Key Benefits:

Natural ingredients and high biological absorption!

Minimal side effects.

A combination suitable for ideal antianemic treatment.

Does not cause constipation.

Contraindications: High sensitivity to any of the ingredients.


Uses and Dosage: FERROLAB

Children 4-14 years old: 5 ml, 2 times a day

Children over 14 years old and adults: 10 ml, 2 times a day, after meals

The course of treatment is 3-6 months

Release Form: syrup, 150 ml

The product is manufactured in accordance with GMP and ISO 22000-2018 and ISO 9001-2015 standards.

Ingredients: (each 10 ml contains)
Concentrated beetroot juice (65% of it is pectin) - 800 mg
Iron biglicinate - 10 mg
Vitamin C - 100 mg
Vitamin B6 - 3 mg
Vitamin B9 (Folic acid) - 300 mcg
Vitamin B12 - 4.5 mcg

Pharmacotherapeutic Group: complex mineral supplements with anti-anemic characteristics that regulate iron and folic acid metabolism.
Pharmacological Properties:
Concentrated beetroot juiceis organic. Easily absorbed from GIT. It is rich in all components (iron, folic acid, vitamin B12, etc.) required for erythropoiesis 
Iron biglycinate – is the main component of hemoglobin in the body and eliminates iron deficiency of the body. Biglycinate composition is considered a new generation compound and is a complex of iron and amino acids. The benefits of it is lower toxicity, a high biological absorption, and higher release and assimilation of elemental iron during the decomposition of the compound. This compound, called chelate form, has a small molecular mass, which ensures its maximum absorption. 

Another advantage is that when absorbed, it does not disturb the Ionic and mineral balance of the cell.
Vitamin C – ensures and accelerates the absorption of iron from GIT. Increases appetite. Normalizes metabolism and participates in oxidation-regeneration reactions.
Vitamin B6– has a neuroprotective effect and ensures the normal development of erythropoiesis.
B12 and B9 (folic acid)– stimulate erythropoiesis. It plays a role in red blood cell (erythrocytes) formation (full maturation) as well as the division of stem cells of bone marrow. Folic acid deficiency causes megaloblastic anemia.

Directions for Use:

*Different types of anemia (anemias caused by iron, folic acid, vitamin B12 deficiency)
* Increased iron demand in the body (during adolescence, in the period of recovery after a past infectious disease, when eating limited and unbalanced foods, during monotonous nutrition in children, etc.)
* Worm infestations (prolonged helminthiasis)
* Chronic diseases of the gastrointestinal system
* Acute and chronic infections (juvenile bleeding, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, etc.)