Each capsule contains:
Vitamin E ……………………400 mg or 1000 mg
Tocopheryl acetate 400 I.U.)
Vitamin E is one of the most effective
antioxidant vitamins. It contributes to
membrane integrity and protects critical
cellular structured against damage from
oxygen-free radical and reactive products of
lipid peroxidation (the main causes of cell
Diminution of Vitamin E from smooth muscles
cells under oxidative stress conditions
results in growth and proliferation of these
cells which contributed to the development
of atherosclerosis, and hence the importance
of Vitamin E in protection from the
Recent studies have revealed that IHD
mortality are primarily attribute to plasma
status of Vitamin E. In condition to its
antioxidant function, Vitamin E influences
cellular response to oxidative stress
through modulation of signal-transduction
pathways, This modulation contributed to its
anticancer and immunostimulatory effects.
About 50-80% of Vitamin E is absorbed from
small intestine. It is carried by blood
lipoproteins and stored in all body tissues
especially adipose tissues. It is
metabolized in the liver and excreted via
bile and urine.
treatment and prventation of Vitamin E
deficiency manifested by myopathic
Hypoprothrombenemia due to Vitamin K
Hypersensitivity to Vitamin E.
When give in large doses for prolonged
periods of time, blurred vision, diarrhea,
dizziness, headache , nausea or stomach
cramps may be occured.
Oral anticoagulants as coumarin or
hypoprothrombobinemic effect may be
increased, possibly with bleeding.
colestipol or minerals oil:
with the absorption of Vitamin E,
requirements of Vitamin E may be increased
in patients receiving these medications.
Dosage & route of
administration & duration:
One capsule daily after meal.
Pregnancy , Nursing and lactation:
It is not recommended during pregnancy and
breast feeding due to lack of well
Keep at temp.
not exceeding 30ºC
Keep out of reach of children.
Box of 20 capsules (400mg or 1000mg).