Use name : Vitamin B1, Thiamine.

Obtaining process: Chemically synthesized in the laboratory or extracted from natural sources (seeds, cereals).

Source: Vegetable (seeds, cereals), animal (meat, fish).

Family: Group B vitamins.

Provenance, origin: Worldwide.

Chemical characteristics: Water-soluble vitamin, soluble in water, sensitive to heat and light.

Dosage form: Tablets, capsules, oral solutions.

Dosage needed in dietary supplements : The recommended dosage of vitamin B1 in dietary supplements generally ranges from 1 to 10 milligrams per day, depending on individual needs.

Missions: Energy metabolism, functioning of the nervous system, support of the cardiovascular system, health of the skin, hair and nails.

Properties : Coenzyme, antioxidant, neuroprotective, regulator of carbohydrate metabolism.

Indications: Fatigue, stress, memory loss, nervous disorders, fragile hair, brittle nails, dry or irritated skin, prevention of deficiencies.