Para Aminobenzoic Acid aids healthy bacteria to produce folic acid; aids in the formation of red blood cells; contains sun screening properties; aids in the assimilation of Pantothenic acid; returns hair to its natural color. Keeps skin smooth and healthy, delays wrinkles and reduces the pain of burns. •
1. Stimulates intestinal bacteria.
2. Acts in the capacity of a coenzyme in the breakdown of proteins.
3. Assists in the formation of blood cells, primarily red blood cells.
4. Prevents eczema and vitiligo which is a loss of skin pigmentation.
5. Has been shown beneficial in burn pain control.
6. Helps to protect the skin against the harmful effects of overexposure to sunlight.
Signs or Symptoms of a Deficiency: Deficiencies in Para Aminobenzoic Acid (PABA) may result in constipation, depression, headache, irritability, G I disorders, fatigue, graying hair May cause extreme fatigue, eczema, irritability, depressions, nervousness, constipation, headaches, digestive disorders, hair turning prematurely gray and loss of sex drive. Sulfa drugs cause a deficiency of PABA. Lupus Erythematosus (mega-doses have shown positive response in 80% of cases studied).
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