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Rejuvenis B-complex Vitamin

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Rejuvenis B Complex

A dietary supplement to support proper nerve function and


Rejuvenis B Complex contains 11 Balanced B Vitamins:

Thiamin (B1), Riboflavin (B2), Niacinamide (B3), Vitamin

B6, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12, Biotin, Pantothenic Acid (B5),

PABA, Choline and Inositol.

Recommended For:

m Nervous system support*

m Coping with stress and irritability*

m Cardiovascular support*

Nervous System Support:

Thiamin and Niacinamide are required for normal brain

function, cognitive activity and aid in energy production.*

Thiamin is also needed for acetylcholine production, a

neurotransmitter involved in learning and memory functions.

Vitamin B6 is needed for more than 100 enzymatic

reactions in the body. Vitamin B6 is required for normal

brain and nerve function, the synthesis of certain

neurotransmitters and lipids that are part of the myelin


Vitamin B12 is necessary for the maintenance of myelin, the

fatty sheaths that cover and protect nerve endings.*

Biotin supports healthy nerve tissue, aids in cell growth

and fatty acid metabolism.*

Choline is needed for the proper transmission of nerve

impulses from the brain throughout the central nervous


Relaxation Support:

Pantothenic Acid plays a role in the production of the

adrenal hormones and is required by all cells.*

Pantothenic Acid may be helpful in managing irregular

moods and stress.*

PABA (para-aminobenzoic acid) helps in the assimilation of

pantothenic acid and a deficiency may lead to irregular mood

states, irritability and nervousness.*

Vitamin B12 has been shown to enhance sleep patterns,

allowing for more restful and refreshing sleep.*

Inositol has a calming effect and a deficiency may lead

to mood swings and irritability.*

Cardiovascular Support:

Thiamin and Niacinamide are needed for proper


Riboflavin is a necessary cofactor in the production of

energy from carbohydrates, protein and fats.

Vitamin B6 is needed for proper metabolism of fat and

cholesterol.* It is also involved in the process of

transsulfuration, a pathway that breaks down

homocysteine to prevent its buildup in the bloodstream.*

Folic Acid and Vitamin B12 are needed for the formation of

red blood cells which help increase capillary blood flow and

are necessary to recycle homocysteine into methionine.*

Folic Acid is needed for energy production, protein

metabolism and repair of RNA and DNA.

Biotin and Choline aid in fat and cholesterol metabolism.*

Inositol helps to maintain cholesterol levels within

normal ranges.*

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 Capsule

Amount Per Serving

Thiamin 75 mg

Riboflavin 75 mg

Niacinamide 75 mg

Vitamin B6 75 mg

Folic Acid 400 mcg

Vitamin B12 75 mcg

Biotin 300 mcg

Pantothenic Acid 75 mg

PABA (para-aminobenzoic acid) 75 mg

Choline 75 mg

Inositol 75 mg

Other ingredients: vegetable cellulose, vegetarian leucine, rice flour.

Warning: If pregnant or nursing, consult your

healthcare practitioner before taking this or any

nutritional product.

Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take 1 capsule

daily with a meal.

Sold Exclusively Through Retailers.

(60 Vegetarian Capsules)

*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.



Rejuvenis B-Complex is designed to relieve anxiety, improve mood and sleep patterns, and to counteract the dangerous side effects of the body’s response to stress, which can include the suppression of the immune system, the breakdown of important proteins, and mental fatigue.

B vitamins are essential components of metabolism and cognitive function with the ability to increase the body’s ability to use energy efficiently and absorb important nutrients.

As co-enzymes, THE B VITAMINS are essential components in most major metabolic reactions. They play an important role in energy production, including the metabolism of lipids, carbohydrates, and proteins. B vitamins are also important for blood cells, hormones, and nervous system function. As water-soluble substances, B vitamins are not generally stored in the body in any appreciable amounts (with the exception of vitamin B-12). Therefore, the body needs an adequate supply of B vitamins on a daily basis.

Vitamin B1, also called THIAMIN, may be used to improve cognitive function.  In one study, young women reported an increase in composure, clearness, and energy.  The body is unable to produce B1 on its own, so dietary and supplemental intake is necessary.  B1 is called a cofactor, an essential nutrient required for a wide range of functions throughout the body.  Thiamin can help maintain optimal mental health in conditions of stress.

RIBOFLAVIN, Vitamin B2, is required for the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates to make energy.  Deficiency in riboflavin is easy to acquire because it is constantly secreted in the urine.  Symptoms include dry mouth and lips, inflammation of the tongue, sore throat, cracked skin, and bloodshot, itchy eyes.  Combined with other supplements, riboflavin may be used to treat migraine headaches.  Riboflavin also destroys many viruses and bacteria by attaching itself to DNA and RNA and, when exposed to light, breaking the acids apart.  Riboflavin contributes to stress reduction by increasing the body’s ability to use energy efficiently and by assisting in the metabolism of the body’s main sources of energy.

Vitamin B3, NIACIN, can be formed in the brain by the amino acid tryptophan.  However, this reduces tryptophan levels, and tryptophan is also used to make 5-HTP which affects serotonin levels.  When tryptophan is broken down to make niacin, 5-HTP and serotonin levels will be lowered as a consequence.  Supplementing with vitamin B3 can prevent this process by freeing up more tryptophan for 5-HTP production and serotonin regulation.

VITAMIN B6, or pyridoxine, helps reduce homocysteine levels.  Homocysteine is an amino acid that becomes toxic at high levels.  Homocysteine allows blood platelets to clot more easily, increasing the risk of heart attack or stroke due to artery clogging.  Some studies suggest that lower homocysteine levels may reduce anxiety and depression.  In addition, vitamin B6 may have positive effects on the neurotransmitters serotonin and GABA

Folic Acid has a new study that finds women who take folic acid supplements early in their pregnancy can substantially reduce their baby’s chances of being born with a facial cleft.

Researchers at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), part of the National Institutes of Health, found that 0.4 milligrams (mg) a day of folic acid reduced by one-third the baby’s risk of isolated cleft lip (with or without cleft palate). Folic acid is a B vitamin found in leafy vegetables, citrus fruits, beans, and whole grains. It can also be taken as a vitamin supplement, and it is added to flour and other fortified foods. The recommended daily dietary allowance for folate for adults is 400 micrograms or 0.4 mg.

VITAMIN B-12 may be used to increase energy and prevent fatigue.  B-12 works by increasing the amount of hemoglobin in the blood.  Hemoglobin is the substance, which carries oxygen from the lungs to the muscles and other organs in the body.  By increasing the body’s ability to transport oxygen, 75-mcg vitamins B-12 helps the body use energy more efficiently.

BIOTIN is a vitamin involved in fat metabolism, energy production, and the synthesis of several amino acids.  It may also play a role in DNA replication.  Deficiency is not common, but even partial deficiency can be dangerous, 300 mcg is recommended.  Furthermore, it was recently discovered that many pregnant women become biotin-deficient.  Biotin also has some antioxidant activities.

PANTOTHENIC ACID, or vitamin B5, is essential to life; 75-mg recommended.  Other than being necessary for the synthesis of coenzyme A, pantothenic acid is needed to make the acyl-carrier protein, a protein required for the synthesis of fatty acids.  Some research suggests that a derivative of pantothenic acid called pantethine may have some cholesterol-lowering effects.

PABA, or para aminobenzoic acid, is a non-essential nutrient, which is vital to some intestinal bacteria.  Some reports find that PABA can return color to gray hair and stop hair loss, especially in older adults; 75-mg recommended.  It is also used as a sunscreen.  PABA has been researched for its ability to reverse the effects of some connective tissue disorders.

CHOLINE is important for regulating the buildup of fat and cholesterol.  It prevents fat from accumulating in the liver and allows fat to move freely through cells.  Additionally, choline is important as a neurotransmitter and may improve memory; 75-mg recommenced.  Choline is used to create two different compounds, both of which are essential to the body.

INOSITOL supplementation has shown effectiveness against depression and anxiety.  Although inositol is not an essential vitamin, because the body can produce it naturally, supplements have had some positive effects with those nutritionally challenged, including a reduction of panic attacks and some relief for obsessive-compulsive disorder; 75-mg recommended.