Aritone ZI Syrup

Each 5 ml of syrup contains:

  • Iron (III) Hydroxide Polymaltose Complex 200 mg equivalent to elemental Iron 50 mg
  • Thiamine Hydrochloride 5 mg
  • Riboflavin 5-Phosphate Sodium 2.74 mg equivalent to Riboflavin 2 mg
  • Pyridoxine Hydrochloride 2 mg
  • Nicotinamide 20 mg
  • Zinc Sulfate 27.45 mg equivalent to elemental Zinc 10 mg

Iron is an essential mineral, with several important roles in the body. For example, it helps to make red blood cells, which carry oxygen around the body. A lack of iron can lead to iron deficiency anaemia. Liver is a good source of iron, don't eat it if you are pregnant. This is because it is also rich in vitamin A which, in large amounts, can harm your unborn baby.

Vitamin B complex: The building blocks for good health come from a variety of foods, even if they are from the same family of nutrients. Such is the case with vitamin B, a key player in maintaining cell health and keeping you energized.

Not all types of vitamin B do the same thing. Additionally, the different types of vitamin B all come from different types of foods.

Vitamin B deficiencies can lead to health problems. Sometimes a doctor will prescribe a supplement when they think you’re not getting enough.

Zinc sulfate precipitates protein and this is responsible for the astringent and weak antiseptic activity of Zn sulfate. It also produces mild vasodilation. Zinc sulfate can also be used orally or systemically as a zinc supplement. 220 mg of zinc sulfate (heptahydrate) contains 50 mg of elemental zinc.


Dietary supplements, Iron, Vitamin B and Zinc deficiencies, Vitamin deficiency, Vitamin or mineral supplement

Trade Name Aritone ZI
Generic Iron Polymaltose Complex + Vitamin B Complex + Zinc
Type Syrup
Therapeutic Class Iron & Vitamin Combined preparations
Manufacturer Incepta Pharmaceuticals Limited, Incepta Pharmaceuticals Ltd
Available Country Bangladesh, India
Last Updated: June 23, 2021 at 11:21 am


Aritone ZI dosage

Adults: 10 ml (2 teaspoonful) twice daily or as recommended by the physician.

Children: 5 ml (1 teaspoonful) once or twice daily or as recommended by the physician.

Infants: 0.33 ml/Kg body weight daily or as recommended by the physician.

Side Effects

This is generally well tolerated. However, a few side effects of oral Iron preparations, including nausea, vomiting, constipation or diarrhoea may occur.


Caution should be taken in the conditions where there is a risk of iron overload, such as haemochromatosis, thalassemia, haemosiderosis or haemolytic anaemia.


No interactions have been observed. Since, the Iron is complex bound, ionic interaction with foodstuff components (phytates, oxalates, tannin, etc.) and concomitant administrations of medicaments (tetracyclines, antacids) are unlikely to occur.

Pregnancy & Breastfeeding use



Contraindicated in patients with a known hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients of this product.

Acute Overdose

In case of overdosage, initially epigastric pain, diarrhoea and vomiting can occur and may include metabolic acidosis, convulsions and coma after apparent recovery. Should seek emergency medical attention in case of overdose. Initially an emetic should be given and then gastric lavage and general supportive measures should be employed.

Storage Condition

Store in a cool and dry place, away from light. Keep out of reach of children.