INDIGESTION RELIEF TABLETS

Active substance: SILICONE ANTIFOAM M30

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Carton

8318

2744845

Perrigo, Braunton

15/01/14

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1

70x20x84mm (C110)

DH

1326

Cutter

Varnish

Braille

Pantone 185 c

Pantone 298 c

Pantone 188 c

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Black

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Galpharm Peppermint Antacid Tablets 80s - Project Plantation

What is in this medicine?

Each tablet contains the active ingredient:
calcium carbonate 500 mg.
The other ingredients are:
sucrose, maize starch, calcium stearate,
peppermint oil and sodium saccharin.

tablets

Storage

Keep all medicines out of the reach and sight
of children.
Do not use this medicine after the expiry date
printed on the pack.
Do not store above 25°C.

• Indigestion • Dyspepsia
• Flatulence • Heartburn

For effective relief of

80

2744845

EXP:

B/N:

Your antacid medicine is for the relief of
Please see your doctor or pharmacist before taking
indigestion, heartburn, dyspepsia, acidity
this medicine if you:
and flatulence.
• are pregnant
• have diabetes
How to take this medicine
• have an intolerance to some sugars.
To be sucked or chewed as preferred.
If you are taking any of the following medicines
Adults, the elderly and children over 12
please see your doctor:
years: 1 or 2 tablets, as required. Do not take
• tetracycline antibiotics (e.g. sumycin and tetracyn)
more than 16 tablets in any 24 hour period.
• bisphosphonates, a group of medicines used to treat
Do not give to children under 12 years.
bone diseases (e.g. etidronate and pamidronate)
• thiazide diuretics, sometimes called water tablets,
DO NOT EXCEED THE STATED DOSE.
which are medicines used to treat high blood pressure
If your symptoms persist or worsen, you must
and fluid retention (e.g. chlortalidone and metolazone).
see a doctor or pharmacist. If you take too
many tablets by mistake, contact your doctor Each tablet contains 615 mg of sucrose. If you have
been told by your doctor that you have an intolerance to
or pharmacist straight away.
some sugars, contact your doctor before taking this
Is this medicine suitable for you?
medicinal product. This should be taken into account in
patients with diabetes.

Do not take this medicine if you:
• are allergic to calcium carbonate or any of
the other ingredients
• have kidney problems, including kidney stones
• have an overactive parathyroid gland
• have heart problems and are taking medicines
called cardiac glycosides (e.g. digoxin)
• are on a low phosphate diet
• have been told by your doctor that you have
high levels of calcium in your blood
• have Zollinger-Ellison syndrome (a tumour
in the stomach that causes excess acid
production)
• are under 12 years of age.

Who makes this medicine?

The Marketing Authorisation holder and
manufacturer is Wrafton Laboratories Ltd.,
Braunton, Devon, EX33 2DL, United Kingdom.
Distributed by Galpharm International Ltd.,
South Yorkshire S75 4LS.
Text Revised: January 2014. PL 12063/0011

Possible side effects

Most people do not have any side effects while taking
this medicine. However, if you experience any of the
following side effects, or anything else unusual happens,
stop taking the medicine immediately, and see your
doctor or pharmacist.
Rare side effects are: constipation, passing wind
(flatulence), fatigue, confusion, poor appetite, feeling sick
or being sick as these may be signs of changes in the
amount of calcium and the pH (measure of acidity or
alkalinity) of your blood (this is only seen after regular
use), heartburn (acid rebound).

Galpharm Peppermint Antacid Tablets 80s - Project Plantation
Pantone 185 c
Carton
2744845

Perrigo, Braunton

15/01/14

N/A

1

1326

Pantone 188 c

Yellow

Black

N/A

70x20x84mm (C110)

DH

Pantone 298 c

8318

Cutter

Varnish

Braille

Carton

8318

2744845

Perrigo, Braunton

15/01/14

N/A

1

70x20x84mm (C110)

DH

1326

Cutter

Varnish

Braille

Pantone 185 c

Pantone 298 c

Pantone 188 c

Yellow

Black

N/A

Galpharm Peppermint Antacid Tablets 80s - Project Plantation

What is in this medicine?

Each tablet contains the active ingredient:
calcium carbonate 500 mg.
The other ingredients are:
sucrose, maize starch, calcium stearate,
peppermint oil and sodium saccharin.

tablets

Storage

Keep all medicines out of the reach and sight
of children.
Do not use this medicine after the expiry date
printed on the pack.
Do not store above 25°C.

• Indigestion • Dyspepsia
• Flatulence • Heartburn

For effective relief of

80

2744845

EXP:

B/N:

Your antacid medicine is for the relief of
Please see your doctor or pharmacist before taking
indigestion, heartburn, dyspepsia, acidity
this medicine if you:
and flatulence.
• are pregnant
• have diabetes
How to take this medicine
• have an intolerance to some sugars.
To be sucked or chewed as preferred.
If you are taking any of the following medicines
Adults, the elderly and children over 12
please see your doctor:
years: 1 or 2 tablets, as required. Do not take
• tetracycline antibiotics (e.g. sumycin and tetracyn)
more than 16 tablets in any 24 hour period.
• bisphosphonates, a group of medicines used to treat
Do not give to children under 12 years.
bone diseases (e.g. etidronate and pamidronate)
• thiazide diuretics, sometimes called water tablets,
DO NOT EXCEED THE STATED DOSE.
which are medicines used to treat high blood pressure
If your symptoms persist or worsen, you must
and fluid retention (e.g. chlortalidone and metolazone).
see a doctor or pharmacist. If you take too
many tablets by mistake, contact your doctor Each tablet contains 615 mg of sucrose. If you have
been told by your doctor that you have an intolerance to
or pharmacist straight away.
some sugars, contact your doctor before taking this
Is this medicine suitable for you?
medicinal product. This should be taken into account in
patients with diabetes.

Do not take this medicine if you:
• are allergic to calcium carbonate or any of
the other ingredients
• have kidney problems, including kidney stones
• have an overactive parathyroid gland
• have heart problems and are taking medicines
called cardiac glycosides (e.g. digoxin)
• are on a low phosphate diet
• have been told by your doctor that you have
high levels of calcium in your blood
• have Zollinger-Ellison syndrome (a tumour
in the stomach that causes excess acid
production)
• are under 12 years of age.

Who makes this medicine?

The Marketing Authorisation holder and
manufacturer is Wrafton Laboratories Ltd.,
Braunton, Devon, EX33 2DL, United Kingdom.
Distributed by Galpharm International Ltd.,
South Yorkshire S75 4LS.
Text Revised: January 2014. PL 12063/0011

Possible side effects

Most people do not have any side effects while taking
this medicine. However, if you experience any of the
following side effects, or anything else unusual happens,
stop taking the medicine immediately, and see your
doctor or pharmacist.
Rare side effects are: constipation, passing wind
(flatulence), fatigue, confusion, poor appetite, feeling sick
or being sick as these may be signs of changes in the
amount of calcium and the pH (measure of acidity or
alkalinity) of your blood (this is only seen after regular
use), heartburn (acid rebound).

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Source: Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency

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