Hematinic & General Tonic
  • Haemorich® is used for the treatment of anaemias.
  • It contains the common substances used in the prevention and treatment of anaemic conditions.

Each soft gelatin capsule contains:

  • Ferrous fumarate            300mg
  • Pyridoxine HCL(vitamine B6)          1.2mg
  • Folic acid                  1.0mg 
  • Cyanocobalamin  (vitamine B12)       7.5mcg
  • Zinc sulphate  monohydrate           66mg

Indicated for the treatment and prophylaxis of common anaemias, including:

  • iron-deficiency anaemias.
  • megaloblastic anaemias of pregnancy.
  • pellagra.
  • Hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients.
  • Symptoms of iron intolerance.
  • Iron salts and tetracycline absorption is diminished if taken concomitantly by mouth.
  • Iron salts should be administered 3 hours before or 2 hours after the tetracycline administration.
  • Concomitant ingestion of antiacids and tea will also decrease the absorption of iron salts.
  • Iron salts may reduce the effects of penicillamine.
  • Quinolone anti-infective agent absorption is diminished if taken concomitantly by mouth with iron salts. Oral preparations should not be administered within two hours of quinolone agents. 
  • Haemorich® can be used during pregnancy and lactation,(prescribed by physician or pharmacist).
  • Excessive doses of iron preparations may lead to toxicity in children.
  • Side effects of iron administered in therapeutic doses may include gastro-intestinal discomfort, diarrhea, vomiting, constipation. 
  • Side effects may be reduced by taking the medication with or immediately after food. As a result of iron therapy stools may become darkened or black in colour.
  • Circulatory failure may occur if the diarrhea and  haemorrhage are severe.


  • Symptoms of overdosage can be any of those described under "Side-effects and Special Precautions" below.
  • If any symptoms of intolerance occur, the drug should be temporarily or permanently discontinued.
  • In acute poisoning the desferrioxamine should be administered under the direction of a physician but preferably should not be administered during the pregnancy. Alternatively, and preferably in the treatment during pregnancy and lactation, empty the stomach by inducing emesis using( 1 - 5% ) solution of sodium bicarbonate lavage. 
  • Any small dose(as one gram) of iron is very toxic in children.
  • One capsule daily with or after meal.
  • Iron salts should not be given to patients receiving repeated blood transfusions or to patients with anaemias not produced by iron deficiency unless iron deficiency is also present.
  • Care should be taken when given to patients with iron-storage or iron-absorption diseases, haemoglobinopathies, or existing gastro-intestinal disease.
  • Blister of 15 capsules, pack of 2 blisters.
  • Store at temperature below 30°C.
  • Protect from humidity and light.