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Enterosgel Sachets 10 x 15g
Enterosgel Sachets 10 x 15g
Enterosgel Sachets 10 x 15g
Enterosgel Sachets 10 x 15g
Enterosgel Sachets 10 x 15g
Enterosgel Sachets 10 x 15g

Enterosgel Sachets 10 x 15g

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Product summary

Enterosgel® is an innovative intestinal adsorbent (enterosorbent), developed for binding toxins, harmful substances, pathogens and allergens in the gastrointestinal tract and their elimination from the body.

How to use

  • Adults: 15 g (1 sachet or 1 tablespoon) 3 times per day (45 g per day).
  • Children: older than 5 years: 10–15 g (2–3 teaspoons) 3 times per day (30–45 g per day)
  • Children 1–5 years: 5–10 g (1–2 teaspoons) 3 times per day (15–30 g per day)
  • Children under 1 year of age: 1.7 g (1/3 teaspoon) before feeding, up to 6 times per day (up to 10 g per day).

A single dose of Enterosgel® may be mixed before use with breast milk, water, juice or semi-liquid baby food (in a ratio of 1:3).

  • Enterosgel® can be taken during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Ingredients

  • Enterosgel® is based on organic mineral: 70% polymethylsiloxane polyhydrate, 30% purified water.

Suitable for adults and children.

Taking other medicines

This product is unlikely to interact with other medication however please speak to your pharmacist or doctor if you are using any other medication. This is because there may be a potential possibility that it may affect the absorption of some medicines if taken at the same.

They may advise you to space the dosing at differing times to reduce the likelihood of this happening.