- Sodium and phosphate are involved in the regulation of extracellular fluid and pH
- Sulfate ions are involved in detoxification, especially the conjugation of toxins
- Sodium plays a key role in fluid balance and is required for bile production
- The phosphate buffer system is one of the body’s important mechanisms for maintaining intracellular acid-base balance in which sodium monohydrogen phosphate and sodium dihydrogen phosphate act as efficient buffers in acid and alkaline conditions respectively
- Sulfur compounds are involved in phase II detoxification (conjugation), where they render metabolites more water-soluble, thereby inactivating them and facilitating their excretion in the bile, faeces or urine
- Sodium is required for bile production, and is incorporated into the conjugation products of several bile salts
- Sulfate is a structural component of many glycosaminoglycans, proteoglycans, glycolipids and glycoproteins and as such, is a stabiliser of connective tissue contributing to its strength, elasticity and hydration
- Sulfated glycosaminoglycan production is important in injury and wound repair
Dosage & warnings
Adults and children over 12 years: 1 tablet 3 times daily with meals
Children under 12 years: As professionally prescribed
Only take as directed.
This product is listed with the TGA - AustL 20308. The TGA publishes product info, including excipients under the "Other ingredients" subheading (not typically listed on the product label). Download the TGA public summary below.