New Kind of Nutritive Pills Developed

Pyongyang, May 13 (KCNA) — The Koryo Medicine Technical Center of the

Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has developed active nutritive pills.
According to Han Chang Gun, head of the center, the clinical test proved the pills, which have no
side-effect, are efficacious for deficiency of mineral matters and vitamins and promote the growth of children.
Children who have taken the pills for the time being, they grow 0.5 centimeter taller and 0.35 kilogram heavier
than others in a month.

Each pill contains Ca (15.4 milligrams) necessary for the formation of bone, Zn (59-60 milligrams) for the growth
and development of brain and J (3.4-3.6 micrograms), a main ingredient of thyrotrophic hormone.

It also has a proper amount of 26 kinds of microelements and macroelements including Mn and Se extracted
from Kumgang medicinal stone, and vitamins, essential amino acids and other active matters included to ensure
the stability of mineral matters.

The center treats Ca and elements extracted from Kumgang medicinal stone in a special way so that they may be
fully absorbed in human body.

It is also good for pregnant and nursing women and the aged with osteoporosis.

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