Limonade Asepta®

DIN

00512478

Uses

Limonade Asepta® is a laxative.

Asepta Limonade 300mL

Product Details

Pack Size

Bottle 300 mL

Dosage/Directions for Use

Directions: Drink cold for better taste and first thing in the morning for optimal effect.

Adults: 1/4 to 1/2 bottle.

Children over 8 years: 4 mL/kg body weight to a maximum of 1/2 bottle.

Important: Drink a 250 mL (8 oz) glass of water with each oral dose of Asepta®.


Storage

Store at room temperature.

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.


Ingredients

Each mL of this product contains: 56.10 mg of sodium tartrate.

Non-medicinal ingredients: Artificial and natural flavouring, citric acid, purified water, sodium benzoate and sodium bicarbonate.

Sugar-free.


Precautions

Do not use if security seal is broken.

Individuals on low-sodium diets should avoid use of this product.

Overuse or extended use may cause dependence for bowel function. Do not take for more than 1 week, unless your physician has ordered a special schedule for you.

Do not take within 2 hours of another medicine, since the desired effect of that medicine may be reduced.

Do not use in the presence of fever, nausea, vomiting or abdominal pain.


Information

All information about raw materials and / or allergen information for Teva Canada’s products is obtained from our suppliers and/or third party affiliates and is based on their records.

Please be advised that the Medical Information department is not always notified of change in third party affiliates and / or change in suppliers of the excipients that may occur over time, and all information provided herein is based on our last current records.

"Latex" – refers to NATURAL RUBBER LATEX. We cannot guarantee that there is no latex in the outer packaging or that the medication or packaging haven’t come into contact with latex at any point during the manufacturing process, however this is very unlikely due to the strict GMP procedures that are in place in all of our manufacturing facilities. Employees in the manufacturing and / or packaging facilities may be wearing latex gloves