Hematogen


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Hematogen

 

a medicinal preparation made from defibrinated blood of slaughtered stock with the addition of sugar syrup and ethyl spirits. It is used for anemia, exhaustion, and malnutrition. Children’s hematogen, manufactured in tablet form, contains dried blood, ascorbic acid, sugar, molasses, honey, and evaporated milk.

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Availability of storage space ( not less than 50 square meters) to store cosmetic products and foodstuffs ( hematogen , jam , multivitamins ) from the time of delivery to complete closure of the process of packing and packaging.