Iberogast Oral Liquid 50ml
Iberogast harnesses the power of nine natural plant extracts to effectively relieve multiple symptoms fast. It targets:
- Abdominal pains and cramps
- Heartburn & acid reflux
A multi-targeted approach
Digestive symptoms are caused by different malfunctions of the gastrointestinal tract. This is the reason why sufferers often experience several symptoms at once.
Iberogast is an effective product with a combination of nine natural herbal extracts with a multi-target action. Each of the carefully-selected medicinal plants in Iberogast has special active ingredients that target different causes of digestive symptoms.
So Iberogast effectively relieves a variety of digestive symptoms including abdominal pains and cramps, fullness, heaviness, bloating, flatulence and nausea.
What’s in Iberogast?
The nine naturally effective herbs you’ll find in Iberogast are:
- Bitter candytuft
- Angelica root
- Chamomile flowers
- Caraway fruits
- Milk thistle fruits
- Lemon balm leaves
- Peppermint leaves
- Greater celandine
- Liquorice root
Iberogast harnesses this power of nature. Combined in its state of the art formula, the natural herbs reinforce each other and work together in synergy to relieve a range of digestive symptoms at the same time.
Unless prescribed otherwise by your doctor, you can take Iberogast up to three times a day if needed. To take Iberogast, dilute it in a small amount of liquid (such as water, tea, or juice), and drink it before or during meals.
- Adults and adolescent aged 13 years and above should take 20 drops at a time
- Children aged between 6 and 12 years should take 15 drops at a time
- Children aged between 3 and 5 years should take 10 drops at a time
The duration depends on the severity of your symptoms and how long they last. You should consult your doctor if you don’t feel any relief from your acute symptoms after taking Iberogast continuously for seven days.
Before you take Iberogast
Pregnancy and Lactation
The use of Iberogast during pregnancy and lactation has not been fully studied and it should only be used in these circumstances under the guidance of a healthcare professional