Hydralyte Orange Flavoured Electrolyte Ice Block 62.5 Ml 16 Pack


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When children and adults are sick and suffering from nausea, sucking slowly on the frozen Ice Blocks makes it easier to rehydrate. One advantage of Hydralyte IceBlocks is that children think of them more as a frozen treat rather than a medicine. Hydralyte Electrolyte Ice Blocks are suitable for the entire family, including babies, pregnant and breastfeeding mothers. 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.

Directions for Use
1. Place Hydralyte Ice Blocks in the freezer.
2. When frozen cut one end with clean scissors.
3. Push the frozen Hydralyte Ice Block from the cut end.
4. Suck small amounts until consumed.

Sodium Chloride
Potassium Citrate (Monohydrate)
Citric Acid (Monohydrate)
Glucose (Monohydrate)
This product also contains: Purified water, carmellose sodium, orange colour (110), natural flavour, sucralose, potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate.

Contraindications & Cautions
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. Be aware that dehydration due to vomiting or diarrhoea can be dangerous in babies and children under 5 years old and in elderly. Use only as directed & always read the label.


Seek medical advice if vomiting or 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 in children over 6 years & adults.

Contains 54mg of potassium per 62.5mL Ice Block.

Contains 77mg of sodium per 62.5mL Ice Block. Quantity of sodium per maximum daily dose is 4.9g.

Contains: Sugars, sucralose, Sodium benzoate, Potassium sorbate.

Use as directed. If symptoms persist, consult your healthcare practitioner.