What is Enterosgel and what is it used for?
Enterosgel is an innovative intestinal “adsorbent” (enterosorbent), developed for binding toxins, harmful substances, pathogens and allergens in the gastrointestinal tract and their elimination from the body. It has excellent absorption properties; and is easy to take. Enterosgel helps to cleanse the whole organism by ridding it of toxic substances. Enterosgel is not itself absorbed; it only absorbs undesirable substances.
Why take Enterosgel®?
- Suitable for babies, children and adults (including pregnant/breastfeeding mums);
- The product is 100% free of sugars, artificial sweeteners, preservatives, gluten, lactose, fat and food colouring;
- Enterosgel is a patent of Swiss company Bioline Pharmaceutical;
- Certified in New Zealand as a Medical Device Class IIa. Unlike drugs that have pharmacodynamics and act inside the body, Enterosgel is not absorbed from the intestine and acts only in the intestinal lumen.
- Enterosgel is used in order to eliminate toxic substances from the body with minimal potential risk to health;
- The gel-forming matrix has a globular structure. The pores are spaces between the globules filled with water. It is a suspension;
- Shelf life is 3 years, at normal temperature;
- Non allergenic 100 % based on organic mineral Polymethylsiloxane polyhydrate (methylsilicic acid hydrogel) –70%, purified water –30%;
- Quick and easy to use.
Symptoms for Enterosgel use
- Food allergy
- Seasonal body-detox
- Indigestion (dyspepsia)
- Poisoning, including alcohol and narcotics intoxication
- Diarrhea of any cause, such as malabsorption syndrome
- Diseases of the skin (atopic dermatitis, eczema, acne vulgaris)
- Allergic diseases (bronchial asthma, food allergy, urticaria, etc.)
- Prophylaxis against atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease
- Disturbances in the intestinal microflora (e.g.caused by antibiotics)
- Chronic intoxication syndrome when exposed to occupational hazards
- Acute diarrhea of any cause, such as bacterial, viral food poisoning, antibiotic associated