Nurse Harvey's Multı-Tım - NURSE HARVEY'S

Nurse Harvey’s Multı-Tım


Nurse Harvey’s Multi-team; It is a food supplement containing vitamins and minerals specifically for use by children. It contains natural mixed fruit flavor for children to enjoy drinking.

Recommended Daily Use Recommendation:
For children aged 4-10, it is recommended to use 1 scale once a day on a full stomach. 1 scale is 10 ml.

Storage Conditions:
Out of reach of children; Store at room temperature, below 25 ºC. Consume within 6 months after opening the cap.

Commercial Presentation and Packaging Content:
Nurse Harvey’s Multi-tim is supplied to the market in a boxed 200 ml bottle.

Do not exceed the recommended daily intake dose.
Food supplements cannot replace normal nutrition.
Consult your doctor in case of pregnancy, breastfeeding, illness or medication use.
It is not a medicine. It is not used for the prevention or treatment of diseases.


Vitamin B1, like all vitamins of the B complex, is a water-soluble vitamin and must be taken daily as it is not stored in the body. The energy produced by thiamine plays an important role in brain, nervous system, muscle, heart and gastrointestinal functions.

Vitamin B2, like other B group vitamins, is naturally found in some foods. Essentially, its function is to participate in the process of producing the energy necessary for the body by helping the breakdown of proteins, fats and carbohydrates taken into the body.

Vitamin B3, also known as Niacin, is one of the eight B vitamins. It plays a role in converting the food we eat into energy. It helps the body use protein and fat and keeps the skin, hair and nervous system healthy.

 Vitamin B5; It is involved in the normal synthesis and metabolism of steroid hormones, vitamin D and some nerve messages. It helps reduce fatigue and exhaustion by taking part in the body’s normal energy metabolism. Vitamin B5 helps the normal functioning of the digestive system.

Vitamin B6, which plays important roles such as brain development, nervous system, hormonal structure, immune system and improving mood, not only ensures the production of neurotransmitters such as serotonin and dopamine, but also plays a key role in the formation of red blood cells and preventing anemia.

Vitamin C helps heal wounds, repair and protect teeth, skin and cartilage. Vitamin C also, as an antioxidant, helps prevent or delay certain cancers and heart disease in the body, fighting free radicals that can help support healthy aging.

Vitamin E is a very powerful antioxidant, scavenging loose electrons called free radicals. It also strengthens immune function and prevents clot formation in heart arteries. Vitamin E helps protect the body against infectious diseases when taken in sufficient amounts.

Vitamin A   is also an organic (carbon-containing) compound that is necessary to ensure the smooth functioning of the body’s metabolism. It is necessary for vision, growth, reproduction, embryo development, blood production, immune system and tissue cell growth. It helps in the formation of the body’s immune system against diseases.

Vitamin D3 can ensure the continuation of the normal function of organs in the body such as bones, muscular system, nervous system, heart and circulatory system. It can contribute to strengthening the immune system, making it more resistant to diseases.

Selenium is an important mineral in the body and plays an important role in many biological processes. Selenium, which is taken mostly through soil and water in nature, functions as an antioxidant in the body and helps prevent the formation of oxidative stress in cells.

The total amount of zinc, which plays an important role in the immune system and metabolic activities, is estimated to be 2 g in adult individuals. More than 80% of this is found in bones, muscles, hair and skin. For a strong nervous system and immune system, sufficient zinc intake must be provided to the body.