Bull of the remedy-Shot – B

the package insert of the medicine Shot – B. Therapeutic class of Vitamins. Active principles Vitamin B12,Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B1, Vitamin E, Vitamin B2, Guarana, Vitamin B3,the Vitamin B5 and Vitamin B9.

what For?

Shot-B is a multivitamin supplement indicated to help prevent deficiencies in vitamins, helping to increase energy and physical performance and to reduce tiredness and malaise.


How it works?

Shot-B is a multivitamin that contains in its composition extracts of guarana to give you energy and 100 % of the daily needs of the B complex vitamins and Vitamins C and E.

Shot-B helps to strengthen the body with vitamins essential to your proper functioning and help in your physical performance, so that the rest of the activities of the day-to-day are not impaired by fatigue and tiredness.


How to use?

The recommended dose of Shot-B is 1 tablet per day, administered preferably in the morning.


When should I not use?

Shot-B is contraindicated for patients with diseases in which the ingestion of caffeine is not advised as anxiety, irritable bowel syndrome or hypertension, for example, and for patients with an allergy to any of the components of the formula.

Side Effects

What are the evils that can cause me?

The label of the vitamin supplement does not refer to possible side effects, however, if during treatment you experience any symptom unknown you should consult your doctor or nutritionist.

Warnings and Precautions

what should I know before using?

Before you use Shot-B, you should talk with your doctor if you are pregnant or nursing, have more than 65 years, you have any problem or disease health or serious or if you are taking other medicines.

Shot-B does not contain gluten or sugar, so it can be used by celiac patients and diabetics.

The treatment with Shot-B should be accompanied by your doctor or nutritionist and the daily recommended doses must be respected.


what to do if someone use a larger amount than is recommended?

In the case of taking excessive Shot-B, you should go to the nearest hospital, taking the packaging or package insert for the drug.