Key Information: Enterosgel
- Absorbs directly from the stomach and the intestines
- Enterosgel is a clear permeable gel which acts as an oral intestinal absorbent and is comprised of 70% Polymethylsiloxane and 30% purified water.
- Completely mineral-based and virtually tasteless. Its palatable profile makes it ideal for children. Enterosgel can also be recommended during pregnancy and new mothers who are breastfeeding.
- A well tolerated and non-medicated option with a fast-acting mineral based formula.
- Sugar and sweetener free, lactose/dairy free, gluten free, fat free, and free from flavours & preservatives.
- Best taken when mixed well with water makes Enterosgel easy to take and effectively soothes stomach and intestinal discomfort from a wide range of gastrointestinal issues, including diarrhoea & gas.
- Pharmaceutical-free mineral-based detoxifier.
- Preferentially absorbs medium size molecular weight organic and inorganic particles in the gut lumen so they pass out naturally with the stool
- Helps reduce intestinal illness symptoms such as diarrhoea, gas, stomach cramps, mild abdominal pain, heartburn and nausea
- Binds toxins and antigenic compounds from the gut, removing them from the body within 7 – 24 hours
- Clinically trialled for short and long term use
Suggested Use: Enterosgel
Child 1-6 years old: 1 teaspoon (5g) to 1/3 sachet – 3 times a day
Child 7-14+ years old: 2 teaspoons (10g) or 1/3 sachet – 3 times a day
15+ and adults: 1-1.5 tablespoons (15-22.5g) or 1-1.5 sachet – 3 times a day
In case of Diarrhoea
First administration: 2 standard single doses followed by a single dose after every loose bowel movement. Once diarrhoea has stopped it is recommended to continue Enterosgel treatment 3 times daily using the standard age related dose for 5 days.
In case of ingestion of substance causing irritation to the stomach or intestines
The standard single dose can be doubled during the first three days of treatment. It is recommended to take Enterosgel for 3-5 days.
For the management of short-term (acute) stomach and intestinal illness symptoms
1 standard single dose 3 times daily for 3-5 days or until alleviation of symptoms.
For the management of long-term (chronic) stomach and intestinal illness symptoms
Take 1 standard dose 2-3 times daily for 2-3 weeks. For continued management, take 1 standard dose 1-3 times daily as required.
In cases of Constipation
For those prone to constipation, it is recommended to reduce your dose to 1/3 - 1/2 of the standard dose and assess for bowel tolerance before increasing to a full standard dose. Ensure you remain well hydrated.
What if I miss a dose of Enterosgel?
Do not worry and continue to follow your regular scheduled dose of Enterosgel.
What if I accidentally take a higher dose?
No cases of overdose have been reported.
Effect on ability to drive and operate machines:
Enterosgel does not affect the ability to drive nor the speed of psychomotor reactions.
Pregnancy and breastfeeding
Enterosgel can be taken during pregnancy and breastfeeding. It is recommended to speak to your GP or midwife if you are unwell during pregnancy.
ORGANIC COMPOUND Mineral-based Polymethylsiloxane polyhydrate (methyIsiIicic acid hydrogel) – 70%, water purified – 30 %.
ENTEROSGEL ORGANIC COMPOUND
Contains no gluten, dairy, fat, sweeteners, sugar, flavours, colours or preservatives
What is Enterosgel?
Enterosgel is a mineral-based detoxifier gel designed to alleviate a variety of gastrointestinal symptoms.
What gastrointestinal symptoms?
Enterosgel helps alleviate a variety of stomach illnesses, diarrhoea, flatulence/gas, indigestion, nausea and more.
How does it work?
Enterosgel is an adsorbent. This means it binds molecules of liquids, gases or dissolved solids to its own molecular structure as it comes into contact with them, without producing a chemical reaction. As Enterosgel passes through the body it specifically binds with toxins, pollutants and other unwanted substances before being excreted from the body via the stool. As Enterosgel is also indigestible, it leaves the body intact, including any and all toxins and pollutants that become bound to the Enterosgel.
How long does it take to work?
This can vary from person to person, with benefits seen within as little as several hours, however typical results are seen within 12-24 hours.
What is the consistency of Enterosgel?
Enterosgel has a clear, gel or paste-like consistency.
Who is it for?
Naturally anyone who is experiencing gastrointestinal issues or symptoms, but Enterosgel is safe for use by anyone over the age of 1, including pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers, vegans and vegetarians.
If it’s safe for vegans and vegetarians, what’s in it?
Enterosgel is made up of 70% polymethylsiloxane polyhydrate (methylsilicic acid hydrogel), and 30% purified water. It contains no gluten, dairy, sugar, sweeteners, flavour, preservatives, colour, fat, animal products or odour.
How/when to take Enterosgel?
Enterosgel is recommended to be taken as soon as possible after the onset of stomach or intestinal illness symptoms, mixed into a sufficient glass of water.
For adults and children over the age of 15, the recommended dose is 15-22.5 g three times a day.
For children aged 7-14, 10g three times a day and children aged 1-6, 5 times a day.
Enterosgel should also be taken one hour before or two hours after any medications, antibiotics, supplements or other remedies (to avoid them being bound to the Enterosgel, which would prevent them being absorbed into the body) – it would therefore also be ideal to consume Enterosgel away from meals.
Do not use the product if the seal has been broken, damaged or appears to have been tampered with.
Any treatment can have side effects. Sometimes they can be serious, most of the time they are not. Some common side effects that you may experience are nausea, vomiting, constipation. There may be other side effect that occur.
Store at temperatures between 4–25 °C.
Do not freeze.
Keep out of the reach of children.
Avoid drying out after opening the package.
Use this product within 30 days of opening the tube.
3 years from the date of release from the manufacture. The expiry date is provided on the bottom flap of the carton next to the hourglass symbol.