Saguna Silicol Gel heartburn acid reflux flatulence irritable bowel syndrome IBS

Saguna Silicol Gel heartburn acid reflux flatulence irritable bowel syndrome IBS

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Silicol®gel contains silicic acid in a colloidal (highly dispersible) form that is taken orally to treat gastrointestinal disorders such as heartburn, acid reflux, flatulence and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)


It has the ability to bind to a variety of harmful and toxic substances, including pathogens and form a protective coat on the lining of the digestive tract

Silicol®gel has been proven to normalise the function of the stomach and bowel quickly and without side effects


Silicol gel is an oral gel containing colloidal silicic acid for the treatment of upper gastrointestinal disorders. Taken 3 times a day it helps manage symptoms and provides relief for gastrointestinal discomfort. Its therapeutic action is due to the large and reactive surface of colloidal silicic acid and its ability to act as an adsorbent. 

After silicol gel is swallowed, it forms a protective and soothing coating over the lining of the stomach and intestines. Due to the adsorptive and binding qualities of colloidal silicic acid, it physically attracts and adsorbs most irritants, toxins and pathogens. This renders them harmless so that they can be removed naturally through the intestines and out of the body. 

Silicic acid can also bind gases and reduce excess acidity. Silicol gel is suitable for adults and children over 12 who are suffering from gastrointestinal disorders. 

A certified Medical Device, silicol gel has no known side effects and can be used safely alongside other medication. To treat gastrointestinal disorders, take one tablespoon (15ml) of silicol gel three times daily, preferably before mealtimes. After acute symptoms ease, treatment is recommended for another few days. For chronic conditions, treat for up to four weeks and then take a break to re-assess symptoms.