HRI Vitalion

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HRI VITALION is an efficient solution in preventing, treating and relieving those health problems caused by the bad functioning of the osteoarticular and/or the cardiovascular system(s). A it is a plant-based remedy,HRI VITALION is really a natural treatment you can discuss about with your doctor.

About this product:

Each daily dose of 2 tablets contains:


Vitamine A (form provitamine beta carotene) 400 μg (50% DRD)*
Vitamine C (ascorbic acid)  30 mg (50% DRD)*
Calcium  100,0 mg (12,5% DRD)*
Iron  7,0 mg (50 % DRD)*
Magnesium  25,0 mg (8,3% DRD)*
Zinc  2,5 mg (16,7% DRD)*
Manganese  1,0 mg (0,125% DRD)*
Potasium  20,0 mg (0,003% DRD)*
Copper  400 μg (0,143% DRD)*
Apple powder  75,0 mg
Grape-vine powder  40,0 mg
Hibiscus powder  37,5 mg
Rose hips powder  37,5 mg
Orange peel powder  25,0 mg
Elder flower powder  25,0 mg

*DRD: daily recommended dose for adults.

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Content per tablet (480mg)

Calcium carbonate, apple powder, potato fiber, sodium chloride, magnesium stearate, magnesia, grape-vine powder, potassium chloride, rose hips powder, hibiscus powder, ascorbic acid, gloss material (stearic acid), orange peel powder, elder flower powder, ferrous fumarate, coating material film (hydroxypropyl methylcellulose), beta carotene 1,5 mg, stabilizer (arabic gum), anti-caking (silicon dioxide), coloring agents (titanium oxide and iron oxide), talcum, manganese sulfate, zinc oxide, copper sulfate.

How to take HRI VITALION

Adults: 2x1 tablets per day, in the morning and in the afternoon, but before 05:00 p.m., with enough water.
Do not exceed the stated dose.
Pay attention, this product cannot substitute varied and balanced diet, or a healthy way of living.
Do not use the product if the seal had been broken.
Keep out of children’s reach.
Keep at temperatures below 25°C, in a dry place and out of sunlight reach.
Use it before the date written on the box (day, month, year).
Net quantity: 50 tablets, of a medium weight of 416 mg (approximative total weight: 20,5 - 20,8 grams).

What do you know about Apples?

Did you know that, out of all vegetables and fruits, Apples, eaten regularly, help reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases, of diabetes, of asthma or of cancer? This is also why apples are excellent in the fight against atherosclerosis, due to their proven good influence in reducing cholesterol- a high risk factor in heart diseases and heart attack.
But how exactly do apples help us?

  1. The apples contain insoluble fibers, which tie the cholesterol released by the liver into the digestive tract and actually “wipe” it out of the body, preventing it from bing reabsorbed.
  2. Pectines, the most important of all soluble fibers contained by apples, reduce the production of cholesterol inside the liver.
  3. Being rich in flavonoid antioxidants, apples also stimulate the absorption of vitamin C, so important in fighting the different forms of cancer.
  4. And let’s not forget their cooling effect in treating digestive troubles and in preventing the colon cancer.

What do you know about Hibiscus?

Although very popular as a decorative plant, the Flower of Hibiscus is also an excellent antioxidant. How come?

  1. It is rich in citric and ascorbic acid (vitamin C).
    It helps reducing the arterial tension.
  2. It is really efficient in reducing the blood cholesterol level.
  3. It fights rheums.

What do you know about Grape-vine?

It is already known that Grape-Vine stimulates blood circulation and microcirculation. But in what way?

  1. It tonifies and protects the blood vessels.
  2. It stabilises the level of collagen contained by the tissues.
  3. It has antioxidant properties.
    It helps eliminating the toxins accumulated in the blood vessels out of the body.
  4. It has a relieving effect in treating articular affections (arthritis, artrosis) rheumatic diseases.

What do you know about Oranges?

Like all citrus fruits, Orange is one of the best sources of vitamin C. It has already been proven that this vitamin is an excellent antiviral and antibacterial agent. Though, did you know that its most important effect is that of stimulating the good functioning of the immunitary system?

  1. It plays an important part in neutralizing free radicals.
  2. It helps preventing certain forms of cardiovascular diseases or various types of cancer.
  3. It strengthens the capillary walls, with the aid of bioflavonoids that are present in the interior peels of the orange.
    It reduces the blood cholesterol level.
  4. It moreover contains two types of vitamin B, mainly the thiamin and folic acid.

What do you know about Rose Hips?

Rose Hips also have an important role in fighting cardiovascular diseases, mainly because they are highly antioxidant. Moreover, they are hemostatic (that is they stop hemorragies), benefic for digestion and antitussive. But how?

  1. They are rich in vitamins C, E and K.
  2. They contain tocopherol, oils, sugars, fatty and fruit acids, amino acids, pectins, tannins, carotenoids and polyphenols.
  3. They have diuretic and anti diarrheic effects if used as a dry powder made of their fruits.
  4. It relieves arthritic symptoms as they are highly rich in flavonoids and in vitamins.

What do you know about the Elder Flower?

In traditional medicine, the Elder Flower is consumed in teas and limonades. And here is a list of its qualities...

  1. Its flowers are rich in glycosides, ruten, volatile oils, mucus, glucides, vitamin C,…
  2. Its fruits are rich in fruit acids, vitamins C, C2 and A, glucides, oligoelements, volatile oils,...
  3. It clears efficiently the respiratory tract.
  4. It drains blood and kidneys.
  5. It has a proven antipyretic and diuretic action in treating rheumatic affections.
  6. Elder flower tea is excellent against flu. It is antitussive, though mildly laxative.

What do you know about Vitamin A (retinol)?

Among its numerous applications, the one everyone knows is that of improving sightseeing. As it is part of the retina pigment forming the eyeball, vitamin A influences greatly the sightseeing quality.
It is necessary in maintaining the epithelials healthy (skin, mucosa).

  1. It adjusts the arterial tension and sleep.
  2. It is necessary in the development and growth of bones and teeth, hair and gums.
  3. It strengthens the resistance to respiratory infections.
  4. It participates in the metabolism of steroid hormones.

What do you know about Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)?

First of all, vitamin C is one of the most important vitamin for a healthy body.

  1. It is necessary in the growth of connective tissue and bones.
  2. It is necessary in the growth of teeth and in the treatment of wounds.
  3. It is influential in many metabolic processes, such as iron absortion.

What do you know about Calcium?

99% of our bones are made of Calcium. And 1% of our calcium coordinates the blood circulation.

  1. It is necessary in the good functioning of blood vessels, in the muscular contraction,or in the nervous system.
  2. It is necessary in the hormone production and in stimulating coagulation.
  3. It plays an important part in the intracellular transmission of information and in adjusting certain enzymes.

What do you know about Iron?

Iron is a vital element of the human body. Being part of hemoglobin, it makes sure oxygen is being transported in the blood. The enzyme called catalase is implicated in the protection of our body against the free radicals– molecules that destroy cellules and attack the vital functions.

  1. It influences the growth, the cellular regeneration and the good functioning of the immunitary system.
  2. It helps the growing system and improves the resistance to diseases.
  3. It prevents tiredness, treats anemia caused by iron deficiencies and provides a healthy color to the skin.

What do you know about Magnesium?

Magnesium is a vital mineral substance. It is necessary to the good functioning of hundreds of enzymes, to all processes that need energy, but also to multiple stages of the proteic, lipidic and glucidic metabolism.

  1. It is necessary in producing insulin.
  2. It plays an important part in bone and teeth development.
  3. It adjusts the calcium equilibrium and the body temperature.
  4. It delays aging and prevents heart attacks.
  5. It helps at the good functioning of brain and cardiac muscles.

What do you know about Zinc?

Zinc is a vital oligoelement. It plays an important part in stabilising the cellular membrane and insurance the spatial structure of the nucleic acids (DNA, RNA).

  1. It is necessary in the good functioning of the immunitary system, in producing hormones, and together with insulin in the good functioning of the glucidic metabolism.
  2. It is important for the skin, in healing the internal and external wounds.
  3. It is an adjuvant in treating sterility and mental illnesses.
  4. It “clears” thinking.
  5. It prevents prostate affections.

What do you know about Manganese?

Manganese is implicated in the basic metabolic processes. It plays an important part in the coagulation processes and the development of bones. Vitamin K, necessary in the coagulation processes and the development of bones, is “functional" only when manganese is present also.

  1. It influences the release of energy present in food and the defence against free radicals.
  2. It is necessary in a normal digestion and in food assimilation.
  3. It has a positive influence over hepatic and renal functions.
  4. It helps keeping calcium, iron and all other vitamins in the body.

What do you know about Potassium?

The normal quantity of Potassium in the human body is of approximately 150 grams, located almost entirely intracellularly. Its most important role is that of sending nervous impulses.

  1. It is necessary in the acido-basic equilibrium, in sending the nervous impulses and in the good functioning of muscles.
  2. It supports the cardiac activity.
  3. It intervenes in the good functioning of the adrenals and helps eliminating organic toxins organice, thus maintaining the body’s water equilibrium.

What do you know about Copper?

is a vital oligoelement. It plays an important part in multiple biochemical processes, by maintaining the good functioning of many enzymes.

  1. It helps hematopoiesis, as it is necessary in the maintaining of a adequate structure of certain tissular components (such as collagen).
  2. It is anticancerigene, anti infective and anti inflammatory.
  3. It helps the heart functioning normally.
  4. It has an anticoagulant effect and supports the forming of hemoglobin and of red cells.