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Biotin Vitamin B7

Biotin Vitamin B7

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High-dose vitamin B7

✅ Highest raw material quality and purity
✅ Produced and bottled in Austria
✅ Purely plant-based


The vitamin converts fats, proteins or carbohydrates and thereby supplies the body with energy. In addition to a healthy metabolism, biotin also protects, among other things, brain function and has a positive effect on blood sugar. B vitamins such as biotin protect against the causes of heart disease, heart attacks or strokes. Biotin also prevents thyroid and adrenal problems. The vitamin also helps in the growth and maintenance of body tissue, as well as building muscles. Biotin is therefore essential for many functions of the human organism.

Daily dose: 2 x 5 drops = 100 µg biotin (200% NRV) drip into a little water or juice and drink.

Ingredients: Water, ethanol, solubilizer polyglycerol polyricinoleate, biotin

Contents: 10 ml

Store in a cool and dry place.

Not an organic product according to Regulation (EU) 2018/848.

Why does the body need biotin?

Biotin, also known as vitamin B7 or vitamin H, is a vitamin that plays a key role in the body. Here are some of the key functions of biotin.

Energy metabolism - Biotin is involved in enzymatic processes necessary for the energy metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins. It supports the conversion of nutrients into energy.

Healthy Skin - Biotin plays a role in maintaining healthy skin, hair and nails. It is important for the growth and maintenance of skin cells.

Hair and Nails - Biotin is often associated with promoting healthy hair growth and nail strength. However, there is limited scientific evidence for these specific effects in people with sufficient biotin supply.

Nervous System - Biotin supports the nervous system by playing a role in the synthesis of neurotransmitters.

Blood sugar levels - There is evidence that biotin may play a role in regulating blood sugar levels, particularly in people with diabetes.

Embryonic Development - During pregnancy, biotin is important for normal embryonic development.

People with certain genetic disorders, pregnant women, or those taking certain medications may be at higher risk of biotin deficiency.

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