USES: Relieves symptoms of dehydration and helps replace water and electrolytes lost due to vomiting, diarrhoea, heavy sweating, vigorous exercise and occasional hangovers.
Dehydration due to:
Vomiting & Diarrhoea.
Heat & excessive exercise at work.
Signs of mild dehydration
Sticky or dry mouth, increased thirst, lethargy, decreased urine output, dark yellow urine.
No added gluten.
ALLERGEN FREE FROM
AUST L NUMBER
AUST L 327314
Glucose monohydrate 1g. Citric acid monohydrate 300mg. Sodium from Sodium chloride 61.5mg. Potassium from Potassium Citrate 50mg.
Sugars, sucralose, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate.
1. Place Hydralyte Ice Blocks in the freezer. 2. When frozen cut open one end with clean scissors. 3. Push the frozen Hydralyte Ice Block from the uncut end. 4. Suck small amounts until consumed. Hydralyte Ice Blocks may be consumed unfrozen, however, Hydralyte Ready to Use Solution is more convenient as a drink. Age Under 12 months Recommended dosage 1 x Ice block every 60 mins. Max. Ice Blocks per day (tablets) 16. Age 1-3 years Recommended dosage 1 x Ice block every 60 mins. Max. Ice Blocks per day (tablets) 24. Age 3-6 years Recommended dosage 1 x Ice block every 30 mins. Max. Ice Blocks per day (tablets) 32. Age 6-12 years Recommended dosage 2 x Ice block every 30 mins. Max. Ice Blocks per day (tablets) 43. Age 12-Adult Recommended dosage 3 x Ice block every 30 mins. Max. Ice Blocks per day (tablets) 64. For dehydration due to other causes: Drink Hydralyte when thirsty or exhibiting signs of dehydration.
Do not exceed the maximum daily dosage.
Store below 30°C.
Seek medical advice if vomiting or diarrhoea persists for more than: – 6 hours in infants under 6 months – 12 hours in children under 3 years – 24 hours in children aged 3-6 years – 48 hours in children over 6 years & adults Contains 54 mg of potassium per 62.5 mL Ice Block. Contains 77 mg of sodium per 62.5 mL Ice Block. Quantity of sodium per maximum daily dose is 4.9 g. Contains: Sugars, sucralose, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist, consult your healthcare practitioner.