Biochemically, Mecobalamin is a vitamin B12 containing coenzyme with an active methyl base. It participates in transmethylation reactions and is the most active of all B12 homologs in the body with respect to nucleic acid, protein and lipid metabolism. Mecol acts to repair damaged nerve tissue in nerve disorders such as axonal degeneration and demyelination.


    Mecol Tablet: Each film coated tablet contains Mecobalamin INN 0.5 mg.


    Peripheral neuropathies (for example, diabetic and alcoholic neuropathy, drug induced neuropathy, lumbago, entrapment neuropathy, intercostal neuralgia and diabetic retinopathy and other neuropathies).

Dosage & Administration

    Usually for adults, orally administer 1 tablet 3 times a day (1.5 mg of Mecobalamin). The dosage should be adjusted according to the age of patients and the severity of symptoms.


    Hypersensitivity to any component of this product.

Warning & Precautions

    The medicine should not be used for months if there is no response at all after its use for a certain period of time.

Side effects

    Loss of appetite, nausea, diarrhoea or other symptoms of gastrointestinal upsets may infrequently appear.

Drug interaction

Use in special groups


    Mecol Tablet: Each box contains 50 tablets in blister pack.