Composición

Ingredientes por cápsula.

Citrato de magnesio, 500 mg. L-triptófano, 250 mg. Vitamina B3, 16 mg (100 % VRN). Ácido pantoténico, 6 mg (100 % VRN). . Vitamina B2, 1,4 mg (100 % VRN). Vitamina B6, 1,4 mg (100 % VRN). Vitamina B1 1,1 mg (100 % VRN). Ácido fólico 200 mcg (100 % VRN). Biotina ?g (100 % VRN). Vitamina B12 2,5 µg (100 % VRN).

Excipientes

Maltodextrinas, estearato magnésico, gelatina como recubrimiento de cápsula y dióxido de titanio


Advertencias

Hipersensibilidad a alguno de los componentes.

Modo de empleo

Tomar de una a dos cápsulas al día, o según recomendación del profesional de la salud.


Forma de presentación

Envase de 60 cápsulas de 776 mg.


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