Information about Livolysin Syrup
Livolysin Syrup contains Lysine, Papain, Sodium Benzoate, Sorbitol, and Tricholine Citrate.
Role of key ingredients:
Lysine is used for preventing and treating cold sores (caused by the virus called herpes simplex labialis). Papain, also known as papaya proteinase I, is a cysteine protease enzyme present in papaya, which has proteolytic activity (means breaks peptide bonds of proteins).
Sodium benzoate is an antimicrobial preservative and flavoring agent
Sorbitol also known as glucitol is a sugar alcohol and has a laxative effect. It works by retaining fluid in the colon, which helps to increase muscle movement in the intestines.
Tricholine citrate is used for the treatment of hepatic disorders in adults. Tricholine citrate exerts lipotropic action in the hepatic cells, can lower the symptoms of asthma and reduces the pro-inflammatory and inflammatory mediators of leucotriene pathway.
Livolysin Syrup is used in the treatment, control, prevention, and improvement of the:
Co-therapy in Herpes simplex infections,
Liver disorders (like Acute & Chronic Liver Diseases, Non-obstructive Jaundice, Drug-induced Liver toxicity, Alcoholic hepatitis, Fatty Liver Infiltration, Sluggish Liver)
Use under medical supervision
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