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Grey hairs. Prescribed Melnora Gel, multivitamin Keraglo Eva tablets. Is Calcium Pantethonate tablet recommended?

Dear Sir/Maadam,
I have been prescribed Melnora Gel (Glenmark) for topical application on the scalp to treat/reverse graying hair. I understand that for it to be effective, the Melitane composition should range between 0.5% - 1%. But I am unable to
find out what the concentration is in Melnora Gel... its neither indicated on the packaging nor can I find it through online sources. Would you happen to have this information?

Separately I understand, taking calcium pantethonate tablets for reversing gray hair is recommended.... I have not been prescribed those but have been asked to take multivitamin Keraglo Eva tablets (IPca). Would you recommend I also take Calcium Pantethonate tablets? If yes... could you please recommend some?

Look forward to your response.


Asked On : Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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thanks for your querry
pantothenic acid as if it does not have any benefit for humans ,but it has tried on mouse which shows loss of hair and greying dur to pantothenic acid deficiency.
Answered: Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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