Tata 1mg Biotin + Tablet
Biotin is a vital nutrient in the B-vitamin complex group that helps promote growth and overall health. It can help your body convert protein, fat, and carbohydrates into glucose energy to promote a better functioning metabolism. It can be used as nutritional supplementation for dietary shortage or imbalance, which may cause hair loss or total alopecia, brittle nails, skin rash in infants, and mild depression.Key Ingredients:
- Biotin can help maintain the look and health of your hair and nails, preventing them from becoming brittle and dull
- People managing diabetes find that biotin can help them manage their symptoms, as do those who suffer from depression or high cholesterol
- Biotin can help you metabolise carbohydrates more effectively, helping you manage your blood sugar levels
Good to Know:
- It helps promote hair growth, strengthen nails and can support healthy blood sugar levels
Biotin helps maintain many of your body's major systemsEffects of Deficiency:
Lack of Biotin can cause:
- Hair loss and total alopecia
- Can also cause skin rashes in infants
TabletDirections for Use:
Use as directed on the label or as prescribed by your medical practitioner.Safety Information:
- Read the product label carefully before use
- Store in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight
- Keep out of reach of children
- Consult a doctor before taking any supplement
- Do not exceed the recommended dosage
- Pregnant or nursing mothers, children, and people with medical conditions must consult a physician before taking this supplement
Consume after meals and not on an empty stomachFrequently Asked Questions:Q. Can this medicine be taken during pregnancy and breastfeeding?
This medicine is considered safe for consumption by pregnant and breastfeeding women. Your doctor will prescribe an appropriate dose based on your clinical condition.Q. Is it safe to consume alcohol while taking this medication?
Interaction with alcohol is unknown. It is advisable to consult your doctor before consumption.Q. How long does it take for this medicine to take effect?
There are no well-established studies to back up the onset of the effects of this medicine. However, it is best to consult with your doctor first.