Acute diarrhoeas are ascribable to germs (salmonellas, colibacillus), parasites (amoebas) or to viruses (enteroviruses); they can last from one to seven days (or sometimes more). They can be caught by the ingestion of infected food or water. Beyond the discomfort that acute diarrhoea can cause, the risk of dehydration is the principal danger particularly for the fragile people and infants.

Chronic diarrhoeas are characterized by the frequent emission of liquid faeces (or very soft stools) over rather long periods going from eight to twenty days and even more. Several causes can be at the source of the chronic diarrhoea condition:

  • Lesion of the intestinal wall due to an inflammation or a tumour
  • Insufficient or poor absorption of food (intolerance to gluten)
  • Hyperactivity of the intestinal transit (often caused by a hyperthyroidosis)
  • Pathological secretion of the intestinal epithelium (mucous enteritis)

In the cases of chronic diarrhoeas it is important to clearly identify the cause in order to undertake the adapted treatment. The consultation of a physician is advised.

Action of SanDiaril
SanDiaril is composed of specific plants and natural substances, which act on the fabric of the intestinal wall in order to reabsorb the inflammations while reducing the movement of the longitudinal and circular smooth muscles responsible for the peristalsis and the spasms. Certain plants stimulate the absorption of water by intestinal fabric in order to reduce the phenomenon of dehydration and subsequently to increase the density of the stools. Lastly, other plants act by way of disinfectant to fight germs, viruses and parasites.

SanDiaril does not contain any antacid products; it does not modify the acidity balance of the stomach and digestive system.