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ADEL 11 DEFAETON DROP

(20 ML drop in bottle)
ADEL 11 DEFAETON DROP
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DEFAETON Drops (ADEL 11 Drops)
FOR CONSTIPATION (REGULARIZING THE STOOL HABITS)

INDICATIONS: FOR ACUTE, CHRONIC CONSTIPATION

ADEL 11 (DEFAETON) drops regulate proper intestinal function and work as a gentle laxative. This remedy helps relieve acute or chronic constipation, spastic colics and nervous indigestion while stimulating proper excretion.

INGREDIENTS: Boldo 6X , Cynara scolymus 4X, Dioscorea vill 6X, Fumaria off 4X, Ignatia 12X, Frangula 6X, Rheum palmatum 12X.

Boldo is a proven liver and digestive stimulant. It increases the flow of bile from the gallbladder while stimulating the excretion of urea.

Cynara scolymus is an excellent drainage medication for the gallbladder and liver, and also stimulates protein, fat and carbohydrate metabolism. In addition, it strongly supports digestive and excretion processes.

Dioscorea vill treats spasms of the digestive organs, severe colics and intestinal pain, and helps stimulate proper excretion.

Fumaria off unblocks the portal vein, stimulates the metabolism and helps reduce pain during purgation.

Ignatia addresses digestive organ disruptions and nervous indigestion, gastritis combined with a bitter or sour taste, and complaints linked to the creation of an ulcer. Aversion to certain foods that develop because of mood changes are also treated by this substance.

Frangula has been traditionally used as a mild purgative that helps resolve symptoms that accompany constipation, including large intestine weakness, liver weakness, liver blockage, gall/biliary blockage, hemorrhoids and headaches that result from these conditions.

Rheum palmatum acts as a mild purgative without causing any pain. It also acts as a toner and laxative for intestinal excretion.

RECOMMENDED DOSAGE (Unless otherwise prescribed)

Adults - 15 to 20 drops
Children - 7 to 10 drops
3 times a day in 1/4 Cup of water.
Original Packing: 20 ml sealed bottle




Use under medical supervision.

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Content on this page was last updated on 29 November, 2016, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)