Activated vegetable charcoal from coconut shells in the form of syrup
- ensures fast action of activated charcoal without the need to break down tablets or capsules
- Enriched with vitamin C, which contributes to the normal function of the immune system, protection of cells from oxidative stress and reduction of fatigue and exhaustion
- sweet syrup with cola flavour
||1 dose (2,5 ml)
|Activated vegetable charcoal
*RI – reference intake value for adults / ** not defined
Ingredients: water, grape syrup (fructose 42%, dextrose 31%, maltose 14%, triose 6%), sugar, activated vegetable charcoal, vitamin C - ascorbic acid, cola flavouring
Storage: at room temperature up to 25°C. Store in the refrigerator after opening.
CARBOFIT syrup may adsorb concomitant medications, so consult your physician first if you are taking such medications. It is recommended that an interval of at least 2-4 hours be maintained between taking CARBOFIT Syrup and other medications.
Do not use as a substitute for a varied diet. Do not exceed the recommended daily dosage. The product is not intended for children under 3 years of age. Keep out of reach of children!
Activated charcoal is a porous carbon substance obtained by carbonization and activation of raw material. The outstanding feature of activated carbon is its high adsorption capacity.
Activated carbon contributes to the reduction of excessive flatulence after eating. (The beneficial effect of activated charcoal is achieved when 1 g is ingested at least 30 minutes before a meal and 1 g shortly after a meal.)
Due to the porosity of activated charcoal, its enormous internal surface allows it to adsorb a wide range of substances. The substance to be removed is brought into contact with the activated charcoal and then diffuses into the inner sphere of the pores.
It is the frequency of micropores and transport pores that determines the properties of the particular activated carbon used: In the structure of activated carbon made from coconut shells, micropores predominate significantly.
About vitamin C
Humans (as well as other primates or, for example, guinea pigs) cannot synthesize it, so they must take it in their diet. In the human body, vitamin C performs many important functions. For example, it contributes to a reduction in the level of fatigue and exhaustion and helps to maintain normal immune function during increased physical stress, to normal energy metabolism and to protect cells from oxidative stress.
Children from 3 years 2.5 ml syrup (equivalent to ½ teaspoon) 1 time a day
Children from 6 years 2.5 ml syrup (equivalent to ½ teaspoon) 1-2 times a day
Adults 5-10 ml syrup (equivalent to 1-2 teaspoons) per day
Shake before use!