Table of Contents
- 1 What is Entozyme syrup?
- 2 Uses of Entozyme syrup
- 3 How does Entozyme syrup work?
- 4 How to Take Entozyme syrup?
- 5 Common Dosage for Entozyme syrup
- 6 When to Avoid Entozyme syrup?
- 7 Precautions While Taking Entozyme syrup
- 8 Side-Effects of Entozyme syrup
- 9 Drug Interactions to be Careful About
- 10 Entozyme syrup – Composition, Variant and Price– Buyer’s Guide
- 11 Substitutes of Entozyme syrup
- 12 FAQs – 11 Important Questions Answered about Entozyme syrup
1What is Entozyme syrup?
Entozyme syrup contains digestive enzymes fungal diastase and pepsin which help in treatment of digestive disorders like indigestion, dyspepsia and flatulence. These natural enzymes are used for breaking down and digesting food. It is available in syrup form for oral administration and is available as an over the counter product.
Composition: Fungal diastase – 50mg/5ml, Pepsin – 10mg/5ml
Manufactured by – Biophar Lifesciences
Prescription– Available as OTC drug
Form – Syrup
Price – Rs. 92
Type of Drug – Digestive Enzyme