What is PABA?
PABA is a non-essential member of the B-vitamin family, and is classified as a micronutrient and an antioxidant. The nutrient basically mops up free radicals that cause cellular damage. PABA helps the body form red blood cells which carry oxygen throughout the body. PABA also helps to improve the body's use of protein, and helps to make folic acid. The nutrient breaks down protein and maintains intestinal flora. The nutrient is best used with vitamin C and the group B vitamins.
Adults take 1 or more capsules daily or as directed by physician.
PABA (Para-Aminobenzoic Acid) 500 mg.
Cellulose, gelatin and vegetable stearate