The vitamin B complex contains the most important member of the vitamin B group in pure form and in therapeutically balanced proportions. Members of the vitamin B group contained in the vitamin B complex are components of the enzyme system. These enzyme systems regulate the various stages of carbohydrate, fat, and protein metabolism, with each component playing a specific biological role. Lack of vitamin B can cause glossitis, stomatitis, cleft lip, polyneuritis, beriberi, pellagra, and corneal blood vessel formation.
Tablet/ capsule: usual
recommended dose is 1-2 tablet/capsule 3 times daily or as directed by the
Syrup: 2-3 teaspoonful daily or as directed by the physician.
Injection: It is for intramuscular and intravenous administration. Usual recommended dose is 2 ml daily or as directed by the physician. In addition with Thiamine, Riboflavin, Nicotinamide, Pyridoxine; injectable dosage from contains D-Panthenol 5 mg.
Just 5 mg of pyridoxine per day will reduce the effectiveness of levodopa in treating Parkinson's disease. Therefore, it is not recommended that patients receiving this type of treatment use vitamin B complex.
Vitamin B complex is contraindicated in patients allergic to any of its ingredients.
Adverse effects of certain vitamins and minerals have been reported, but the levels are typically much higher than the B-complex vitamin levels. However, at lower levels, allergies and specific reactions are possible. Iron, even at generally recommended levels, is associated with gastrointestinal intolerance in some patients.
It is safe to use Vitamin-B complex in pregnancy and lactation.
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Specific combined vitamin preparations
Keep below 30°C temperature, away from light & moisture. Keep out of the reach of children.