Active ingredients: multivitamins with minerals, panax ginseng


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Presentation of Natus Gerin

Oral use
use Adult

Lab: Legrand

root extract of Panax ginseng C.A. Mey -Araliaceae (Ginseng), multivitamins and poliminerais

soft gelatin capsule.

Packing 30 and 50 capsules.

Packaging divisible 60, 80, 100, 120, 160, 180, 200 and 240 capsules.

Concentration table -vide

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Composition Natus Gerin

Each soft gelatin capsule contains:

Composition: Panax ginseng C.A. Mey **

Concentration: 200.00 mg

IDR *: ****

Composition: Retinyl palmitate (Vitamin A)

Concentration: 7500 IU

IDR *: 750.00%

Composition: Nitrate Thiamine (Vitamin B1)

Concentration: 2.00 mg

IDR *: 333.33%

Composition: Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)

Concentration: 2.00 mg

IDR *: 307.69%

Composition: Nicotinamide (Vitamin B3)

Concentration: 15.00 mg

IDR *: 187.50%

Composition: Pyridoxine hydrochloride (Vitamin B6)

Concentration: 6.00 mg

IDR *: 923.08%

Composition: Folic acid (vitamin B9)

Concentration: 0.20 mg

IDR *: 166.67%

Composition: Cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12)

Concentration5.00 mcg

IDR *: 416.67%

Composition: Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C)

Concentration: 60.00 mg

IDR *: 266.67%

Composition: Racealfatocoferol acetate (Vitamin E)

Concentration: 10.00 mg

IDR *: 200.00%

Composition: Biotin (Vitamin H)

Concentration: 0.25 mg

IDR *: 1666.67%

Composition: adenosine

Concentration: 0.75 mg

IDR *: ****

Composition: Choline bitartrate

Concentration: 10.00 mg

IDR *: 1.50%

Composition: Dibasic calcium phosphate

Concentration: 150.00 mg

IDR *: 8.84% calcium, 9.76% phosphorus

Composition: inositol

Concentration5.00 mg

IDR *: ****

Composition: methionine

Concentration5.00 mg

IDR *: ****

Composition: calcium pantothenate

Concentration: 10.00 mg

IDR *: 367.64% pantothenic acid

Composition: ferrous sulphate

Concentration: 15.00 mg

IDR *: 78.78%

Composition: *** excipient q.s.p

Concentration1 Capsule

IDR *: ****

* Recommended Daily Intake for adults according to the maximum daily dose.

** contains 3.42 mg of total ginsenosides

*** butylhydroxytoluene, soybean oil, soya lecithin, vegetable fat, beeswax, gelatin, sorbitol, methylparaben, propylparaben, titanium dioxide, glycerol, Ponceau Red dye, Brilliant Blue dye, chocolate essence, water purified.

**** There IDR data.

1. What is this drug is indicated?

What is Natus Gerin

Natus Gerin® is a combination of vitamins, minerals, essential amino acids and Panax ginseng extract. This combination is indicated to combat the symptoms caused by fatigue, tiredness, exhaustion, aging and convalescence. It is also indicated in deficiency states, that is, when the body needs supplementation of vitamins and minerals.


2. How this medicine works?

expected action of Natus Gerin

Vitamins, minerals and essential amino acids are essential for the functioning of various biological systems, helping to complement the diet on health conditions that need this supplementation, eg depression, anorexia, osteopenia (decreased bone mineral density) and osteoropose (low bone mass).

Natus Gerin® has in its formulation the herbal Panax ginseng (ginseng) which is indicated as adaptogenic tonic (a substance capable of stimulating a specific resistance, generating reducing the impact of stress on the body, facilitating the adaptation to the body before the attacks occurred in the midst environment) and in cases of physical and mental fatigue.


3. When should I not use this medicine?

Contraindications and risks of Natus Gerin

Natus Gerin is contraindicated in cases of hypersensitivity to any component of the formula; in patients with disturbances of calcium metabolism (hypercalcemia and hypercalciuria, excess calcium in the blood and urine, respectively) in case of hypervitaminosis A in the presence of renal failure and during treatment with retinoic.

Natus Gerin should not be used by pregnant women without medical or dental surgeon.

Natus Gerin is contraindicated in women who are breastfeeding.


4. What should I know before using this medicine?

Precautions of Natus Gerin

Due to the presence of Panax in association patients taking oral anticoagulants can only make use of Natus Gerin® under medical supervision because of the risk of bleeding.

Diabetic patients should consult a physician before using Natus Gerin®, due to the presence of Panax ginseng may slightly reduce blood glucose levels.

The use of Panax ginseng in patients with significant cardiac abnormalities should be avoided, and the use in people with mild to moderate changes in blood pressure should be done under medical supervision. Panax ginseng should only be administered for a maximum of three months.

Natus Gerin® contains vitamin C and patients prone to kidney stone formation (kidney stones) must take precautions.

In patients with renal failure, vitamin C doses should be administered under medical supervision.

high doses of pyridoxine are associated with the development of severe peripheral neuropathy. doses of vitamin A above 25,000 IU can cause acute toxicity.

One should be careful when using Natus Gerin® if you are carrying any of the following diseases: acute bronchitis, Addison's disease, goiter, hyperthyroidism, dehydration, tuberculosis, gastric disorders, Wilson's disease, hemochromatosis, heart problems, breast carcinoma , endometriosis and lung problems.

Elderly Patients: ferrous sulphate may be increased because there is little response to conventional doses.

iron compounds can aggravate the burden of this element in patients with anemia that originate from iron deficiency.

Vitamin B1 (present in Natus Gerin®) should be used with caution in patients with contact dermatitis, alcoholism, gastrectomy, hyperthyroidism the hepatobiliary disease and intestinal tract disease.

Interactions of Natus Gerin

Panax ginseng may potentiate the action of monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) -class of antidepressants, such as trianilcipromina, isocarboxazid and iproniazid -e anticoagulant effect of warfarin, oral contraceptives, may result in mastalgia (breast pain) and menstrual bleeding excessive.

The concomitant use of nifedipine can cause headache, constipation (constipation) and heart failure.

The association with furosemide can lead to hypotension (low blood pressure) and edema (swelling).

Panax ginseng leads to an increase in insulin secretion, so diabetic patients using insulin should be medical supervision to avoid severe hypoglycemia (very low concentration of glucose in the blood).

There is an increased immune response in the event of vaccination to prevent influenza flu.

Drugs that interfere with fat absorption (e.g., orlistat) can affect the absorption of fat soluble vitamins (A, D, E, K and beta carotene). In these cases, Natus Gerin® should be administered two hours after taking these drugs or in different meals.

Natus Gerin® reduces the effectiveness of levodopa (used in the treatment of Parkinson's), quinolones, tetracyclines, altretamine, cisplatin, chloroquine, oral bisphosphonates, pyrimethamine, hydantoins, estramustine, calcium channel blockers, antacid, cefdinir, thyroid for medicines and penicillamine oral.

Natus Gerin use in pregnancy and breastfeeding

Natus Gerin should not be used by pregnant women without medical or dental surgeon.

Natus Gerin is contraindicated in women who are breastfeeding.

Tell your doctor or dentist-surgeon if you are making use of some other medication.


5. Where, how and for how long can I keep this medicine?

Storage, manufacturing date, expiry date and physical aspect of Natus Gerin

Keep at room temperature (15 ° to 30 ° C). Protect from light and keep in a dry place.

lot number and dates of manufacture and expiry: see packaging.

Do not use medicine with the expiry date. Store it in its original packaging.

physical and organoleptic characteristics:

soft gelatin capsule, opaque red in color, oval, oily suspension containing yellow.

Before using, note the appearance of natus gerin. If it is within the validity period and you observe any changes in appearance, see the pharmacist to find out if you can use it.

All medicine should be kept out of reach of children.


6. How should I use this medicine?

Dosage, dosage and instructions for use of Natus Gerin

Take 1 capsule after breakfast and 1 capsule after lunch for 30 days. After this period, we recommend one capsule a day.

Due to the presence of Panax in its formulation, Natus Gerin must be used by up to 3 months.

Please follow the way of use. For questions about natus gerin, seek advice from the pharmacist. If symptoms persist, seek advice from your doctor or dentist.

Natus Gerin party should not be opened or chewed.


7. What should I do if you forget to use this medicine?

Take the missed dose as soon as you remember it. However, if you are near the time of the next dose, skip the missed dose and continue treatment as prescribed. Do not use a double dose to make up for a missed dose.


8. What are the evils that this medicine can cause me?

Adverse reactions of Natus Gerin

very common reactions (occurring in more than 10% of patients using natus gerin): insomnia, nervousness, acute abdominal pain, black stools, constipation (constipation), chest pain, heart conduction disorders, digestive system problems , dyspnea, flushing, heart problems (premature atrial contractions, sinus bradycardia, tachycardia, supraventricular tachycardia, ventricular premature beats extra), edema (swelling), flatulence, diarrhea, nausea (feeling sick) and vomiting.

Common reactions (occurring between 1% and 10% of patients using natus gerin): euphoria, pruritus (itching) in the skin, dizziness, dry eyes, dry skin, peptic ulcer deterioration, fainting, hyperglycemia (increased glucose concentration blood), hyperuricemia (increase the concentration of uric acid in the blood), myalgia (muscular pain), cough, hypotension (low blood pressure), headache (headache), paresthesias (numbness, tingling) and a feeling of disorder.

unusual reactions (occurring between 0.1% and 1% of patients using gerin natus): and urine discoloration of teeth.

Rare reactions (occurring between 0.01% and 0.1% of patients using gerin natus): skin rash, hypertension (increased blood pressure), rash, flushing, headache (headache), urinary frequency, nephrolithiasis (kidney stones), drowsiness, allergic reactions, bronchospastic lung disease, back pain, blurred vision, dysgeusia (distortion or decreased taste of sense), hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating), hyperventilation (increased amount of air circulating the lungs, may be at increased intensity or frequency of breathing), neck pain, respiratory failure, seizures, ST-segment changes, anorexia and hypercalcemia (increased blood calcium).

Tell your doctor, dentist or pharmacist any undesirable reactions by the use of natus gerin. Also tell the company through its service.

9. What to do if someone uses a larger amount than indicated this medicine

Overdose Natus Gerin

Are unknown cases of overdose and serious related adverse reactions.

If someone uses a lot of natus gerin, it is recommended that you seek a medical center, where the usual measures of control of vital functions will be adopted.

In case of use of large amounts of gerin natus, seek medical help quickly and take the packaging or labeling of natus gerin if possible. Call 0800 722 6001 if you need further guidance.


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FOLLOW THE PROPER USE, If symptoms persist seek medical advice

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