Polybion syrup is a combination of vitamin B complex used to treat vitamin B complex deficiency. Get to know how Polybion syrup works, its side effects, precautions, and contraindications where Polybion syrup is not suggested.
Mechanism of action
It works by helping tissue in respiration and fat metabolism and proteins, hence lowers blood cholesterol levels by inhibiting the synthesis of LDL. And helps in the normal process of formation of red blood cells and nerve tissues, retaining the fluid in the colon, helps prevention of clotting and inhibits the viral replication.
Benefits and uses of Polybion syrup
Polybion syrup is useful in the prevention and management of following conditions and symptoms:
- B complex deficiency
- Anemia due to folic acid deficiency
- Poor absorption of food
- During pregnancy, increased demand for folate in the body
- Poor diet
- Low levels of red blood cells
- Permanent nerve damage
- Iron deficiency anemia
- Stomach and intestine damage
It is very effective for the above-mentioned conditions. Only if taken right time, right dosage and till the prescribed course of medicine. There may be other indications and benefits of the polybion syrup as well. Do not consume this syrup because someone has taken it with similar symptoms. Inform or visit your doctor or a specialist before using this syrup.