Zymaid drops

/Zymaid drops
Zymaid drops 2018-08-01T09:12:19+00:00

Zymaid drops are given to infants for curing constipation, infantile colic, pain, gas, post – feed abdominal distension and related problems. If a baby is fussy due to excessive abdominal gas or constipated then giving 12 drops of this medicine helps to pass gas and stool.

Zymaid drops are the combination of Alpha Amylase, Papain, Dill Oil, Anise Oil and Caraway.

  • Flatulent and Fermentative Dyspepsia

  • Anorexia

  • Indigestion

  • Heartburn

  • Poor Digestion

  • Post-Meal Abdominal Distension

  • Loosening Stool in Infants and Children

  • Malnutrition in Children

  • Vomiting in Sucking Infants.

For infants 0.5 ml or about 12 drops daily in single or in two divided doses.

  • Helping to digest starch in the body.
  • Producing chemicals that may have estrogen-like effects.

  • Inhibiting the gas formation in the gastrointestinal tract.

  • Having antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties.

  • Helping in the break-down of proteins. Powerful feed specific synergistically acting muti-enzymes in POLYZYME efficiently break down all the ingredients including non starch polysaccharides in the feed to simpler and more digestible forms, which help in minimize excretion and wastage of valuable and critical amino acids and trace minerals.

  • Reduces gut viscosity, and permits optimal gut motility and peristalsis. This in turn contributes to greater nutrient absorption, better intestinal villa function and health.

  • Liberates NSP bound critical nutrients and trace minerals, thereby reducing nutrient loss in feed.

Phenylephrine hydrochloride


After oral administration it is completely absorbed, the drugs bioavailability is affected due to first pass metabolism.


Nearly about 95% of the drug is bound to plasma protein. The drug is metabolized by liver. The peak serum concentration of the drug is achieving in 0.75-2hrs.


The elimination half life of the drug is 2.1 to 3.4 hours.

Chlorpheniramine maleate


After oral administration the drug is well absorbed in GI tract


About 72% of the drug is bound to plasma protein. The drug follows hepatic metabolism.


The elimination half life of the drug is 21-27 hours.

  • Systemic infections

  • Disorders of blood coagulation.

  • Allergy to plants in the carrot family such as celery, caraway, coriander, fennel and asafoetida.

  • Bleeding disorders

  • Endometriosis

  • Surgery

  • Fresh dill juice can cause photosensitivity, which may increase the risk of sun burns and skin cancer.

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