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Quick Overview

Effective medicine for all liver disorders. Liver is the largest gland in the human body. It plays a vital role in the proper functioning of body. Malfunctioning of liver causes jaundice, anaemia, swelling of hands and feet, liver enlargement and inflammation, heart burn, poor digestion and urinary bladder irritation. Hepasil contains heptoprotective herbal ingredients that protect the liver from virus and other microbes and excrete toxin from liver.



Silibum marianum 70 mg

Capparis spinusa 50 mg

Chichorium intybus 60 mg

Terminalia arjona 30 mg

Achillea melifolium 40 mg

Solonum nigrum 70 mg

Berberis aristata 50 mg

Tinospra cardifolia 60 mg

Fumeria officinalis 30 mg


Hepasil suspension is indicated as adjunctive therapy in the treatment of liver disease of varying etiologies;

Acute hepatitis, chronic persistent and chronic aggressive hepatitis, cirrhosis of the liver,

fatty liver, toxic or metabolic liver damage.

It has been shown to protect the liver from damage caused by general anesthesia.

Mode of action:

Hepasil restores the functional efficiency of the liver by protecting the hepatic parenchyma

and promoting hepatocellular regeneration.

The antiperoxidative activity of hepasil prevents the loss of functional integrity of the cell

membrane, maintains cytochrome p-450, hastens the recovery period and ensures

early restoration of hepatic functions in infective hepatitis.

Hepasil facilitates rapid elimination of acetaldehyde, the toxic intermediate metabolite of

alcohol metabolism, and ensures protection from alcohol-induced hepatic damage.

Hepasil diminishes the lipotropic activity in chronic alcoholism, and prevents fatty

infiltration of the liver.

In pre-cirrhotic conditions, hepasil arrests the progress of the disease and prevents further

liver damage.

As a daily health supplement, hepasil improves appetite, the digestion and assimilation

processes, and promotes weight gain.

Clinical pharmacology:

Hepasil acts by stabilizing liver cell membranes, thereby reducing their permeability to

certain toxic substances.

This stabilization may occur as the result of competitive inhibition between hepasil and

hepatoxic substances at the level of the cell membrance.

The results of pharmacological testing indicate that hepasil protects liver cells from

damage induced by agents ( alcohol, carbon tetrachloride, general anesthetics)

known to have destructive effects on liver cells.

Published clinical data demonstrate that hepasil is safe, and well tolerated.

When administered as adjunctive thereapy to patients with a variety of liver diseases,

hepasil improves clinical and biochemical parameters.


" viral hepatitis

 " jaundice

" anaemia

" liver cirrhosis

" heartburn

" hepatic dyspepsia

" dull pain in r.H.C painful & tenderness.

" Enlargement of liver and spleen

" loose motions with blood

" Odema & ascities


Hepasil is contraindicated in individuals with a hypersensitivity to the product,

or when mechanical obstacles are present in the biliary tracts.


No conditions have been encountered which would preclude the administration of hepasil.

Pregnancy and lactation:

Hepasil has not been reported to alter normal pregnancy, and there has been no evidence of embryo toxicity.

There is no evidence of impaired development of the breast-fed infant.

Adverse reactions:

Hepasil is normally well tolerated, even when the physician intends to administer it over long periods of time.

At high doses, a slight laxative and diuretic effect may be observed.


Children 5ml (one teaspoonful) and adults 10ml (two teaspoonfuls) thrice a day or as directed by the physician.


Keep in cool and dry place.

Protect from heat and light