Hydralyte Orange Flavour Electrolyte Powder Sachets

10 x 5g Sachets Per Pack (each sachet makes a 200 mL serve)

Compact and light to carry, Hydralyte Electrolyte Powder sachets are a family first aid necessity. Each pack comes with a convenient 200 mL measuring cup.
$17.50 NZD $14.99 NZD
Hydralyte Orange Flavour Electrolyte Powder Sachets
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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 due to the loss of fluids through heavy sweating. This can be caused by a hot or dry environment, fever or strenuous exercise.

Hydralyte helps to restore fluid lost as a result of the diuretic effect of alcohol and is best taken before you go to bed.

Hydralyte Electrolyte Powder Sachets are suitable for the entire family, including babies, pregnant and breastfeeding mothers.

Mix Hydralyte immediately before required.
Fill measuring cup to the (200mL) graduation line with fresh, cold drinking water. (For babies under 6 months it is recommended that freshly boiled and cooled water be used.)
Empty contents of one sachet into the measuring cup and stir the mixture until the Hydralyte powder has dissolved.
Sip slowly and frequently while symptoms persist.
Discard unused solution after 24 hours.
Avoid mixing Hydralyte powder with cordial, fruit juice, soft drink or sports drink as these can interfere with the rehydration process or worsen the dehydration.

Active ingredients per sachet:

Sodium chloride 
Potassium citrate 
Anhydrous Citric acid 
Anhydrous Glucose 

This product also contains: Orange colour (110), natural flavour and nature identical flavours, sucralose

Seek medical advice if diarrhoea persists for more than:

- 6 hours in infants under 6 months
- 12 hours in children under 3 years
- 24 hours in children aged 3–6 years
- 48 hours for adults and children aged over 6 years

Store below 30°C

Warning contains:
0.86 mg/mL potassium
1.03 mg/mL sodium

Be aware that dehydration due to vomiting or diarrhoea can be dangerous in babies and children under 5 years old and in elderly people

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