A very important property of vitamin K is that it enables the human body to repair wounds etc.
For example, if you bump your knee or get an abrasion, the vitamin K in the body stops bleeding and itself as quickly as possible. Especially with vitamin K, small cuts or wounds will also heal quickly. There are 3 types of vitamin K, the first of this list is
– Vitamin k1 (phylloquinone) This form is widely used in plant nutrition, for example
– Vitamin k2 (menaquinone) This form is made in your stomach
– Vitamin K3 (menadione) This is actually an artificial form of vitamin K.
All 3 of these types end up in the liver where these vitamins in particular ensure that your blood remains thin and clots