ALINAMIN-F Fursultiamine tablets 25 mg for vitamin B1 deficiency (fursultiamine hydrochloride, vitamin B1)
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General information on Japanese Fursultiamine ALINAMIN-F tablets 25 mg for vitamin B1 deficiency (fursultiamine hydrochloride, vitamin B1)
Package details: 100 tablets
Manufacturer: Towa Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd., Japan
Active ingredient: fursultiamine hydrochloride (chemical formula C17H26N4O3S2)
Medical effect: Fursultiamine tablets are effective for the treatment of vitamin B1 deficiency and the related diseases.
Contraindications and precautions: do not use for pregnant or breastfeeding women.
If an allergic reaction occurs, stop taking the medicine and consult with your doctor. If you’re taking any other medication, please consult with your doctor before use.
Dosage and administration of Fursultiamine tablets 25 mg from Japan for vitamin B1 deficiency (fursultiamine hydrochloride, vitamin B1)
Take 5-100 mg of active ingredient a day. Please note that this medicine contains 25 mg of fursultiamine in each tablet. The dosage may be adjusted by the consulting doctor depending on age and symptoms.
How effective are Fursultiamine tablets ALINAMIN-F 25 mg from Japan for vitamin B1 deficiency (fursultiamine hydrochloride, vitamin B1)?
While vitamin B1 is consumed from food, it may be surprisingly har to get its sufficient amount. And its deficiency might provoke various symptoms, including muscle weakness, fatigue, poor sleep and memory, problems with heart rate, vision and breath. Fursultiamine hydrochloride, or a thiamine tetrahydrofurfuryl disulfide hydrochloride, is a derivative of thiamine, vitamin B1, with improved lipophilicity. It was first synthetized in Japan in 1960s in order to compensate the vitamin B1 deficiency and to treat the related diseases.
Who should take ALINAMIN-F Fursultiamine tablets 25 mg from Japan?
Fursultiamine tablets are effective for the treatment of thiamine (vitamin B1) deficiency and the related diseases and symptoms, including following:
- muscle pain and/or weakness,
- joint pain,
- heart failure from beriberi,
- poor sleep and memory.
Also, studies showed that fursultiamine may be used in treatment of gastrointestinal problems and Alzheimer’s disease (Y. Suzuki, H. Itoh et al. “Comparison of the effects of pantethine and fursultiamine on plasma gastrointestinal peptide levels in healthy volunteers”. Biological and Pharmaceutical Bulletin, 2011; 34(10): 1640-3; Y. Mimori, H. Katsuoka, S. Nakamura. “Thiamine therapy in Alzheimer's disease”. Metabolic brain disease, 1996, 11(1): 89-94).