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ZINCROSE TABLET

(10 tablets in strip)
ZINCROSE TABLET
Product Details
Zincrose Tablet contains Vitamin C, Vitamin A ,Vitamin D3, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B2, Lysine, D-Panthenol, Vitamin E, Zinc Sulphate, Molybdenum, Selenium Dioxide, Chromium Chloride.

Vitamin A plays an important role in the visual process. One of the earliest symptoms of deficiency is night blindness, which may develop into the more serious condition called xerophthalmia. Vitamin A also participates in the formation and maintenance of the integrity of epithelial tissues and mucous membranes. Deficiency may cause skin changes, resulting in a dry rough skin, with lowered resistance to minor skin infections. Deficiency of Vitamin A, usually accompanied by protein-energy malnutrition, is linked with a frequency of infection and with defective immunological defence mechanisms.

Benefits of Zincrose Tablet:
Helps recovering the loss due to unbalanced diets in case of loss of appetite due to diseases or drugs, incomplete or interrupted nutrition, and in the elderly.
Helps in digestive malabsorption in intestinal infections, or due to substances as tannins, or oxalates that interfere with the absorption of Vitamins.
Fulfills increased demand for Vitamins, minerals and trace elements in childhood and adolescence due to unbalanced meals, during pregnancy and lactation, exercise, and during the convalescence stage of different diseases.
Functional fatigue and poor concentration due to bypassing of one or two meals for the day.
Increases utilization of Vitamins, minerals and trace elements in fever, infection, cancer, surgical operations and critically ill cases.
Enhancement of body immunity in the convalescent stage after surgical operations, acceleration of wound healing, and in debilitating cases.
Increased loss of Vitamins, minerals and trace elements from the body in burns, diarrhoea, bleeding, and renal impairment.
Used to enhance liver function competency

Use under medical supervision.

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Content on this page was last updated on 16 July, 2015, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)