1. Pharmacological action Velma
2. Indications Velma
3. Instruction Velmenu
4. Contraindications and side effects
Velma is a multivitamin complex containing macro-and micronutrients, as well as a number of herbal ingredients.Vitamins Welma produced in gelatin capsules which have the following composition (contents of components given in a single capsule):
- retinol (vitamin A) - 750 mcg;
- folic acid - 500 micrograms;
- iodine - 150 mg;
- Selenium - 150 mcg;
- ascorbic acid - 60 mg;
- magnesium - 50 mg;
- Biotin - 50 mcg;
- Chromium - 50 mcg.
addition, vitamins Welma contains 20 mg arginine, para-aminobenzoic acid, methionine, niacin (vitamin B3), garlic powder and extract of ginseng, 15 mg of zinc, 12 mg thiamine, 10 mg of silicon, bioflavonoids, and calcium pantothenate,9 mg of pyridoxine (vitamin B6), 6 mg of iron, 5 mg betakarotena and riboflavin, 3 mg manganese, 1.5 mg copper, and 9 mcg cyanocobalamin 5 g kolekaltsiferola.
Mode of action that have Velma vitamins, due to the complex in its composition of micro and macro minerals and herbal ingredients.
Included in the Velma vitamins, minerals and mineral components, reduce the impact on the body of negative factors associated with poor environmental influence, improperly balanced diet and stress.At long or occurring in severe diseases multivitamin complex activates and supports the body's immune system.
Ginseng extract, which is part of Velma, has a tonic and detoxification effect, and also helps to normalize blood glucose and cholesterol, stabilize blood pressure and the endocrine glands.Garlic improves the process of normalization of the lipid metabolism, and bioflavonoids help to improve the redox processes in the body.
According to the instructions, Velma is used in states of lack of vitamins and minerals in the body of men, arising from the increased physical and mental stress, as well as during times of stress.Velma administered in asthenic conditions of different origin, headaches, dizziness and tinnitus, fatigue and memory disorders.
reviews Velmene suggest that this vitamin complex is also effective during convalescence (recovery of the body after the transfer of any disease), during and after chemotherapy.
As indicated in the instructions for Velmenu, the drug must be taken orally before or after a meal with a capsule with plenty of water.
following contraindications are listed in the instructions for Velmenu under which vitamin complex is not indicated for the treatment of:
- sleep disorders;
- increased nervous irritability;
- individual intolerance of components.
Furthermore, Welma not be used in conjunction with drugs, marked providing a tonic effect on the central nervous system as well as drugs which have a similar composition, i.e. contain the same components as Velma.
With regard to the possible negative effects of the drug, they may manifest in the form of allergic reactions.However, reviews of Velmene indicate that the drug is well tolerated by patients, and allergy can only occur at high sensitivity to its member components.Also, when taking Velma may be harmless to health side effects - painting a chair in a black color due to a member of the iron preparation or urine yellowing due to the influence of riboflavin.
Product description posted on this page is a supplement and a simplified version of the official version of the annotations to the drug.The information is provided for informational purposes only and is not a guide to self-medication.Before using the product you should consult with a specialist and to get acquainted with the instructions approved by the manufacturer.
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