Mecobalamin (500 mcg), Thiamine Mononit.(vit.B1) (10 mg), Pyridoxine Hcl (vit.B6) (3 mg), Folic Acid (1.5 mg), Niacinamide (45 mg), Calcium Pantothenate (50 mg)

Folic acid (menol) is used to cure the deficiency of chronic hemolytic states such as folate-deficient megaloblastic anemia, major thalassemia, or sickle cell anemia. Folic acid is also used in women with the childbearing ability and pregnant women to protect against neural tube defects in their offspring.

Niacinamide, also used to call is nicotinamide, is a form of essential nutrient vitamin B3. The deficiency of vitamin B3 can cause disorders of the skin, kidneys, and brain.

Mechanism of action:

Vitamins are essential for normal metabolic functions including hematopoiesis. The B-complex vitamins are necessary for the conversion of carbohydrates, protein, and fat into tissue and energy.

Methylcobalamin/ Mecobalamin

Methylcobalamin is one of the two coenzyme forms of fiber. B12. Evidence indicates this form. In addition to having a theoretical advantage over B12 cyanocobalamin, some metabolic and therapeutic applications are not shared by other types of fibers. B12. Methylcobalamin, and will highlight potential therapeutic relevance for Bell’s palsy. Cancer, diabetes, neuropathy, eye function, heart rate, variability, HIV, homocysteinemia, male-impotence, and sleep disorders.

Folic acid:

Folic acid works in a water-soluble vitamin in its complete reduced form (1-carbon for the synthesis of tetrahydrofolate, folate, purine, and pyrimidine, as well as the remethylation cycle of homo-cysts for methionine. Folic acid After absorption there is a complex vitamin. Gastrointestinal tract. Folic acid hectically transforms into tetrahydrofolic acid, which is covalent in the biosynthesis of purine and thymidylates of nucleic acids. An exogenous source of folic acid is essential for the maintenance of normal erythropoiesis. (Lack of thymidylate synthesis from its deficiency can result in megaloblastic and macrocytic anemia).

Pyridoxine Hydrochloride:

Pyridoxine-dependent detects an autosomal recessive trait, resulting in defective binding of pyridoxine to its apoenzyme, glutamate decarboxylase, the apoenzyme catalyzing the conversion of glutamic acid to gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) as an inhibitory neuron. Serves in the seizure threshold is reduced in infants with low concentrations of GABA.

Oneset of action:

 4 hrs. Of age.

The seizures generally stop within 2-3 min. following administration.

Indications and usage:

(1) Diagnosis and treatment of pyridoxine-dependent seizures.

(2)-Prevention and/or treatment of Vit. B6 deficiency.

Pharmacokinetic Properties:

Mecobalamin is the neurologically active form of vitamin B12 and is a water-soluble vitamin in the body. This enzyme is covalent in methionine synthase, which acts to move methyl groups from homocysteine ​​to the regeneration of methionine. In anemia, it increases erythrocyte production by promoting nucleic acid synthesis in the bone marrow and maturation and division of erythrocytes.

Drug-Drug interactions:

At least 5 mg of pyridoxine daily may reduce the efficacy of levodopa in the treatment of Parkinson’s. Therefore, Mensol is not recommended for patients undergoing such therapy.


Some of the general conditions listed above may require additional nutritional supplementation. For example, during pregnancy, supplementation with fat-soluble vitamins and minerals may be necessary according to a person’s dietary habits. Menol is not intended for the treatment of severe specific deficiencies. Information for the patient: Because toxic reactions have been reported with the harmful use of certain vitamins, urge patients to follow their specific instructions regarding dosage.


B12 is passed through breastmilk to the baby – but in very small amounts, and infants require 0.4 micrograms (mcg) of vitamin B12, which lasts up to 6 months, and 7–12 months. Is 0.5 mg by age.


Research suggests that having high levels of B-12 and folate can increase fertility in women undergoing infertility treatment.


Usual adult dosage: one tablet daily.

Duration of action:

Cyanocobalamin is quantitatively and rapidly absorbed from intramuscular and subcutaneous sites of injection; The plasma level of the compound reaches its peak within 1 hour after intramuscular injection. If a person stops consuming the vitamin, it usually takes about 3 to 5 years in the body’s reserves of this vitamin.

Adverse Reaction:

Venous irritation, pain, nausea, headaches, irritability, profound sedation.


Store at room temperature. Protect from moisture and light. Parenteral: Store at room temperature. Do not expose to direct light.


Vitamin B12 is an essential vitamin. This means that the body needs vitamin B12 to function properly. Vitamin B12 can be found in foods such as meat, fish, and dairy products. It can also be made in the laboratory. It is often taken in combination with other B vitamins.

Vitamin B12 has commonly used for vitamin B12 deficiency, a condition in which the level of vitamin B12 in the blood is very low, as well as cyanide poisoning and high levels of homocysteine ​​in the blood (hyperhomocysteinemia).


Known hypersensitivity to Vit. B6. Menol is contraindicated in patients known to be hypersensitive to any of its components.


Follow all instructions on your medicine label and package. Tell all your healthcare providers about all your medical conditions, allergies, and all the medicines you use.

Pregnancy: Compatible at usual dosages.


Safety and effectiveness in pediatric patients have not been established.