Vitamin B13 (orotic acid)

In the combined therapy of liver diseases and biliary tract caused by intoxication (except for cirrhosis with ascites), myocardial infarction and congestive heart failure II and stage III, cardiac arrhythmias (especially in the beats and atrial fibrillation), dermatosis, nutritional and alimentary-infectious malnutrition in children, progressive muscular dystrophy. Convalescence period, increased physical activity.

It stimulates the exchange of protein to the body, normalizes liver function, contributing to the regeneration of hepatocytes.

Orotic acid is involved in the synthesis of methionine, an exchange of folic acid and pantothenic acid.

Orotic acid improves reproductive health, a positive effect on fetal development during pregnancy.
sources of vitamin b13

It was shown the effectiveness of orotic acid in children from six months to 10 years, suffering from various skin diseases (eczema, atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, ichthyosis).

Yeast, milk (especially a horse), liver, dairy products

Synthesis in the body:
Synthesized in the intestine in lactating women is excreted in milk

Is the inside of 250-500 mg 2-3 times / day to one hour before meals or after four hours after eating? The course of treatment is 20-40 days, if necessary, repeat the course for a month. Children - 10-20 mg / kg of body weight per day in 2-3 doses. Course of treatment 3-5 weeks.

Depending on the severity as the disease daily dose and duration of treatment may be increased because a non-toxic drug.

Prolonged use of orotic acid did not cause any side effects or complications.


Cirrhosis of the liver occurring with ascites, increased sensitivity to orotic acid.

Side effects:

Allergic dermatitis, dyspepsia. When used at high doses on the background malobelkovoy diet may develop degeneration of the liver.

Orotic acid is assigned to improve the tolerability of drugs: antibiotics, sulfonamides, rezohina, delagila of steroid hormones. At present, very promising for applications in cardiology practice is a combination of orotic acid and magnesium.

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