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Vitamariel - Scrabble

Biologically active food supplement

Vitamariel®® - Scrabble

Powder for beverage co taste of orange or pineapple

Complex vitamins for children and adolescents from 7 to 14 years

Is not a medicament

Child's health depends on many factors, but primarily on the full, balanced diet. Nowadays, to provide children with all the nutrients, especially in urban environments - is virtually impossible. Fruits and vegetables that are offered to us in the shops, mostly do not meet the nutritional value that characterizes the natural products grown in the country or in the garden. Therefore it is necessary to fill the needs of the child for nutrients with the using of vitamin complexes. When a child’s body grows, it develops bone and muscle tissue, organs, the nervous system. Lack of vitamins in the childhood can lead to chronic diseases, stunted physical and mental development.

Complex of vitamins for children and adolescents from 7 to 14 years, Vitamariel-Scrabble is designed specifically for children, taking into account the needs of the growing organism, and contains the most important vitamins for children.

Vitamin D (Kolekaltsiferol) is responsible for the proper formation of the skeleton of the growing organism, as well as for the growth of bone tissue.

Vitamin A - its use is not only in maintaining the good vision. It is responsible for the growth of hair and teeth, for the work of the mucosa and skin cells.

With a lack of vitamin E (tocopherol), the child increases nervousness, weakening muscles. And his lack during puberty leads to reproductive disorders.

Group B vitamins strengthens the nervous system of the baby, it is able to suppress the crying and whims.

Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) - an essential vitamin, is not synthesized in the body and fed with food alone. Even small amounts of vitamin C to protect the molecule of protein, fat, carbohydrates, and nucleic acids from degradation by free radicals.
Many parents face with a serious problem - the child refuses to take vitamins because of the sour taste of ascorbic acid or bitter taste of vitamin B. We have considered this while creating Vitamariel®-Scrabble. Every child will like the balanced fresh sweet taste of the drink.

When choosing vitamins one should pay attention to the age group for which they are intended.

The composition of one pack (4 g):

ascorbic acid, nicotinamide, tocopherol acetate, D-calcium pantothenate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, thiamine hydrochloride, riboflavin, retinol acetate, Kolekaltsiferol, cyanocobalamin.

Excipientssugar, glucose (dextrose), malic acid, flavor natural identical.


1 packet / 100 ml

% of the daily requirement
7-11 years / 11-14 years

Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C)

70 mg

117  / 100

Nicotinamide (Vitamin PP)

12 mg

80 /  67

Alpha-tocopherol acetate (Vitamin E)

8 mg (8 IU)

80 /  67

Calcium D-pantothenate

5 mg

167 / 143

Pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6)

1,4 mg

93 / 82

Thiamine hydrochloride (vitamin B1)

1,2 mg

109 /92

Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)

1,2 mg

100 / 80

Acetate, retinol (vitamin A))

0,688 mg (2000 IU)

98 / 69

Kolekaltsiferol (Vitamin D3)

10 mcg (400 IU)

100 / 100

Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12)

2 mcg

100 / 67


Energy value of 1 sachet - 15.4 kcal. Carbohydrate content - 3.84 g.


an additional source of vitamins for children and adolescents 7 to 14 years.

Recommendations for use:

for children and adolescents of 7-14 years: 1 sachet per day with meals, dissolving the contents of the packet in 1/2 cup (100ml) of warm boiled water.


idiosyncrasy of the components.

Do not take other vitamin complexes because of the possibility of overdose.

Before application it is recommended consult with your doctor.

Terms of sale:

through pharmacies and Specialized shops, offices trading network.

Certificate of state registration

Number RU. on 03.11.2010

Storage conditions:

In a dry, dark place, away from children at or above 25 ° C

Date of Expiry:

2 years



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