Fursultiamine (Vitamin B1) injections 50 mg from Japan (fatigue, anxiety, weakness)
What are Fursultiamine (Vitamin B1) injections 50 mg?
Vitamin B1 deficiency can cause muscle weakness, fatigue, poor memory, blurred vision, heart and breathing issues. Fursultiamine, a Vitamin B1 derivative that exhibits improved lipophilicity, was first synthesized in Japan in the 1960s. Fursultiamine (Vitamin B1) injections 50 mg from Japan can be used to prevent thiamine deficiency, improve sleep, breath and heart rate, treat chronic fatigue, and reduce muscle weakness. Studies also showed that Fursultiamine is effective in treating gastrointestinal issues and Alzheimer's disease.
Active principles: fursultiamine
Amount: 50 ampoules * 20 ml
Maker: Nisshin Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan
- treating vitamin B1 deficiency,
- fatigue, tiredness,
- poor memory,
- muscle weakness
- blurred vision,
- irritability, anxiety,
- breathing difficulties,
- heart rate abnormality,
- sleep disturbance.
How to use
Adults should receive intravenous injections (IV), 50-100 mg of active principle a day.
Contraindications: do not use for pregnant or breastfeeding women.
If an allergic reaction occurs, patient needs to stop using the medicine and consult with their doctor. If patient is taking any other medication or treatment, they should consult with their doctor in advance.