Generic Name : Silymarin Pronunciation : SILL-ee-MAR-inn Therapeutic Classification : Antioxidants
India- Alcohep Soft-Gelatin Caps, Alrin-B Cap, Alrin-B Syr, Denafed Cap, Denafed Syr, Good Liver Syr, Hepasil Cap, Hepasil Syr, Hepasil-B Cap, Hepasil-B Syr, Hepawin Plus Syr, Hosliv Syr, Lecivit-S Susp, Levalon Tab, Limarin Cap, Limarin Susp, Livbel Syr, Livosil Forte Syr, Livosil-B Cap, Livosil-B Susp Susp, Marisil Tab, Palron Cap, Prohep Forte Tab, Renewliv Forte Sg-Cap, Renewliv Sg-Cap, Satmax Syr, S-Bil Syr, Silbostin Cap, Silicon Susp, Silicon Tab, Silikair Liqd, Silimar Cap, Siliv Susp, Siliv Tab, Silmi Tab, Silybon Film-Coated Tab, Silybon Susp, Silyrin Susp, Silyrin-B Cap, Sison Cap, Sivylar Susp, Sivylar Tab, S-Meri Susp, S-Meri Tab, Telzaliv Cap, Telzaliv Syr.
International- Hepasil, Heptosil, Liprotec, Sarim, Silimarin, Silirin. Why it is prescribed (Indications) :
This medication is a herb, prescribed for liver disease. When it is not to be taken (Contraindications):
Dosage & When it is to be taken :
Adult: PO- The recommended dose is 140 mg 2-3 times/day. How it should be taken :
It comes as a tablet, capsule, and syrup to take by mouth, with food. Warnings and Precautions :
* Caution needed in patients with history of hepatic encephalopathy (confusion, altered level of consciousness and coma as a result of liver failure), and in pregnant and breastfeeding women. Side Effects :
Abdominal bloating, diarrhea, flatulence, loss of appetite, nausea and stomach upset.
* Avoid excess dosage. Storage Conditions :
Store it at room temperature.
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