Getvitta

Active Ingredients
DHA + Ferrous ascorbate + eq to Ele. Iron + Zink Elemental + Folic acid + Methylcobalamin
Strength
200mg + 100mg + 2.5mg + 1.5mg + 1500mcg
Dosage Form
Tablet
Retail Pack
1x10 strip

 

DHA

 

DHA (Docosahexanoic acid) is omega 3 fatty acid essential for the growth and functional development of the brain in infants. DHA may reduce the risk of heart diseases by reducing the level of blood triglycerides in human. Below normal level of DHA have been associated with Alzheimer‘s diseases. DHA has positive effect on diseases such as Hypertension, Arthritis, Atherosclerosis, depression, Adult onset diabetes mellitus, myocardial infraction, Thrombosis, Some cancer.

 

Ferrous ascorbate

 

Ferrous ascorbate is a synthetic molecule of ascorbic acid and iron. Ascorbic acid enhances absorption of iron. Ascorbic acid reduces Ferric iron to ferrous iron which remains soluble even at neutral pH. Ascorbate is a reducing agent and prevents oxidation. Thus maintain iron in highly soluble ferrous form.

 

Folic acid

 

Folic acid is a form of water soluble vitamin. Folic acid is itself not biologically active but its biological importance is due to tetrafolate and other derivatives after its conversion to dihydrofolic acid in the liver. The human body needs folate to synthesize DNA, DNA repair DNA and methylate DNA as well as to act as co-factor in certain biological reaction. Children & adult both require folate to produce healthy red blood cells and prevent anemia. Adequate folate intake during the pre conception period (which is the time right before and just after a woman becomes pregnant) helps protect against a number of congenital malformation.

 

Methylcobalamine

 

It is a form of vitamin B12 (methylcobalamine) is used in the treatment of peripheral neuropathy, lateral sclerosis. Have no toxicity.

 

Mechanism of action

 

methylcobalamine is anticonvulsant which has also been shown to be effective at treating certain types of nerve pain. Methylcobalamine is a form of vitamin B12.

 

Indications
  • Iron deficiency anemia
  • Pernicious anemia
  • Anemia in menopausal women
  • Post -natal care
  • Teen-age to adult girl