Effersun Calcium-D Effervescent powder
Calcium Carbonate 1000 mg + Vitamin D 600 IU
Effervescence Makes Calcium Carbonate Supplements Even Better!
Pharmaceutical Group: Food Supplement
Dosage Form: Effervescent powder
Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body. It is essential for the development and maintenance of strong bones and teeth, where about 99% of the body's calcium is found. Calcium also helps the heart, nerves, muscles, and other body systems work properly. It is probably best known for helping prevent osteoporosis.
The body also needs vitamins D in order for calcium to be absorbed and used properly.
Although the best way to get calcium is through food but some people may need to take calcium supplements to get the recommended amount. It is especially important for children to get enough calcium in their diets as they are growing and forming bone and for older people as they start to lose bone. Postmenopausal women, people who consume large amounts of caffeine, alcohol or soda and those who take corticosteroid medications may need calcium supplements. Calcium deficiency can be found in people who don't absorb enough calcium, as can happen with Crohn's disease, celiac disease and some intestinal surgeries.
20 Effervescent Sachets
Dosage and direction
1sachet daily, or as directed by a physician.
Dissolve effervescent powder in one glass of cold water.
Possible side effects
No side effects have been reported with recommended dosage.
• Hypersensitivity to any of ingredients.
• Intake of Calcium-D supplement is contraindicated in the presence of hypercalcemia, hyperparathyroidism and hypervitaminosis D
• People with a history of kidney Calcium stones should consult a physician before use.
• Calcium supplement should take with food
• Calcium supplement should not take concurrent with Iron, Magnesium and zinc supplement.
• Calcium supplement should not take concurrent with food source of Oxalic or phytic acid or high fiber foods.
Interaction with other medicinal products and other forms of interaction
• People who take Bisphosphonates, Levothyroxine, Quinolones and Tetracycline should consult a physician before use.
Pregnancy and breast-feeding
Pregnant women and nursing mothers should consult a physician before use.