Thursday, October 17, 2013
Keeping your body healthy can be a challenge. Any time you get a scratch, wound or even a tattoo, you want to make sure your body heals quickly! While having an open wound of any kind, there is always a possibility that it could get infected and you wouldn't want that to happen. Precaution is always your best bet, so why not take a supplement to make sure you heal quickly?
About the Tattoo PillFor this review, I received a bottle of "The Tattoo Pill", which is a supplement recommended to help heal new tattoos! I don't have any tattoos, but I'm a big believer in supplements and what they can do for the body. Supplements can help heal your body from bacterial infections, but you must read the labels on supplements. There are many supplements, with ingredients that are not healthy for the body.
The Tattoo Pill has many awesome ingredients, but there are a few that are linked below, in red that I would not recommend. Vitamin C Ascorbic Acid is a synthetic Vitamin C and all synthetic vitamins are not healthy. Folic Acid is okay for short time use, but risky for long term use. Folic Acid is a synthetic form of folate.
- Vitamin A (Beta Carotene)
- Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) - Synthetic vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, kills beneficial probiotic bacteria in the gut.
- Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol)
- Vitamin E
- Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)
- Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
- Vitamin B3 (Niacin - Niacinamide)
- Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid - Calcium Pantothenate)
- Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)
- Vitamin B7 (Biotin)
- Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid) - Not knowing the difference between folate and folic acid can harm you.
- Vitamin B-12
- Horsetail Leaf
- Yellow Dock Root
- Red Clover Leaf
- Dandelion Root
- Fo-Ti Root
- PABA (Para Aminobenzoic Acid)
The Tattoo Pill has 30 vitamins and minerals that your body needs to help operate at ideal levels, but there are two synthetic vitamins. The Tattoo Pill has 15 ingredients that are 100% OR MORE of the recommended daily intake percentage endorsed by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration).
Some people think getting a tattoo is simple and easy, just go to the shop and have some ink put under your skin. However, there is more to it if you want a healthy tattoo that heals nicely and looks great. When you are getting a tattoo you are having very tiny needles poke holes in your skin, over and over and over again. What ends up happening is that you are left with an open wound and your body is working overtime to help fight off infection and heal your skin. The best way to prevent infection and help your body heal as fast as possible is to make sure your body has the vitamins and nutrients it needs to facilitate the healing process. So, vitamins and nutrients are very important for healing, but synthetic vitamins are not healthy!
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