One of the oldest multivitamins for babies is United American Tiki Tiki. After our bouts with Poly Vi-Sol made by Mead Johnson, our doctor recommended Tiki Tiki for my baby. At that time, the dosage was already .6 ml.
Tiki Tiki is the cheapest brand in the market but it is highly trusted. Our doctor gave it to my baby because my baby didn't like the taste of Poly Vi-Sol and we were looking for a milder tasting vitamin supplement for her.
Then Tiki Tiki it was. Additionally, it was given to her because it was supposed to stimulate her appetite and make her gain weight.
She did take Tiki Tiki alright and we were happy because it was good for our budget. But regarding the appetite inducing and weight gain promises, nothing happened with our baby. She is still very slender and slim. She is not the chubby baby that is usually the case. So I am not sure if the vitamins did not work if this is really our baby's frame--slim and tall. It's fine with me really, it is just that I am sometimes worried if she is getting enough nutrition. But since she is alert, energetic and smart, then I guess her nutrition is just okay.
All in all, I believe that Tiki Tiki is a good brand. It may be cheap, but it is good.