Oral tablet- Each tablet contains active ingredients Thiamine HCL 100 mg with other excipients accordingly. Injection-Each mL contains Thiamine HCL 100 mg, chlorobutanol anhydrous 0.5% monothiglyceral 0.5 % water for injection


It is indicated in beri beri, thiamine deficiency, and Wernicke’s encephalopathy, vitamin, and mineral supplementation

Side effects

Mild to moderate side effect has been observed such as restlessness, sweating, itching, nausea, and black and tarry stools.


This drug is to be cautiously used in patients with allergic reactions, impaired kidney function, pregnancy, and lactation.


This drug is contraindicated in patients with hypersensitivity

Dosage and administration

For beri beri- In adults usual dose consists of a tablet of 5 to 10 mg of thiamine to be given for 1 month. Injection- 10 to 20 mg to be given IM three times a day for 2 weeks. Vitamin and mineral supplementation- In adults usual dose consists of tablets of 50 to 100 mg to be given orally once a day. Wernicke’s encephalopathy- 100mg to be given intravenously until a patient is on a regular diet. Thiamine deficiency- In adults usual dose consists of a tablet of 10- 50 mg/day to be given orally once a day.


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