Vitamin E has antioxidant effect. It defuses “free radicals”. These are aggressive oxygen compounds that are produced in the course of normal metabolic reactions in the body, but also by UV radiation and cigarette smoke, and can damage cells. This makes vitamin E an important cell protection vitamin. In addition, vitamin E can weaken inflammatory reactions and prevent calcification of the arteries (arteriosclerosis).
Furthermore, vitamin E protects memory and – in the right combination of its forms – influences memory. A vitamin E derivative is also said to be able to eliminate cancer cells without affecting healthy cells.
The chip contains frequencies and information that are supposed to support the absorption, utilization and effectiveness of vitamin E.