Vitamin B4, B5, B6, B7, B8

Vitamin B4 or adinina
It stimulates the formation of certain white blood cells.

It is prescribed in cases of blood diseases due to lack of granulocytes or fatigue caused by taking antibiotics.

Vitamin B4

Like all the B complex found in yeast, whole grains, liver, etc..

His absence seems that only relates to the polyneuritis. Can cause decrease of white blood cells or leukocytes, especially polynuclear.

Doctors may prescribe it in cases of lack of granulocytes.

Vitamin B5 or pantothenic acid

Patotenico acid is a derivative of one of the few beta naturally occurring amino acid, beta alanine.

It was isolated in 1933 and is one of the integral components of Coenzyme A. Mammals can not synthesize this vitamin, but is everywhere in the plant and animal kingdoms.

It's vitamin hair skin and some other functions besides most notably the formation of the adrenal corticosteroid hormones, the release of energy from food, for the conversion of cholesterol into steroid hormones, the metabolism of fats and cholesterol in the formation of antibodies and to maintain healthy nervous system.

It is prescribed for the healing of torpid ulcers (varicose ulcers, burns), improving graft and lumpy scars treatments, chronic constipation or accidental, and in the treatment of seborrhea, hair loss and baldness.

Vitamin B6 or pyridoxine

Without it the activity of the cells slows down, and the tissues degenerate and sometimes irreversible lesions develop.

It is prescribed in cases of use of isoniazid, contraceptives, penicillamine, in order to regulate metabolic diseases, and premenstrual disorders. Vitamin D levels are lower in people with atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease. This vitamin converts homocysteine to cysteine (homocysteine is associated with cardiovascular disease).

Zinc is needed along with vitamin D to the formation of serotonin in the brain.

Vitamin B7 or mesoinositol
Opposes the fat deposits in the organs.

It is prescribed in liver disease, atherosclerosis, excessive levels of cholesterol.

Vitamin B7 or Hill
Like the previous intervenes in the metabolism of fats. They along with the previous constituent of lecithin.

It is prescribed to reduce fat deposits in certain organs, especially liver, and for all liver disease.

Vitamin B8 or Biotin or H1
Its main function is transporting the CO2 group.
It is also used by the body to assist in normal growth and development of skin and hair, as well as nerve and bone marrow.

It is prescribed for certain conditions of the skin and mucous membranes, dermatitis, seborrheic, glossitis, alopecia, etc..

Values of the RDA for men 23 to 50 years of age and their relationship "High Security" / RDA

RDA                                Vitamin                            Security Level
1.4 mg                         Thiamin (B1)                          over 100          
1.6 mg                         Riboflavin (B2)                       over 100
18 mg                          Niacin (B3)                         NE about 100
4-7 mg                  Pantoténico1 acid (B5)              over 100
2.2 mg                       Pyridoxine (B6)                          100
400 ug                       Folic acid (B9)                           over 50
3 ug                             Vitamin B12                             over 100
60 mg                           Vitamin C                              about 100
100-200 ug                  Biotin (B7)                            over 100
5 ug (200 IU)                Vitamin D                                about 10
10 mg-TE (15 IU)         Vitamin E                                over 100
70-140 ug                    Vitamin K                                 over 50
1000 ug RE2                Vitamin A                               around 10 *

about 3 **

NE = Niacin equivalent in

RE = Retinol Equivalence in

TE = Tocopherol

1 = estimate of a safe and adequate level instead of RDA, due to limited available evidence.

2 = is the equivalent of 3333 IU of retinol or 5000 IU vitamin A diet.

* = Relationship between the levels are still considered safe in the vast majority of adults and RDS Standard.

** = Women of childbearing age.

Source: Lamberts medicines.

*Automatic Translation