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Hivita Daily B


Powerful energy-boosting B complex with CoQ10 and pomegranate for strong antioxidant support

  • Helps maintain vitality and stamina throughout the day
  • Supports energy production and the body’s response to stress
  • Assist in maintaining the healthy functioning of the nervous system
  • Inositol and B6 – which are involved in the production and action of neurotransmitter serotonin
  • Pomegranate, Vitamin C and CoQ10 for strong antioxidant support
  • Magnesium – which may assist in general well-being
  • Vitamin C – for the synthesis of collagen
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Dosage and directions for use

Adults: Take 1 tablet daily with food or as directed by your healthcare professional.
Always read the label. Use strictly as directed. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional. Vitamins can only be of assistance if dietary vitamin intake is inadequate. Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.

Ideally taken on rising with food – sometimes high dose nicotinamide can cause nausea when taken on an empty stomach. Avoid taking Daily B in the evenings, as it may interfere with sleep due to central nervous system stimulation effect. Avoid taking caffeine with this preparation due to additive stimulation effect.

Do not take while on warfarin therapy without medical advice.

Store below 25°C in a dry place away from sunlight.
Do not use if cap seal is broken.

  • Individuals experiencing energy drain from daily stress, high energy-demanding occupations, sensitive nervous systems, fatigue.
  • Those deficient in vitamin B e.g. Vitamin B1, B12 deficiency and loss of balance, tremor, cracked corners of mouth.
  • Those with difficulty maintaining morning energy levels, early afternoon energy slump.
  • Individuals with arterial insufficiency (Folic, B6 and B12 are known to assist in lowering homocysteine level)
  • Individuals suffering from mental and physical tension due to stress
  • Those with liver detoxification problems needing support of B Vitamins. e.g. due to caffeine
  • Those going through changes that occur with aging – loss of skin elasticity, poor memory, slow energy recovery after exercise. (Antioxidants scavenge free radicals which can help slow down ageing process while B complex vitamins are essential for the conversion of food to energy in the body, and can assist with maintaining vitality and stamina)

Active Ingredients per tablet

 Vitamin B1-B12


(B1) – Thiamine hydrochloride (equiv.to Thiamine 150mg)


(B2) – Riboflavin


(B3) – as Nicotinamide


(B5) – Calcium pantothenate (equiv. to Pantothenic acid 150mg)


(B6) – Pyridoxine hydrochloride (equiv. to Pyridoxine 50mg)


(B7) – Biotin


(B9) – Folic acid


(B12) – Cyanocobalamin


Vitamin B cofactors
Choline Bitartrate




Vitamin C
Ascorbic acid




Magnesium amino acid chelate (equiv. to Magnesium 80mg)


Zinc amino acid chelate (equiv. to Zinc 6mg)


Herbal Antioxidant-Punica granatum seed aril juice dry(Pomegranate) (equiv. to Punica granatum seed aril fresh 1000mg)


Coenzyme Antioxidant(Coenzyme Q10) – Ubidecarenone


Free from dairy, lactose, yeast, wheat, gluten, egg, fish, preservatives, artificial colours or sweeteners.

TGA Listing: AUST L 200395

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