Benfotiamine is an active pharmacological agent, synthetic analogue of vitamin B. It has identical pharmacological characteristics and helps to prevent a development of the diseases caused by deficit of vitamins from the B group.


Benfotiamine has a broad action. Its active biochemical compounds take an active part in metabolism, a regulation of the central nervous system, and energy balance of tissues.


This drug is a liposoluble substance. Unlike water-soluble form of vitamin B1, it is better and faster absorbed from the gastro-intestinal tract and its bioavailability is higher.


Benfotiamine is prescribed in the complex therapy of many chronic diseases:


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  • Vitamin B1 deficiency
  • Diseases of the cardiovascular system: ischemic heart disease, cardiomyopathy, rheumatic heart disease and others.
  • Chronic tonsillitis
  • Circulatory disorders of various origins
  • Diseases of the hematopoietic system
  • Exacerbation of chronic hepatitis B
  • dermatosis and other skin diseases
  • Diseases of the central nervous system infectious origin



In what dose is Benfotiamine used?

Benfotiamine is prescribed after having the results of the blood test and a confirmation of the deficit of vitamin B1. Depending on the concentration of this vitamin and disease severity, an individual dose and scheme of the treatment are selected.


The pills of Benfotiamine 150 mg are used for 1 to 4 times per day after meals. They should be used with a full glass of water. Take at least 2 liters of water per day during the use of the drug. A course of the treatment should last for at least 30 days. If there is no significant increase of the vitamin level of B1 in 30 days of taking Benfotiamine, the treatment should be repeated in 30 days.


Senior people (over 60 years old) should use 25-50 mg of Benfotiamine 1-2 times per day.


Children under 12 years old are prescribed 30 mg of Benfotiamine per day within 15-20 days.


Recommendations for the use

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  • Patients with chronic alcoholism should take Benfotiamine with due care because of the high risk of the side effects
  • The use of Benfotiamine during pregnancy is possible only if an advantage from the treatment exceeds a potential risk. A doctor’s consultation will help to detect the safety level of Benfotiamine for your body



Side effects

Benfotiamine has a low toxicity, and therefore it does not cause side effects. The use of Benfotiamine may cause an allergic reaction (skin itching, urticaria). An allergic reaction is perhaps caused by the overdose with vitamin B1, and therefore it is necessary to consult a doctor during the appearance of the side effect.


The allergic reactions often appear in women during menopause and postmenopause.


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Benfotiamine is not a medical product, and that is why a doctor’s prescription is not required. This is a biologically active additive/vitamin which may be bought in any pharmacy without prescription. But the cost of Benfotiamine in the city pharmacies is overpriced. It is conditioned by the high demand on vitamins from B1 group. The owners of the pharmacies and trade agents set a high cost on purpose in order to receive more profit.


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