Charak Ojus Syrup is a digestive aid that improves digestion and gives relief from common digestive disorders. This is a complete solution for dyspepsia, inadequate or excess secretion of enzymes in the digestive tract, as well as the motility of the gastrointestinal tract. Charak Ojus Syrup also works to stimulate appetite. Its ingredients are naturally gastroprotective, prokinetic and mucoprotective to ensure holistic maintenance of the health of the digestive tract.
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The recommended dosage of Charak Ojus Syrup for adults is 10 to 15 ml or one to two teaspoonfuls, to be taken after major meals or as directed by a healthcare professional. This is a herbal medicine that must be consumed for two to three months for holistic relief from digestive disorders.
1. How many times in a day must Charak Ojus Syrup be administered?
Charak Ojus Syrup must be used two to three times a day for two to three months without missing any dose for the best results.
2. Does Charak Ojus Syrup have any side effects?
No, Charak Ojus Syrup is unlikely to have any side effects as it is entirely made of natural ingredients. However, in case you face any adverse reactions while using the product, discontinue use immediately. If the symptoms continue or aggravate, it is advisable to seek medical consultation.
3. Can Charak Ojus Syrup be administered to children?
After prior consultation with a healthcare professional, Charak Ojus Syrup can be administered to children above 12 years of age.
4. Does Charak Ojus Syrup react adversely with other homoeopathic or allopathic medicine?
Charak Ojus Syrup does not have any adverse reaction with any homoeopathic drug. It might react with allopathic drugs. Therefore, it is advisable to space out consuming the two medicines by at least half an hour to avoid any adverse reactions.