Unfortunately Zadine Syrup is no longer available.
Zadine Syrup is a non-drowsy medication used to treat those allergic conditions exacerbated by the chemical histamine. In certain conditions, histamine is released from mast cells in the body in response to the presence of allergens. This is because the immune system, having previously become sensitised to an allergen like pollen or dust mites, mistakenly interprets the intruder as a threat. This results in symptoms such as sneezing, red and watery eyes, itchy eyes and nose, and a running nose. These are all characteristic of an allergy like hayfever, which is referred to in medical circles as seasonal allergic rhinitis. Skin irritants such as stings and bites, as well as dermatological disorders like hives ( urticaria ), eczema and contact dermatitis, can all be treated using the antihistamine Zadine.
Zadine Syrup is not recommended for use by children under 6 years of age unless otherwise advised by your doctor or pharmacist.
Children aged between 6 and 12 years take 5ml to 10ml of Zadine Syrup every 12 hours.
Adults take 10ml of Zadine Syrup every 12 hours. After initial relief is obtained, dosage may be reduced to one 10ml daily.
Do not take a double dosage of Zadine Syrup if you forget to take your next dose. If you miss a dose but remember well before you are due to take your next dose then take it as normal. If it is almost time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and take only your next regularly scheduled dose.
Warnings and Precautions:
Maintenance: Keep Zadine Syrup in a cool, dry place. Store below 30 degrees Celsius. Protect from direct sunlight.
Zadine Syrup is a pharmacist only medicine and your pharmacist's advice is required for this product.
You can order this product by following the link below.
We are no longer accepting orders through treatallergies.com, but you can still purchase from us at our main website below. You'll receive the same excellent service, from the same people.
Zadine syrup is manufactured by Schering-Plough Pty Ltd, Auckland, New Zealand.