Product Description Homoeopathic medicine traditionally used for short-term treatment of acute (i.e. sudden and temporary) diarrhoea.Suitable for ages 6 and over. Ingredients Per tablet: Active Ingredients: Arsenicum album (9C): 1 mg China rubra 5C: 1 mg Podophyllum peltatum 9C: 1 mg Other Ingredients: Sucrose, lactose monohydrate, magnesium stearate Directions for Use and Dosage Suck slowly. Adults and children over 6 years: Take 1 tablet 4 to 6 times a day. Not suitable for children under 6 years due to choking risk. Length of Treatment– After symptoms pass, discontinue use. – Do not use for more than 3 days. – Do not use to treat recurring diarrhoea. – If symptoms persist, consult your doctor. Precautions for Use – Do not use if you are vomiting or have a high fever, or if there is blood in your stools. – Diarrhoea causes the body to lose liquids. Keep yourself suitably hydrated. – If your diarrhoea persists for more than 3 days, consult your doctor. – Contains sucrose. Do NOT use if you are fructose-intolerant, or have glucose-galactose malabsorption or a sucrase-isomaltase deficiency (all of which are rare, inherited disorders). – Contains lactose.Do NOT use if you have galactosaemia, glucose-galactose malabsorption or a lactase deficiency (all of which are rare, inherited disorders). Contra-indications – Do not give to children under 6 years (tablets present a choking risk). – Keep out of reach of children. Pregnancy and Breast-FeedingIf you are pregnant or breast-feeding, consult your doctor or pharmacist before using any form of medicine. Buying this product online at MonCoinSanté Buy with confidence! MonCoinSanté has been licensed by the relevant French authorities – the Ordre National des Pharmaciens and the Agences Régionales de la Santé – to sell medicines over the Internet since 2013. Need advice about Diaralia? This website is managed by a pharmacist who has completed specialised training in homoeopathy. If you have any questions about Diaralia tablets or any other medicine, please do not hesitate to contact us by phone or email. Diarrhoea – Quick Facts – Diarrhoea is defined as frequent stools. If a person produces more than 300 grams in stools per day, they have diarrhoea. – Diarrhoea is often associated with loose, liquid stools. – Diarrhoea has many possible causes – not all of them physical. Mental stress, for example, can upset the body's digestion. – Diet also plays a major part in the development and prevention of diarrhoea. Follow a healthy, balanced diet to reduce your risk. If your symptoms persist even after 3 days' treatment with Diaralia, consult your doctor.