The food we eat goes into our stomach through the esophagus. The gastric glands in the stomach create acid, which is necessary to digest the food. When the gastric glands create more acid than needed for the digestion process, you can feel a burning sensation below the breastbone. This condition is commonly known as acidity.
Acidity, also called as acid reflux, is a condition that is characterized by heartburn that is felt around the lower chest area. It is a common condition that occurs when stomach acid flows back up into the food pipe. Other symptoms include burning sensation and pain in the stomach & throat, difficulty swallowing, frequent burping or hiccups, regurgitation, prolonged sour or bitter taste in the mouth, post-meal heaviness, nausea, constipation, indigestion, bad breath & restlessness.
Stomawin Syrup is a natural antacid. It safely improves functions of the digestive system, without harmful side-effects. Stomawin Syrup is a blend of appetizers and digestives. It regulates secretion of digestive enzymes and it also helps in emptying of stomach by relieving constipation and flatulence. Stomawin Syrup supports digestion and allows the body to absorb and utilize nutrients for overall health.
This potent combination is great for boosting immunity and supports healthy metabolism, digestion & balances digestive fire while reducing stomach & intestine inflammation. It also facilitates maximum absorption of nutrients from the digested food. It has digestive & carminative properties which help to provide relief from various problems like nausea, vomiting, stomach discomfort, painful digestion and bloating. It helps to improve digestion and maintains good appetite.
Quick relief in hyperacidity, gastritis & digestion problems
Increases pH of the stomach
Relieves heartburn associated with acid reflux
Corrects dyspepsia, GERD and NSAID induced gastritis
Used in all types of ulcers
NSAID induced gastritis
Children : 5 ml thrice daily for 1-2 months or as directed by the physician
Adult : 10 ml thrice daily for 1-2 months or as directed by the physician