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Hydralyte Colour Free Lemonade Electrolyte Ice Blocks helps replace water and electrolytes lost due to vomiting, diarrhoea, heavy sweating, vigorous exercise and other dehydrating conditions.
Hydralyte may be taken on the first signs of fluid loss due to vomiting and diarrhoea. Hydralyte may also be taken to help manage dehydration caused by heavy sweating, vigorous exercise, excess alcohol consumption, or due to a hot or dry environment.
1. Place Hydralyte Ice Blocks in the freezer. 2. When frozen cut open one end with clean scissors. 3. Push the frozen Hydralyte Ice Block from the uncut end. 4. Suck small amounts until consumed. USAGE ADVICE Hydralyte Ice Blocks may be consumed unfrozen, however, Hydralyte Ready to Use Solution is more convenient as a drink. Recommended dosage for dehydration due to vomiting and diarrhoea: Age in years: Under 12 months, Recommended dosage: 1 x ice block every 60 mins, Max Ice Blocks per day: 16. Age in years: 1-3 years, Recommended dosage: 1 x ice block every 60 mins, Max Ice Blocks per day: 24. Age in years: 3-6 years, Recommended dosage: 1 x ice block every 30 mins, Max Ice Blocks per day: 32. Age in years: 6-12 years, Recommended dosage: 2 x ice block every 30 mins, Max Ice Blocks per day: 43. Age in years: 12-Adult, Recommended dosage: 3 x ice block every 30 mins, Max Ice Blocks per day: 64.
Ingredients Per Dose
Active Ingredients: Sodium Chloride: 2.5mg/mL. Potassium Citrate (Monohydrate): 2.2mg/mL. Citric Acid Monohydrate: 4.8mg/mL. Glucose (Monohydrate): 16mg/mL. Contains: Purified Water, Carmellose Sodium, Natural Flavour, Sucralose, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate.
Dehydration due to other conditions. Drink Hydrate when thirsty or exhibiting the signs of dehydration. If signs of dehydration persist, consult your healthcare professional.