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Cobalt
Definition

What does Cobalt do for the body

Cobalt is the key element required for the formation of Vitamin B12 in the Body. It promotes the development of Red Blood Cells. It helps to activate the enzymes and supports the proper functioning of the Body. It supports the proper functioning of the Pancreas.

Requirement of Cobalt per day

5 mcg to 8 mcg

Benefits of Cobalt

Cobalt helps to treat Anemia and protects the Body from Infections. It supports the healthy functioning of the Nervous system. Cobalt is necessary for the hormone production in the body. It helps in growth and development of body and appetite. It is helpful in transportation of Glucose from blood to the body cells.

Functions of Cobalt

Cobalt plays an important role in the absorption of Iron. This helps to distribute more oxygen from the Lungs to the entire body. Cobalt supports the glands of the body to capture Iodine. Cobalt helps to absorb Vitamin C from the vegetables and Citrus Fruits. This keeps the body healthy and nourishes the Skin.

Effects of excess Cobalt in the body

Weak Eyesight
Vomiting
Nausea
Heart Diseases
Lung Disease
Death


Effects of Cobalt deficiency in the body

Anemia
Anxiety
Obesity
Nerve Disorder
Dull Skin
Chronic Eczema
Arteritis
Edema
Leg Cramps
Scleroderma
Colitis
Epigastritis
Gastritis
Kidney Stones
Nephritis
Duodenal Ulcer
Piles
Oliguria
Gout
Memory Loss
Acid Reflux
Hypoglycemia
Hormonal Deficiency
Pancreatic Disorders
Thrombophlebitis
High Blood Pressure
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Chronic Urticaria
Poor Blood Circulation
Perimenopausal Discomfort
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Cobalt

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