Troubled by digestive issues?
Always keep Enterosgel at hand.
- it removes toxins from the intestine
- works on different types of diarrheal diseases in adults and children
What is diarrhea?
Diarrhea manifests as more frequent defecation of loose stool. The loose consistency of the stool is particularly important: Increased defecation frequency is not always diarrhea. Acute infectious diarrhea may be accompanied by fever or vomiting.
A common cause of acute diarrhea is food poisoning (toxins of bacteria that have grown in food), viral or bacterial infections
What to do about diarrhea?
Just mix Enterosgel into a glass of water and drink it down.
One tablespoon 3 times a day and you'll be fine.
Duration and dosage
1-3 years old it is advisable to consult a doctor prior to use of Enterosgel.
1–6 years old 5g (approximately 1 teaspoon or 1/3 of a sachet) diluted in 50-100 ml of water 3 times a day.
7–14 years old: 10 g (approximately 2 teaspoons or 2/3 of a sachet) diluted in 50–100 ml of water 3 times a day.
For children 15+ and adults
15 g to 22.5 g (approximately 1 table spoon or 1–1,5 sachet) diluted in 200 ml of water 3 times a day.
In the beginning of the treatment (on Day1) you can double the first dose and then continue with a single dose after each bowel movement from 3 to 6 times a day. Maximum 8 doses on the first day.
Stop the treatment with Enterosgel if you do not have bowel movement for 1–2 days, increase intake of water and continue the treatment after the next bowel movement.
During treatment of chronic diarrhoea you may adjust your dosage to suit your stool consistency and bowel movements. You can increase treatment to a double dose up to 3 times a day if your stool is loose, or reduce to a single dose once a day if your stool is normal. Maximum 6 doses per day.
Dilute the dose in water of room temperature prior to its administration.
Even if you observe all the rules of personal hygiene and carefully avoid all sources of infection, diarrhea and intestinal issues can hit you at any time – at home or while travelling.
That is why it is important to have the selective enterosorbent Enterosgel in your home medicine cabinet.
What to do about diarrhea?
The basis of all diarrhea therapy is adequate fluid intake (covering diarrhea losses) eventually mineral supplementation (soups, mineral water without bubbles, rehydration solutions, etc.) and dietary measures. In all infectious diarrhea, a chemically neutral Enterosgel adsorbent is recommended.
Diarrhea during pregnancy is particularly unpleasant. Even in this period it is possible to use this product – it is completely safe. It is not absorbed into the bloodstream, thus it can also be used for diarrhea in children and pregnant or lactating women.