Triton syrup contains cypoheptadine hydrochloride, tricholine citrate, sorbitol solution. Cyproheptadine hydrochloride is an antagonist of serotonin and histamine with the property of anticholinergic and sedative property. It is useful in stimulating the appetite and growth. Tricholine citrate as the name suggests it contains three molecules of choline which is useful in the treatment of fatty infiltration and cirrhosis of liver. Sorbitol is a low calorie sweetening agent.
Causes depletion of fat in liver
Allergy and pruritis
Increases of fat emulsification
As directed by the physician
Cyproheptadine produces stimulating effect by causing serotonin antagonism. It antagonizes the effect of serotonin on satiety centre. When the stomach is empty the sugar levels decreases and produces signal to the brain and activating the appetite centre. Tricholine causes the conversion of fat into phospholipids. It also increases the bile flow and stimulates pancreatic enzymes. Sorbitol causes increase in evacuation and normalizes peristalsis.
Hypersensitivity to any of the ingredient
It is dangerous to take medicine without prescription
May cause drowsiness, so do not perform those works which requires concentration
Shake well before using the formulation
Protect the bottle from direct sunlight