• Potassium and chloride are both essential for the production of gastric acid, and play an important role in digestive function
  • 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
  • Sodium, potassium and chloride are involved in the regulation of water balance
  • Potassium acts with extracellular sodium to maintain normal osmotic pressure and influences the ability of the kidney to correct imbalances with the excretion process
  • The status of chloride channels influences the uptake or loss of water by cells, and hence the regulation of cell volume
  • In the extracellular matrix, sulfated proteoglycans have a strong negative charge attracting cations such as sodium, which in turn attracts water and provides hydration to connective tissue mesh and maintains its integrity
  • Sulfate is a structural component of many glycosaminoglycans, proteoglycans, glycolipids and glycoproteins and as such, is a stabiliser of connective tissue and contributes to its strength, elasticity and hydration
  • Sulfated glycosaminoglycan production is important in injury and wound repair
  • The polysaccharides associated with glycoproteins and glycolipids on the cell surface are often associated with potassium

Dosage & warnings

Adults and children over 12 years: 1 tablet 3 times daily with meals
Children under 12 years: As professionally prescribed

Contains sodium

Only take as directed.


Sodium sulphate anhydrous
equiv. Sodium
195 mg
63.1 mg
Potassium chloride
equiv. Potassium
65 mg
34.1 mg


This product is listed with the TGA - AustL 20302. 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.