Vitamin B - reduced fatigue and exhaustion

B vitamin complex

  • Contains all B vitamins
  • Contributes to normal energy metabolism
  • Reduces fatigue, exhaustion and stress
  • Good for hair, skin and nails

B vitamins are important for hair, skin, nails and fatigue. Elexir B vitamin complex gives you all the essential B vitamins. Stress and physical activity can increase the need for B vitamins, and those who eat a monotonous diet may also benefit from extra B vitamins to ensure adequate intake.

The B complex - the engine of energy metabolism

Riboflavin - vitamin B2 - can combat fatigue
Vitamin B2 is needed for several enzymes in the body to function. It contributes to normal energy metabolism, reducing fatigue and exhaustion, and to the normal functioning of the nervous system. Vitamin B2 can also protect our cells against oxidative stress and is needed for normal skin and mucous membrane function. Vitamin B2 is found in most foods, both animal and vegetable, yet many people have a low intake of the vitamin. Symptoms of deficiency can include cracked mouthparts, reddened lips and oral mucosa, inflammation of the nasal passages and hypersensitivity to light. Good dietary sources are dairy products, meat, eggs, peas and beans. The vitamin is sensitive to heat and light, so foods exposed to these factors risk losing their vitamin B2 content.

Pantothenic acid - vitamin B5 - boosts your performance

Vitamin B5 is present in all cells of the body and is needed for normal energy metabolism and the synthesis of cholesterol and steroid hormones. The vitamin has been linked to reduced fatigue and may promote normal mental performance. Vitamin B5 is needed for normal muscle and nervous system function and for the body's metabolism and growth. Vitamin B5 deficiency is rare but may affect people with cardiovascular disease, ulcers and rheumatic disorders. Symptoms of deficiency can include nausea, muscle cramps and irritability. Some people have also experienced impaired muscle coordination and a tingling or burning sensation in their feet. Many foods contain vitamin B5 but those with the highest levels are animal products, peas, beans and whole grain products.

Pyridoxine - vitamin B6 - needed for increased energy

Vitamin B6 is important for the normal functioning of the nervous system. The vitamin is needed for protein and carbohydrate metabolism, so supplementation can help increase energy. Vitamin B6 is involved in hormone regulation and the production of red blood cells. It contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system. Apart from alcoholism, vitamin B6 deficiency is rare but can cause cramps, anaemia, vomiting, muscle weakness and skin changes. Vitamin B6 is found in many foods and particularly good sources are fish, meat, poultry, eggs, milk and whole grain products. Bear in mind that light and heat can cause a loss of vitamin B6 in the diet.

Biotin - vitamin B7 - contributes to healthy mucous membranes

Biotin is also known as vitamin H and is essential for the body's metabolism of fats, carbohydrates and amino acids. Biotin is needed for healthy mucous membranes and also for good quality skin and hair. Biotin facilitates the body's energy metabolism and helps the nervous system to function properly. When deficient, symptoms such as fatigue, loss of appetite, depression, dry eyes, hair loss and skin changes can occur. Although the body usually absorbs less than half of the biotin content of the diet, it tends to cover the needs of most people. Biotin is found in many foods, but eggs and liver are particularly rich in the vitamin. Bread, oats, wheat and dairy products are also good sources.

Contents per daily dose:1 capsuleDRI*
Vitamin B1 (thiamine)2.5 mg227%
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)5 mg357%
Vitamin B3 (niacin)50 mg312%
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid)6 mg100%
vitamin B65 mg357%
Vitamin B7 (biotin)50 µg100%
Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid)300 µg150%
vitamin B1215 µg600%
PABA25 mg**
Kolin20 mg**
Inositol10 mg**
*DRI = % of daily reference intake. **DRI not established.

Ingredients: Filler (microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium salts of fatty acids), choline, niacin, pantothenic acid (calcium D-pantothenate), inositol, vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride), riboflavin, paraaminobenzoic acid (PABA), thiamine (thiamine hydrochloride), vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin), folic acid (pteroylglutamic acid), biotin (D-biotin), vegetable capsule (hydroxypropyl methylcellulose).


Recommended daily intake for adults: 1 capsule daily with a meal.

Number of doses per pack: 100

Recommended daily intake should not be exceeded. Dietary supplements are not a substitute for a varied diet but should be combined with a varied and balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. Store in a dry place at room temperature, protected from sunlight. Keep out of the reach of small children.

Product type
Food supplements

Durability and storage
Store in a dry place at room temperature, protected from sunlight. Keep out of the reach of small children. Shelf life 36 months.

Batch labeling
Best before, and batch number is next to the barcode.



Milk protein

Animal origin


Ok for Pregnant & Breastfeeding



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What is PABA?

-PABA stands for paraaminobenzoic acid and is a vitamin-like substance sometimes referred to as vitamin Bx. PABA is not a recognised B vitamin but it is involved in several bodily functions in which B vitamins participate, such as protein metabolism and red blood cell formation.

What is choline?

-Colin is also a vitamin-like substance that is often placed in the B vitamin family. Choline contributes to normal fat metabolism, normal liver function and homocysteine metabolism. It is also needed for the formation of lecithin and acetylcholine.

What is inositol?

-Even inositol is a vitamin-like substance that works together with the B vitamins in the body. Among other things, inositol and choline together form lecithin. Inositol is also sometimes called vitamin B8.

Is there an active form of B12 in B complex?

-Yes, in the form of methylcobalamin.