A combination of herbal plants traditionally used as a complement to astringent diets. It also makes it easier to drink liquids, aiding rehydration.
WILD ROSE (Rosa canina L.) Fruits 20%
The pseudo-fruits have had a wide traditional use, especially as a source of Vitamin C, for the prevention of colds and flu. They have also been widely used with considerable success to help digestion and as a treatment against diarrhoea.
GREEN ANISE (Pimpinella anisum L.) Fruits 40%
According to ESCOP and the E Commission, the preparations obtained from the plant are used in the treatment of dyspeptic disorders, such as gastrointestinal spasms and flatulence, especially in paediatrics.
BILBERRY (Vaccinium myrtillus L.) Fruits 40%
Dry bilberries have been used to treat diarrhoea because the tannins act as astringents. Recent laboratory studies have shown that bilberries also have an antibacterial effect, which contributes to their antidiarrhoeal properties.
Desiccated fruits are used in the treatment of acute nonspecific diarrhoea. They have astringent properties.
Children under 1 year of age can take it in teaspoons. Children of 1-3 years can drink 1 to 2 cups per day. Children older than 3 years of age can drink several cups per day. Always follow the rehydration pattern of your paediatrician.