Take the following amount of medicine without chewing with cold or lukewarm water before sleep.
|Age||One dose||Daily dose|
|15 years or over||2-4 tablets||Once|
|11-14 years||1-3 tablets|
|Under 11 years||Do not take|
However, the minimum dose should be taken initially, and then the dose should be gradually increased (or decreased) depending on the relief of symptoms.
As shown in the figure, press the protruded portion of the PTP sheet with your finger to tear the aluminum foil and take out a tablet. (If you swallow the PTP sheet by mistake, its sharp edges may perforate your esophagus, etc., resulting in serious complications.)
In 4 tablets (maximum daily dose for persons aged 15 years or over)
|Daio (rhubarb) extract||405.8mg (as dry extract)
[Extracted from Daio (rhubarb) 1,068 mg]
|Kanzo (glycyrrhiza) extract powder||67mg
[Extracted from Kanzo (glycyrrhiza) 267 mg]
|Dioctyl sodium sulfosuccinate||24mg|
Calcium silicate, croscarmellose sodium, magnesium stearate, cellulose, hypromellose, titanium oxide, red ferric oxide
Daio (rhubarb) may cause your urine to turn orange or reddish, but this is not a cause for concern.
Advice regarding constipation relief
1. Make the emptying of bowels a habit.
Go to the toilet once a day at a set time. (The best time is after breakfast.) Do not try to hold your stool.
2. Strengthen your abdominal muscles.
Facilitate bowel movement by strengthening your abdominal muscles. This can be done by massaging the abdomen, exercise that involves twisting your body, or by swimming.
3. Be careful of your diet.
Promote intestinal movement by drinking cold water or milk after getting up in the morning and by eating lots of food high in fiber, such as fruits and vegetables.
(If you do not follow the precautions listed below, your current symptoms may worsen and you may be at an increased risk of side effects.)
|Skin||Rashes, redness, itching|
|Digestive organs||Severe abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting|
*Registered salesperson: person who has the license to sell OTC medicines except Category 1.
This medicine comes as a PTP product, or as a bottled product. Be careful about the following issues for each product: