1.9.5- Alle Inhaltsstoffe


Daily dose (2 drops)
% NRV*
Vitamin A
400 µg RE
Vitamin D
5 µg
Vitamin E
12 mg α -TE
500 µg
Folic acid
200 µg
Vitamin B2
0,7 mg
Vitamin B12
5 µg
Vitamin B6
1,4 mg
Vitamin C
60 mg
75 µg
5 mg
50 mg

* % NRV = nutrient reference value for daily

intake (EU regulation no. 1169/2011)

With its wide range of nutrient-rich ingredients, Frummi can help prevent hair loss and increase the strength and vitality of your hair. Ingredients and their benefits are as follows.



Vitamin A

  • aids cellular metabolism, mucosal membrane and healing processes
  • strengthens and protects hair structure

Vitamin D

  • promotes healthy cardio-vascular system and aids muscle recovery
  • helps protect against auto-immune diseases
  • benefits the hair follicle cycle

Vitamin E

  • helps protect cells
  • helps prevent premature greying
  • strengthens the hair root


  • promotes energy metabolism
  • supports the central nervous system
  • strengthens hair structure and combats hair loss

Folic acid

  • strengthens growth
  • releases happiness hormones
  • increases the formation of red blood cells and the
  • supply of oxygen to the hair root

Vitamin B2

  • beauty vitamin for healthy cell growth
  • makes the hair shiny

Vitamin B12

  • promotes the breakdown of fat reserves
  • supports cell division and the central nervous system
  • reduces hair loss and strengthens hair growth by binding to biotin

Vitamin B6

  • strengthens the immune system
  • supports cell metabolism
  • stimulates sebum production
  • nourishes the scalp and promotes healthy hair growth

Vitamin C

  • key vitamin for a healthy immune system
  • improves hair root metabolism
  • improves blood flow to the scalp and thereby promotes hair growth


  • supports bone formation
  • supports thyroid functioning
  • stimulates hair growth


  • accelerates wound healing
  • increases cell growth
  • supports metabolism
  • supports keratin and collagen production for strong hair
  • protects hair follicles


  • stimulates brain activity and the central nervous system
  • protects against hereditary hair loss
    stimulates blood flow to the scalp and promotes hair growth
  • inhibits the release of DHT, thus preventing hair loss


Glucose syrup, formerly known as glycose syrup, is a viscous solution whose main component is glucose. It is obtained from starch when it undergoes hydrolytic decomposition by acid catalysis (primarily in Japan) or on an enzymatic basis (mainly in the USA) and is officially protected by law as the name of a specific type of sugar. Alternative names are candy or starch syrup.

The term sugar denotes a food with crystalline structure that tastes sweet and is vegetable in origin. Other types of sugar are also referred to under this generic term. The main component of sugar is sucrose. Principal suppliers are the US, which grows transgenic sugar beet (H7-1), Central Europe, and other regions with a moderate climate suitable for growing sugar beet. Sugar also comes from the tropics, where sugar cane grows.

Modified potato starch is used in the food industry due to its better acid, shear and heat stability and easier freezing/thawing method. Additives are obtained by chemical, physical and enzymatic processes that meet stringent requirements. The properties of the natural starch, such as its grain structure, are retained after processing, even by the human body.

E-number labelling is only required if a chemical change has taken place. In the event of exposure to pressure, heat or enzymatic processes, modified potato starch remains a pure food ingredient.

Also known as carboxylic acid, citric acid belongs to the family of fruit acids and is both water-soluble and colourless. Citric acid is added to foods to give them more acidity and acid aroma – hence its reputation as an acidifier.

Food colourants are natural raw materials that are used as colouring agents. Additionally, they have taste-giving properties in accordance with the natural product they are derived from. Carrot juice concentrate imparts a carrot flavour, while blackcurrant concentrate imparts a blackcurrant taste. The amount used determines the intensity of the colour. Precise information on the manufacturing conditions must also be provided. The obligation to list them as ingredients does not apply because they are not E-number additives.

According to the applicable EU and Swiss directives, a natural flavour is either a combination of different flavouring substances or a single flavouring substance which is produced from animal or vegetable raw materials by enzymatic, microbiological or physical extraction processes. It is chemically identical to the properties of those raw materials, but has not been modified. Thus the natural cherry aroma comes from the raw fruit of the same name and is produced by non-chemical processes.

Carnauba wax comes from the leaves of the carnauba palm from Brazil and is one of the vegetable waxes that are insoluble in water. It has a brown-yellow colour and is mainly used as a separating or coating agent to protect confectionery, medicines, fruits, dietary supplements and cosmetics from sticking together. The hard wax also gives those products a natural sheen.

L-ascorbic acid is also known as Vitamin C, which also includes the acid’s derivatives. Acids covered by the term Vitamin C, including dehydroascorbic acid, are converted by the body into L-ascorbic acid. This acid is an odourless, colourless water-soluble solid with a crystalline structure. It comes in four forms, with only L-ascorbic acid having any biological effect.

Natural caffeine is a white, odourless, bitter-tasting powder with a crystalline consistency. It was originally isolated from coffee and belongs to the xanthine alkaloids. Natural caffeine has a stimulating effect, occurs in a wide variety of drinks such as coffee or tea and is one of the most frequently used pharmacologically active substances.

dl-alpha-tocopheryl acetate is a synthetic isomer of vitamin E, which has been the most intensively researched of all the tocopherols. Synonymous with vitamin E and sometimes referred to as α-tocopherol, it has various positive and negative properties. The tocopherols are the vitamin E forms that, of all fat-soluble substances with an antioxidative or non-antioxidative effect, appear most frequently.

A vitamin of the B group, riboflavin is also called vitamin B2 or lactoflavin. Known as the growth vitamin, it plays a major role in the metabolic processes in the body.

Zinc sulphate is the zinc salt produced by dissolving zinc oxide or zinc in diluted sulphuric acid. In its anhydrous variant, it is a white powder and supports the formation of colourless crystals, which gives it the nickname of white copper smoke.

Pyridoxine hydrochloride is a derivative of pyridoxine. Also called adermin, it is a chemical compound with a solid, water soluble structure and combines with vitamins to perform a range of essential functions. Pyridoxine is also known as Vitamin B6 because it is one of the derivatives that makes up the B6 group.

Pteroylmonoglutamic acid is known as a vitamin of the B group and is an alternative name for folic acid (Vitamin B11 or B9). Sensitive to light and heat, it is formed from pteridine derivative and L-glutamic acid in combination with para-aminobenzoic acid.

D-biotin is a heterocyclic urea derivative associated with the thiophane ring, to which a valeric acid has been bound. D-biotin is the only naturally occurring variant of biotin/Vitamin B6 and, in contrast to the other stereo-isomers, is biologically active.

Frequently found in medicines, cosmetics and dietary supplements, retinyl acetate is a chemical compound with various benefits such as anti-aging. It is the ester between Vitamin A and acetic acid, which the body converts into Vitamin A. More light and heat resistant than Vitamin A, retinyl acetate is mostly used as a substitute for the vitamin.

Potassium iodide is a white coloured potassium salt from the hydrogen iodide acid group. Highly water soluble when exposed to rapid cooling, it is mostly used in the production of Lugol’s solution, pharmaceuticals and silver iodide.

Cyanocobalamin is one of the best-known types of Vitamin B12, which is synthetically produced and supplied to the human body via various compounds. It redresses various forms of Vitamin B12 deficiency and can be used to combat anaemia.

Another name for Vitamin D3, cholecalciferol is the most important version of Vitamin D that occurs in the human body. Since the substance is also produced by UVB radiation, the substance known as Vitamin D cannot be clearly defined.

Food supplement with vitamins, minerals and caffeine.
60 drops of 2g each, 30 daily portions, net quantity 120g.
Directions:  two drops a day for adults.

Contains caffeine. Not recommended for children or pregnant women. Contains 50 mg caffeine per recommended daily intake. The Frummi container is equipped with a childproof lid. Do not exceed recommended daily intake. Food supplements should not be used to replace a balanced and varied diet or a healthy lifestyle. Keep out of reach of small children. If you think you might be pregnant, consult your doctor before use. Store in a dry place, away from light and below 25°C.


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