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Enterosorbtion is one of the most convenient, safe, and effective ways to cleanse the body.
Enterosgel is a gel-like enterosorbent designed to bind in the gastrointestinal tract and remove toxic substances of various nature, pathogens, and metabolites from the body.
The ancestors of intestinal sorbents have been used since ancient times. In ancient Greece, India, Egypt, and Ancient Rus doctors used clay and charcoal to cleanse excesses and treat poisoning and infectious diseases. Enterosgel was synthesized in the USSR in the 1970s by scientists of the L. V. Pisarzhevskii Institute of Physical Chemistry. Studies of the drug were commissioned by the USSR Ministry of Defense because the army needed a simple, universal, and effective drug capable of treating poisoning, allergies, and even consequences of radiation exposure right in the field. The Pharmaceutical Committee of the USSR allowed the medical use of the Enterosgel drug in 1989.
Enterosgel does not reduce the absorption of vitamins and minerals! Enterosgel can be given to children, pregnant and lactating women.
When to take Enterosgel?
Diseases of the gastrointestinal tract (stomach, intestines, pancreas, liver)
- Restores the mucous membrane of the digestive tract;
- Normalizes the intestinal microflora;
- Removes toxic substances from the body;
- Reduces the toxic load on the liver.
Allergic diseases (atopic dermatitis, food allergies, bronchial asthma)
- Binds food and non-food allergens;
- Relieves allergy symptoms.
- Reduces the side effects of vaccination (fever, dyspepsia, skin rash). The Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation drug included polymethylsiloxane polyhydrate (active substance of Enterosgel) in the Recommendations for prevention, diagnostics, and treatment of COVID-19.
Infectious diseases (ARVI, influenza, intestinal infections)
- Eliminates symptoms of intoxication;
- Reduces the duration of the illness;
- Relieves diarrhea.
Together with antibiotics
- Reduces the side effects of antibiotics;
- Dyspeptic disorders;