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      90 capsules
      Available at our clinic only
      DC53 (VIMIN-HEM). This unique blend helps support the skin and blood vessels as well as the digestive, genito-urinary and gastro-intestinal mucosae.


      Each vegetarian capsule contains:

      Lemon bioflavanoids 400 mg

      N-acetyl glucosamine 125 mg

      Zinc (citrate) 12.5 mg

      Vitamin A (acetate) 2,500 IU

      Capsule shell: Vegetarian gelatin and water.


      DC 53's unique blend aims to support and help repair epithelial tissues.

      These tissues form the skin, the mucosae (digestive, urogenital and respiratory) and the interiors of the blood vessels (arteries and veins).

      Bioflavinoids, which are members of the vitamin C family, help repair and strengthen the blood vessels.

      N-acetyl glucosamine is a substance that is required for cartilage formation. More specifically, it promotes the repair of epithelial cells (mucosae and skin), as well as veins and arteries.

      Zinc and vitamin A are well documented for helping to reduce inflammation and repair epithelial cells.


      Circulatory problems (e.g., frequent ecchymoses, hemorrhoids, phlebitis or varicose veins). May be taken in conjunction with DC 51.

      Skin problems (e.g., acne, eczema, psoriasis, couperose or rosacae). May be taken in conjunction with DC 31.

      Gastro-intestinal problems (e.g., colitis, irritable bowel syndrome or Crohn's disease). May be taken in conjunction with DC 16 and DC 35.

      For problems related to the urogenital mucosae (e.g. cystitis or vaginitis), it may be used in conjunction with DC 13.

      Warning / Notes

      Not to be used in the case of a shellfish allergy.

      Not recommended for children under 16 unless on the recommendation of a health professional.