C for colds reduces the severity of the symptoms, but it does not prevent them. 

1- آیا ویتامین C یک ویتامین ضروری است یا بدن ما قادر به ساخت میزان کافی از آن می باشد ؟

برخی حیوانات و گیاهان نیاز به مصرف این ویتامین از طریق غذا ندارند، زیرا قادر به ساخت آن می باشند. متاسفانه انسان تنها دارای  3 تا 4 آنزیم ضروری داخلی برای ساخت اسید اسکوربیک یا ویتامین ث می باشد. بنابراین برای برطرف کردن نیاز ضروری بدن باید این ویتامین را از منابع غذایی یا مکمل ها دریافت نماید.

2 -  آیا ویتامین C می تواند از سرماخوردگی جلوگیری کند یا در درمان علائم سرماخوردگی موثر است  ؟

ویتامین C برای سالهای متوالی در درمان سرماخوردگی مورد استفاده قرار گرفته است. ولی مطالعات نشان می دهد که در مجموع دریافت مکمل ویتامین C یا مواد غذایی حاوی این ویتامین تنها در درمان علائم و کوتاه کردن دوره درمان سرماخوردگی موثر است و نه پیشگیری از سرماخوردگی.

3 - چه افرادی روی (زینک) نیاز دارند و کمبود آن منجر به کدام عوارض می گردد ؟ 

به صورت کلی تمامی افراد در همه رده های سنی نیاز به مصرف روی از منابع غذایی به صورت روزانه دارند .کارشناسان سلامتی معتقدند کمبود روی به صورت گسترده در کشورهای در حال توسعه به خصوص در کودکان زیر 5 سال دیده می شود. افرادی که رژیم های غذایی حاوی مقادیر پائین روی دریافت می نمایند بیشتر در معرض کمبود روی قرار دارند. که این امر می تواند سبب بهبود التیام یافتن زخم ها  و تاخیر در رشد کودکان گردد. همچنین کمبود این ماده مغذی می تواند افراد به خصوص کودکان را در معرض خطر بیشتر ابتلا به عفونت و مرگ  و میر قرار دهد.

4- آیا مصرف مکمل زینک ایمن می باشد؟

بله کاملا ایمن می باشد. روی یک ماده معدنی بسیار مهم است که در بیش از 300 واکنش در بدن شرکت می نماید. در گذشته به طور سنتی روی را از منابع غذایی دریایی از جمله صدف  استفاده می نمودند. ولی به دلیل کمبودهای گسترده این ماده معدنی امروزه مکمل های غذایی این ماده نیز تولید شده است. که دریافت آنها در مقادیر توصیه شده ایمن می باشد.

5 - چه تفاوتی میان منابع مختلف روی وجود دارد ؟

مواد مغذی بسیاری حاوی روی می باشند. صدف بیش از سایر مواد غذایی حاوی روی است. ولی سایر منابع از جمله گوشت قرمز و مرغ نیز دارای روی می باشند.

از جمله دیگر منابع غذایی خوب می توان به لوبیا، آجیل و انواع خامی از منابع دریایی از جمله خرچنگ و غلات سبوس دار، غلات صبحانه غنی شده و محصولات لبنی اشاره نمود. 

هر چند توجه به این نکته ضروری است که فیتات موجود در نان گندم سبوس دار، غلات و حبوبات و یا دیگر مواد غذایی به روی متصل می شوند و مانع از جذب روی در دستگاه گوارش می شوند. بنابراین زیست فراهمی روی در غلات و غذاهای گیاهی کمتر از غذاهای جانوری است. گرچه بسیاری از دانه های گیاهی منبع خوبی از روی می باشند.

6- عملکرد سیتروس بایوفلاونوئید چیست؟

بیوفلاونوئید ها ترکیبات فعال بیولوژیکی فلاونوئیدها هستند که در تمامی گیاهان موجود می باشند. از زمان کشف فلاونوئیدها در سال 1936 که اولین بار از لیمو جدا شد و سیترین یا ویتامین P نامیده شد. بیش از 4000 نوع مختلف از انواع فلاونوئیدها شناخته شده است.

اگرچه اشکال مختلفی از بیوفلاونوئیدها وجود دارد ولی نوع غالب آن هسپریدین می باشد. این فلاونوئید اثرات مفیدی بر نفوذ پذیری مویرگی و در نتیجه حمایت از سیستم جریان خون دارند. این ترکیبات به صورت سینرژیک با ویتامین  C کار می کنند. 

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