Advisory 12 YearsDosage Information
How to take Wind-eze Gel Caps
Adults and children aged 12 years and over:
Swallow 1 capsule with a drink of water 3 or 4 times daily after meals and at bedtime as needed. Not recommended for children under 12 years.
Pregnancy and breast feeding
You can take Wind-eze Gel Caps while pregnant or breast feeding.
Easy to swallow
Fast relief from the pain & discomfort of bloating & trapped wind
Active Ingredient: Each capsule contains Simeticone 125 mg (Activated Dimeticone), Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Glycerol, Titanium Dioxide (E 171) and Purified WaterNet Content
20 x CapsulesProduct Marketing
What Wind-eze Gel Caps do
To relieve the symptoms of stomach pain and bloating due to the presence of trapped wind.
The active ingredient is simeticone, an anti-flatulence medicine, which works by gently dispersing the tiny bubbles of trapped wind, without the risk of embarrassment.
Do not take Wind-eze Gel Caps:
If you are allergic to simeticone or any of the other ingredients (see Further information).
If you use mineral oil (paraffin) based laxatives.
If you are under 12 years.
Take special care with Wind-eze Gel Caps
This medicinal product contains glycerol which is harmful in high doses. It can cause headache, stomach upset and diarrhoea.
Like all medicines, Wind-eze Gel Caps can have side effects, but not everybody gets them. You may experience nausea, constipation or allergic reactions such as skin rash, itchy skin, swelling of the face or tongue or difficulty breathing. If you do get any side effects, take too many tablets or your symptoms persist or get worse, tell your doctor or pharmacist.
Keep out of the reach and sight of children.
Tamper resistant package
If foil on inner package is broken, do not use.
Do not store above 25 C.
Do not use this medicine after the 'Exp' date shown on the pack.
Please Note: Whilst we (Doorstep Pharmacy) make every effort to ensure that all information is up to date, the information shown on this page should not replace the advice of a medical professional, and you should always refer to the patient information leaflet before taking any medication.