SBL Fe Min Tabs


  • SBL
  • 7 in stock

    Anaemia, Iron Deficiency, Weakness, Tiredness,


    Form Tablet
    Ideal For Female
    Weight 90 (gms)
    Dimensions 4.4 (cm) x 4.4 (cm) x 7.2 (cm)

    About Fe Min Tabs
    Lack of proper assimilation of nutrients is a major cause of anaemia. Anaemia is a major health concern in all age groups. During pregnancy and lactation, the requirement of nutrient increases manifold. Women are recommended to take iron and mineral supplements to keep herself and her baby healthy. Fe-min improves the absorption process by directly enhancing the nutrient-binding capacity of the cells, thereby relieving the signs and symptoms of anaemia.

    Anaemic conditions.

    Action of Composition used:
    Ferrum phosphoricum 3x: It gives strength and toughness to the circular walls of the blood vessels, especially the arteries, and helps with a lack of blood corpuscles as in low hemoglobin and also as a first aid remedy for hemorrhages It goes right into the cells to help with oxygenation.
    Kali phosphoricum 3x: Numbness of the limbs, upper and lower, hands and finger tips, feet and legs associated with low blood levels, anemia is well treated by Kali phos.
    Calcarea phosphoricum 3x: It assists digestion helps in forming a robust body. It is a tissue salt associated with nutrition. Pressing pains, Itching, weakness with numbness in body parts is commonly relieved with Calc phos.

    Calcarea fluorica 3x: Useful in weakness and strengthens the bones and reduces the myalgic pains.
    Excipients q.s to 100 mg

    Dosage/Directions for use:
    4 tablets 3-4 times a day.

    Terms and Conditions
    We have assumed that you have consulted a physician before purchasing this medicine and are not self medicating.


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