Enterosgel FAQs: Intestinal Adsorbent Properties and Usage

When should I take Enterosgel?

It is advisable to begin taking Enterosgel at the onset of illness for optimal results.

How should I take Enterosgel?

Enterosgel is best taken orally 1-2 hours before or after meals or medications. You can either swallow it with water or dilute it in half a glass of water.

What is the GMDN classification for Enterosgel?

Enterosgel is categorized as a mineral-based gastrointestinal detoxifier with the GMDN code 47168.

What is the intended purpose of Enterosgel?

Enterosgel serves as an intestinal adsorbent designed to bind toxins, harmful substances, pathogens, and allergens in the gastrointestinal tract to facilitate their elimination from the body.

Is Enterosgel supplied in a sterilized manner?

No, Enterosgel is not supplied in a sterilized form.

Is Enterosgel considered an active device?

No, Enterosgel is not classified as an active device.

Does Enterosgel contain any material of microbial, recombinant, genetically modified, human, or animal origin?

No, Enterosgel does not contain any material or ingredients of these origins.

Is Enterosgel medicated?

No, Enterosgel is not medicated.

What are the properties of Enterosgel?

Enterosgel’s bactericidal properties stem from its ability to bind and eliminate pathogens from the bloodstream, along with their metabolites and decomposition products.

Does Enterosgel bind essential substances for human life?

No, Enterosgel does not bind minerals or vitamins necessary for human life.

How does Enterosgel appear?

Enterosgel is characterized by a porous, globular sponge-like structure, primarily with an average pore diameter. This structural feature enables the binding and removal of toxic substances with a molecular weight of 70-1000 Da, such as protein metabolites, bilirubin, cholesterol, urea, and creatinine, while maintaining high biocompatibility.