Benefits Ancinil Syrup:
Ancinil is herbal antacid. When consumed before a meal it coats the stomach lining preventing harmful ingredients from corroding it. This does not allow acidity to take place.
It promotes easy breakdown of carbohydrates and proteins facilitating better digestion which can even help in weight reduction.
Gas present in the abdomen can cause a lot of pain and discomfort. Ancinil syrup helps the passage of gas and relieves any abdominal discomfort.
Ancinil prevents indigestion; in the long run prolonged indigestion can lead to gastritis, this can also be caused due to alcohol consumption and eating unhealthy food. Ancinil ensures this does not happen.
This is a sugar free supplement safe for consumption even by diabetics.
5-10 ml, 2-3 times a day or as directed by your physician
Directions of use: Consume before meals for best results
Can Ancilin be consumed by anyone?
Yes. Ancilin is sugar-free and 100% natural making it suitable for anyone to consume.
Does Ancilin syrup have any side effects?
This is an all-natural remedy that works as a supplement and prevents the digestive system from deteriorating. It does not have any side effects, however, in case of any family history of allergies, please consult your doctor before use.
Will Ancilin stop the pain from gastrointestinal problems?
Yes. The herbal ingredients contained in this formulation act as an anesthetic and provide from the stomach with instant relief from burning and pain due to gastritis or any other problems.
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