Ambrodil Syp 100ml
Ambrodil Syp 100ml
Ambrodil Syp 100ml

Ambrodil Syp 100ml

100ml Syrup in Bottle
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Ambroxol(30.0 Mg)
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Medical Description

Ambrodil Syp 100ml composition is a prescription medicine used in acute and chronic conditions of the respiratory tract.

Uses of Ambrodil 30 MG

  • Ambrodil Syp 100ml uses are in acute sore throat
  • bronchitis
  • emphysema
  • sinusitis
  • pneumonia

Contraindications of Ambrodil 30 MG

Ambrodil Syp 100ml is not to be prescribed to individuals with gastric ulcer or other gastrointestinal conditions. Individuals who are hypersensitive are advised to consult a doctor before starting a...
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Side effects of Ambrodil 30 MG

  • Ambrodil Syp 100ml side effects include nausea and vomiting
  • skin rash and itching
  • abdominal pain
  • gastric complications
  • sore throat

Precautions and Warnings of Ambrodil 30 MG


Can I take Ambrodil Syp 100ml during pregnancy?
Ambrodil Syp 100ml has ambroxol as the primary constituent which is not recommended for a developing foetus.

Breast Feeding

Can I take Ambrodil Syp 100ml while breastfeeding?
Ambroxol passes into the milk produced by a lactating mother, which makes it not fit for the infant. If necessary, breastfeeding should pause until the course of the medication.


Can I drive if I have consumed Ambrodil Syp 100ml?
Medicines with an ambroxol base have no side effects which can affect the driving ability of an individual.


Can I consume alcohol with Ambrodil Syp 100ml?
Drinking of alcohol has no adverse effect on the individual through the course of the medication.

Other General Warnings

Talk to your doctor if
  • It is recommended to have prior consultation with a doctor before administering the medicine to a minor.
  • Individuals with liver or kidney conditions and on medication for the same should make the condition known to the doctor.

Mode of Action of Ambrodil 30 MG

How Does It Work?

Ambrodil Syp 100ml contains ambroxol, which is a secretolytic agent used to loosen the adhesion of mucus on the bronchial walls in turn allowing for the easy passage of phlegm and relief in breathing.

Directions for Use of Ambrodil 30 MG

The syrup bottle is required to be shaken well before using. The dosage must be according to the one advised by the doctor.

Interactions of Ambrodil 30 MG

Interactions with other medicines

Individuals on a prescription for liver disorder must discuss their condition with the doctor beforehand. The medicine for gastric conditions such as ulcers and other complications is also not recomm...
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Interactions with food items

No complications with any food products are reported.

Other general Interactions

Hypersenstivity is a condition which is likely to get worse if the individual gets on a prescription of ambroxol.

Storage and disposal of Ambrodil 30 MG

The medicine is to be stored in a cool dry place and away from children.

Dosage of Ambrodil 30 MG


  • Increased discomfort and rashes on the skin
  • Continuous pain in the abdomen region
  • Confusion
  • Gastrointestinal complications

Missed a Dose

A missed dosage should be taken as early as possible, but it is to be made sure that the next dosage does not overlap or is due just after.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


Q: When can a nursing mother on prescription for Ambrodil Syp 100ml resume breastfeeding?

A: The effect of Ambrodil Syp 100ml can last up to 24 hours in the human body. It is advised to wait for at least two days after finishing the course of medication before resuming breastfeeding.

Q: Why is it not advised to administer Ambrodil Syp 100ml to infants?

A: Infants or children below two years of age are susceptible to life-threatening side effects when administered a decongestant.

Q: How long does it take for the medicine to start showing progress?

A: The medicine usually starts showing signs of relief or progress in about half an hour after oral administration.

Q: Is the medicine a habit forming prescription?

A: No such case has come to light where the medicine has had a habit forming effect.

Q: How long must the medicine be continued without it showing any signs of progress?

A: The typical tenure for the prescription is about a week to ten days. If the medicine shows no signs of progress until then, it should be discontinued and consulted with a doctor.
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Last Updated on: 15 Aug 2020 | 02:00 PM (IST)
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