Epi-A
Ingredients-content:

60 capsules. 
Recommended daily dosage: 
2 capsules
 
Ingredients:
1.Brocolli (Brassica oleraces)                                                                 
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2.Red clover (Trifolium pratense):                                                          @
                                  3.Natural Betacarotene (Daucus carota):                                            @                                            4.Spirulina                                                                                                        @
                                  5.Chlorella                                                                                                        @
                                  6. sp-Medis pilzextrakt/                                                                               @
                                  Vegetable capsules
                                   No preservative additives

Vitamin A is a collective term for compounds that have the same biological effect as retinol. In the diet, vitamin A is mainly as carotenoids from fruits and vegetables, or as retinyl ester from animal foods. Vitamin A is required for the vision process and regulates the growth and differentiation of many cell types.
Lack of vitamin A leads to reduced growth and impaired vision, and eventually blindness.
Fat-soluble vitamin

Broccoli - Red clover - Carrot - Spirulina - Chlorella -  betacaroten.
1 Containing potassium, protein, fiber, vitamin K, vitamin C, folate, Ferro, A + B vitamins, vitamin C (twice as much C in orange) + sulforaphane.

2 Contains more than 125 chemical compounds identified in rødkløverplanten. Essential ingredients are flavonoids, isoflavones (including daidzein, genistein, formononetin and biochanin) Kumarn, resins, phenolic acids (such as salicylic acid), essential oils (such as methyl salicylate and benzyl alcohol), sitosterol, starch, fatty acids , minerals and vitamins. The isoflavones have estrogen-like effect.

3 contains chlorophyll, beta-carotene, nucleic acid (RNA and DNA), essential fatty acids and about 60% protein.

4 Contains vitamin A, vitamin K, B12, iron

What does vitamin A to the body
Vitamin A is essential for normal vision, particularly night vision. In addition, vitamin A is important for normal cell proliferation (especially in utero), the maintenance of the immune system and maintenance of the skin and mucous membranes. Vitamin A is also important for normal growth and development in children and adolescents.
Sources of vitamin A in their diets
Good sources of vitamin A and carotenoids (provitamin A) in the diet is cod liver oil, fatty fish, liver, egg yolk, milk products, yellowish red and green vegetables.
What happens when a lack of vitamin A?
Examples of signs of vitamin A deficiency is poor night vision, impaired growth in children, signs of an impaired immune system, no appetite and dry / rough skin. If you go over time with too little vitamin A can get permanent eye damage and at worst lose sight completely.
Lack of vitamin A in pregnant women can cause birth defects.
What happens with a high intake of vitamin A?
High doses of vitamin A is toxic and can cause serious poisoning. It is therefore important to ensure that one does not consume too much vitamin A. Headache, nausea, visual disturbances, and irritability are examples of symptoms due to excessive intake of vitamin A. Most poisonings with vitamin A due to high intake over a long period . Too high intake of vitamin A in pregnant women can cause birth defects.
Advice and guidance on supplements of vitamin A
People with reduced fat absorption from the intestine, poor appetite or those who have a diet that is very low in vitamin A should be granted additional vitamin A, often in the form of a dietary supplement.
Transmission or multi-vitamin and mineral supplements are great ways to ingest vitamin A on. Remember that if you take cod liver oil and also want a multi-vitamin and mineral supplements, you should use a non A and vitamin D to prevent overdoses of these vitamins. A general rule is to only use a dietary supplement that contain vitamin A. The grant should be taken with fatty foods.

EPI-A CONTAINS THESE HERBS/PLANTS AND THE SUPPLEMENTS IS HARVESTED FROM: 

Broccoli, or asparagus as it is also called, is a cabbage plant that comes from Italy and is grown throughout Europe. The hole plants is used.  Red clover The flower heads are used in herbal medicine. They are harvested at early flowering in the summer and then dried.  Chlorella is a freshwater algae where each cell is self-sufficient, an entire organism.  Spirulina, genus of the blue-green algae, cyanobacteria. The genus (including Arthrospira) forms helical cell threads (tricomer), has many species in both freshwater, brackish and marine areas. The hole algea is used.  

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