Swanson Vitamin B1 100 mg / 250 capsules


Food supplement


  • large economical packaging of up to 250 capsules
  • contributes to maintaining proper energy metabolism,
  • helps in the proper functioning of the nervous system,
  • helps maintain proper psychological functions,
  • helps in the proper functioning of the heart

Vitamin B1  (thiamine) is a water-soluble vitamin. It is an essential coenzyme that plays a very important role in energy catabolism. The largest amounts of vitamin B1 are accumulated in the heart, liver, brain and kidneys. Thiamine is quickly resorbed in the intestines, but it is not stored in the body and its excess is removed by the kidneys.

It can be found in food in products such as pork and its products, and among products of plant origin in groats and legume seeds.

Vitamin B1 plays a particularly important role in the regeneration and functions of the nervous system.

Vitamin B1 supplementation has benefits in preventing the deterioration of mental functions and nervous dysfunctions, but also has regenerative properties in the case of disorders resulting from abnormal acetylcholine levels.

Thiamine regulates calcium metabolism, is responsible for regulating muscle contraction and producing energy in muscle cells. Alcohol, theine from strong tea and antacids reduce the absorption of vitamin B1.

Some vitamins such as B2, B3, C, E and minerals such as manganese and magnesium increase the absorption of thiamine.


Ingredients in a daily portion  (1 capsule)

Thiamine USP (Vitamin B-1)

(thiamine hydrochloride)                    100 mg  (9091%*)

*RWS -  Reference Intake Value


Ingredients:  Thiamine, rice flour, capsule shell: gelatin, anti-caking fillers: magnesium salts of fatty acids and silicon dioxide.

How to use:  One capsule a day. Do not exceed recommended servings for consumption during the day. The product cannot be used as a substitute for a properly varied diet.

Store at room temperature, out of the reach of small children. The product is not recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding women.

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