Vitamin R

Vitamin R (Vitaminum P; list B) - a number of substances, flavonoids, having the ability (especially in combination with ascorbic acid) to reduce permeability capillaries and hinder the activity of hyaluronidase. Together with ascorbic acid they are involved in redox processes; possess antioxidant (antioxidation) property. Contains as glycosides in the fruit of the wild rose, citrus, Aronia, green leaf tea , etc. as drugs are used: vitamin P leaf tea, vitamin P from citrus fruit, and substances with P-vitamin activity - rutin (Rutinum) and quercetin (Quercetinum). Use these drugs for the prevention and treatment of gipovitaminose R and in diseases involving violation of vascular permeability (haemorrhagic diathesis, bleeding in the retina eyes, kapilliarotoxicos, radiation sickness, septic endocarditis, rheumatism, glomerulonephritis, hypertension, arachnoiditis), as well as for prevention and treatment of lesions of capillaries associated with the use of anticoagulants, salicylates, arsenic compounds. Assign inside of powders and tablets vitamin P and rutin on 0.05-0.1 g 2-3 times a day, quercetin 0.02 g 3-5 times a day. Contraindicated drugs vitamin R at elevated blood coagulability.
Method of production: vitamin R (leaf tea and citrus) - powder and pills to 0.05 g; rutin powder and tablets 0.1 g; quercetin powder and tablets of 0.02 g Cm. also Vitamins.

Vitamin e is another vitamin that affect the permeability of capillaries. However, he acts normalizada only with increased capillary permeability. The latter is manifested mainly in the penetration of the blood through the capillary wall, leading to bleeding and bleeding.
The properties of vitamin P has a number of substances, which are contained in a variety of plant foods, often together with vitamin C. These substances are: citrine, allocated from the red pepper and lemon, rutin, contained in the leaves of buckwheat, and tannin tea, called catechins, allocated from the green leaves of tea plants. Lots of vitamin e in black currant, wild rose, grapes.
The main use of the vitamin e is a particular disease capillary - purpura nervosa, or, otherwise, disease Shenleyn's disease, which occurs mainly in children and adolescents, often after a previous infection, flu, sore throats or measles. The main symptom of this disease is increased capillary permeability, accompanied by bleeding into the skin, mucous membranes, joints. The causes of this disease is not yet known. It occurs in the form of heavy attacks and can result in death. The use of vitamin R often has a salutary effect even in the most hopeless cases.
...In one of Moscow hospitals delivered 7-year-old child with bloody diarrhea. In urine was found the blood and skin had extensive rash, like bruises; the joints were swollen. The boy was unconscious, his condition seemed hopeless. Then he began to enter vitamin R from tea leaves and ascorbic acid. After 2-3 days the allocation of blood with the urine has stopped. Gradually disappeared, and other pathological phenomena. Repeated bouts of illness in a child no more.
Scientific research of recent years has shown that vitamin R eliminates bleeding that occur in some infectious diseases and radiation sickness, which develops after exposure to large doses of x-rays or radium. Currently tested the efficacy of vitamin e in the treatment of hypertension, some diseases of the meninges.
Vitamin P is used together with ascorbic acid, as it has been observed that in the absence of it, he might not have effect. From its side, vitamin P, according to some scientists, promotes the formation of reserves and the absorption of vitamin C in the body.
One of the sources of vitamin e for person serves tea, with more than it is in the highest grades of tea.