Vitamins

Vitamin A

Vitamin A series

Vitamin A Acetate 325,000IU/g

Vitamin A Acetate 500,000IU/g

Vitamin A Acetate 1,000,000IU/g

Vitamin A Acetate 2,800,000IU/g

Vitamin A Palmitate 250,000IU/g

Vitamin A Palmitate 500,000IU/g

Vitamin A Palmitate 1,700,000IU/g

 

Vitamin B

Vitamin B series

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine Hydrochloride)

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine Nitrate)

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)

Vitamin B2 sodium phosphate

Vitamin B3 (Nicotinamide)

Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride)

Vitamin B9 (Folic acid)

Vitamin B12 1% (cyanocobalamin)

Vitamin B12 98% (cyanocobalamin)

Vitamin B12 Pure (Methylcobalamin)

 

Vitamin C

Vitamin C series

Vitamin C; Ascorbic acid

Vitamin C 97-coated

Vitamin C granular 97SF

Vitamin C 100mesh

Vitamin C 325mesh

Sodium ascorbate

Calcium ascorbate

L-ascorbat-monophosphate

Ascorbyl palmitate

 

Vitamin D3

Vitamin D series

Vitamin D3 100,000IU/g

Vitamin D3 500,000IU/g

Vitamin D3 1,000,000IU/g

Vitamin D3 4,000,000IU/g

Vitamin D3 5,000,000IU/g

Vitamin D3 10,000,000IU/g

Vitamin D3 40,000,000IU/g

Vitamin D2 40,000,000IU/g

 

Vitamin E

Vitamin E series (Synthesis)

Vitamin E powder 50% CWS

Vitamin E powder 50% TAB

Vitamin E powder 50% DC

DL-Alpha-tocopherol 96%

Vitamin E oil 98%

Vitamin E series (Natural)

D-Alpha tocopherol acetate 700IU

D-Alpha tocopherol 1000IU

D-Alpha tocopherol 1100IU

D-Alpha tocopherol acetate 1000IU

D-Alpha tocopherol acetate 1100IU

D-Alpha tocopherol acetate 1360IU

D-Alpha tocopherol succinate 1185IU

D-Alpha tocopherol succinate 1210IU

Mixed tocopherols T50

Mixed tocopherols T70

Mixed tocopherols T90

 

Vitamin K

Vitamin K series

Vitamin K1 1%

Vitamin K1 5%

Vitamin K1 98%

Vitamin K2 (MK-1)1%

Vitamin K2 (MK-4)98%

 

Vitamins

Others

Niacin

D-Calcium pantothenate

D-panthenol

Vitamin H (D-Biotin)

Inositol

CoQ10 10%

CoQ10 20%

CoQ10 40%

CoQ10 98%

Taurine

Alpha lipoic acid (powder)

Alpha lipoic acid (granular)

Description

Vitamins are a kind of trace organic substances that humans and animals must obtain from food in order to maintain normal physiological functions. They play an important role in the growth, metabolism, and development of the human body. Vitamins neither participate in the formation of human cells in the body nor provide energy for the human body

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