Eno is an antacid powder which is mixed with water to produce a sparkling antacid drink for the temporary relief of heartburn & acid indigestion caused by too much food and/or drink.
Eno comes in 2 popular flavours, Regular and Lemon, and in a 200g size.
Active Ingredients: Each 5grams contains:
Regular - sodium bicarbonate 2.32g, sodium carbonate 0.50g and citric acid anhydrous 2.18g
Lemon - sodium bicarbonate 2.29g, sodium carbonate 0.50g and citric acid anhydrous 2.16g
I am on a low sodium diet? How much sodium is in these products?
Eno Regular – A single dose (5g) of Eno contains 37.0mmol (852mg) of sodium which should be taken into account by those on a restricted sodium diet.
Eno Lemon – A single dose (5g) of Eno contains 36.7mmol (843mg) of sodium which should be taken into account by those on a restricted sodium diet.
What flavour does it contain?
Eno Regular – No flavour.
Eno Lemon – Lemon 51/416 and Lime 51/181.
Does Eno contain gluten?
Does Eno contain lactose?
Does Eno contain sugar or sweetener?
Eno Regular – No.
Eno Lemon – contains saccharin sodium.
What colouring agents are used?
Does it contain a preservative?
Can I take Eno during pregnancy?
Yes it can be taken as directed during pregnancy.
Where can I purchase Eno?
Eno is available from both your supermarket and pharmacy.
Consumer Medicine Information: Use only as directed. If symptoms persist see your doctor. A single dose (5g) of Eno contains 852mg (Regular) and 843mg (Lemon) of sodium which should be taken into account by those on a sodium restricted diet. GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare, Auckland, New Zealand.
Eno is a registered trade mark of the GlaxoSmithKline group of companies.