Take the following amount of medicine without chewing with cold or lukewarm water after a meal.
|Age||One dose||Daily dose|
|15 years or over||3 tablets||Once|
|11-14 years||2 tablets|
|5-10 years||1 tablet|
|Under 5 years||Do not take.|
In 3 tablets (daily dose for persons aged 15 years or over)
(vitamin A palmitate)
|2,000 vitamin A units
(2,000 international units)
|200 international units|
(in fursultiamine hydrochloride equivalent
|Riboflavin (vitamin B2)||7mg|
|Pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6)||9mg|
|Cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12)||13μg|
|Ascorbic acid (vitamin C)||250mg|
(vitamin E acetate)
|Calcium||Precipitated calcium carbonate†||81.5mg|
|Anhydrous dibasic calcium phosphate†||85mg|
Corn oil, vitamin E, sorbitan laurate, gelatin, sucrose, talc, glycerol esters of fatty acids, anhydrous silicic acid, hydroxypropylcellulose, magnesium stearate, cellulose, acacia, titanium oxide, shellac, castor oil, glyceryl stearate
Although urine may turn yellow after taking this medicine, do not worry because this is caused by riboflavin in this medicine.
Brief information about magnesium
Magnesium acts with calcium in the body, and is a component of the ingredients that make up bones and teeth. In addition, it is involved in various physiological functions, and plays an important role in maintaining health.
A relatively large amount of magnesium is contained in foods such as brown rice, natto (fermented soy beans), soy beans (dried), oyster (raw), sesame, and hijiki (sea weed). However, it is believed that magnesium tends to be lacking in modern dietary habits. Therefore, taking a proper amount of magnesium every day is important for maintaining health.
|Digestive organs||Nausea, vomiting|
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