New simethicone with enhanced* formula

When we are concerned about such a delicate problem as flatulence, we think of simethicone. The drug provides an immediate effect by destroying gas bubbles. Simethicone with fennel 300 mg is a new product developed by Evalar, which contains the maximum1 dose of simethicone enhanced* by fennel essential oil, dill extract and vitamin E. These substances increase and expand the drug properties to keep the gastrointestinal tract2 healthy. We offer a full range from extra formulation to the comfortable drug delivery. It is enough to take just 1 capsule per day2, and a package of 60 capsules will last for a long time.

Simethicone is an anti-foaming agent. As we have mentioned above, it destroys gas bubbles that are excreted or absorbed in the intestines3. However, simethicone is not absorbed into the bloodstream and is excreted as an unchanged product. Simethicone neither affects the process of digestion, intestinal microflora and protein, fat or carbohydrate metabolism nor interferes with the absorption of vitamins and minerals. If necessary, simethicone can be used for a long time without side effects3, 4.

Natural plant components of the complex include fennel essential oil, dill extract and vitamin E, which is important to the body. Apart from relieving excess gas these substances improve the health of gastrointestinal tract, have mild antispasmodic effect, as well as treat functional colic, bloated stomach, belching and nausea2.

The capsule shell of our new product is free of titanium dioxide.

Ask for Simethicone with fennel 300 mg in Evalar’s pharmacies and other pharmacies of the country. It is also available on our Web site and on Fitomarket.


*Compared to Simethicone with fennel 80 mg.

1 In the stock list of ZAO Evalar.

2 Confirmed by the Certificate of registration No. AM. of 21.02.2022.

3 A.E. Abaturov, E.A. Agafonova, E.A. Rusakova, L.L. Petrenko. Excess gas syndrome in children // Healthy children. 2012. No. 6 (41), pp. 149–153.

4 P.L. Shcherbakov, S.V. Kashin, I.V. Dvoryakovsky et al. The use of anti-foaming agents in medical practice // Effective pharmacotherapy. Gastroenterology. 2011. No. 4, pp. 48–52.