L-Glutathione is mainly synthesized in the liver and widely distributed in various tissues and organs. It combines freely with peroxides and free radicals in the body, fights against the destruction of sulfhydryl by oxidants, and protects proteins and enzymes containing sulfhydryl in cells.
To participate in the attenuated reaction of various exogenous and endogenous toxic substances.
- Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy and various hypogasemia.1. Allergy: If occasionally there is a rash or other allergic symptoms, the medicine should be stopped.2. Occasional loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, upper abdominal pain and other symptoms.[Contraindication] People who are allergic to this product should be prohibited.[Drug interaction] This product shall not be used in combination with vitamin B12, vitamin K3 menaphone, calcium pantothenate, whalic acid, antihistamine preparations, sulfanilamide drugs and tetracycline, etc.(1) In case of rash, pallor, decreased blood pressure, abnormal pulse and other symptoms, the drug should be stopped immediately.(2) Use the dissolved solution immediately, and the remaining liquid cannot be reused.(3) Intramuscular injection should avoid repeated injection at the same site.(4) This product shall not be mixed with vitamin B2, menaphone, calcium pantothenate, antihistamine, sulfonamide and tetracycline.[usage and dosage] oral administration: 400mg once for adults, 3 times a day, course of treatment for 12 weeks.Intravenous injection: for viral hepatitis, 1200mg/d, for 30 consecutive days.For severe hepatitis, 1200 ~ 2400mg/d for 30 consecutive days.Active cirrhosis, 1200mg/d, 30 days.For fatty liver 1800mg/d for 30 consecutive days.Alcoholic hepatitis, 1800mg/d, 14-30 days.Drug-induced hepatitis 1200 ~1800mg/d for 14-30 consecutive days.Used as an adjunct to radiation therapy, administered after irradiation at a dose of 1500mg/m2, or as directed by a physician.
Strong bones：Osteoporosis is a loss of bone mass in unit bone mass.Bone growth and development begins in the embryo, peaks at age 30, and declines at a rate of 0.5 to 1 percent a year thereafter.The number of bones in adults no longer changes, but bone metabolism continues, a balance between growth and loss.After age 40, bone formation remains the same, but bone loss continues to increase, with decades of bone loss reaching half of what it was at age 30.Pathological fractures are most likely to occur when bone density drops to a level that makes it difficult to tolerate the stresses of everyday life.
Bone tissue is composed of organic and inorganic materials.The inorganic substance of bone is mainly bone salt, 95% of which is solid calcium.The organic matter of bone includes collagen and non-collagen. Collagen accounts for more than 90%. Its reticular structure is very important to maintain the integrity of bone structure and bone biomechanical properties.When the body is deficient in collagen, it is difficult to fix calcium, so the loss of calcium cannot be improved, which in turn affects bone density and leads to osteoporosis.
Therefore, appropriate supplementation of collagen will inevitably be lost in the body to contain calcium and other inorganic and organic substances, which will certainly help to prevent the occurrence of osteoporosis or the healing of injured sites after the onset of the disease.