Eno antacid powder when mixed with water creates a sparkling antacid drink that provides quick relief in stomach acidity and acid reflux symptoms. Eno powder is an ayurvedic medicine made from fast-acting effervescent fruit salts that temporarily relieves indigestion, gas, flatulence, bloating and heartburn symptoms.
Ayurvedic medicine for temporary relief in acid reflux
- Eno Fruit Salt is available in Regular, Lemon, Orange & Cola flavours
- Sparkling antacid drink that provides instant relief in just 6 seconds
- Relieves acidity, heartburn, acid reflux, nausea and gastric discomfort
- Provides temporary relief in indigestion, flatulence & bloated stomach
- Eno Fruit Salt Regular (blue pack) can be used for baking recipes
- Contains sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), citric acid & sodium saccharin
- Does not contain lactose, gluten or preservatives. Contradicted in low salt diet.
WARNING: Pregnant and lactating women should consult their medical practitioner before use.
Eno Fruit Salt can sometimes cause stomach gas and gut irritation. Do not take for more than 14 days.
Is It Good to Take Eno Daily?
Even though eno is a powerful antacid, it is not an effective solution for treating heartburn or acidity. Since antacids like eno have several side effects, so, no, it is not good to take eno daily, you should definitely avoid that. It is best to consult a doctor to get prescribed medicines if you have acidity or other gastric issues.
Also, according to the National Health Service, UK, pregnant or breastfeeding women, children below the age of 12, people who have been recommended salt restriction, and those with a kidney, liver or heart disease should avoid using antacid medicines. Therefore, it is best to consult your doctor before taking eno daily to avoid the side effects of eno.
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