A solution if you struggle to take your medicines
It can be quite difficult to swallow medication. At minimum of three in ten people face this problem, and this does not just concern children and elderly people. Medication Intake Problems (MIP) is a general term for issues with swallowing medication. It affects all ages and both men and women. It is not that unusual and can be related to the sickness itself. Sort throats or oral pain, for example, can make swallowing particularly difficult.
In a lot of cases, medication intake problems are simply down to the medicine itself. Tablets and capsules are sometimes rough, have a bad taste and can be big. This can be a problem, particularly if the medication has to be taken on a regular basis or if numerous medicines have to be taken at the same time. Chewing on them will give you a horrible taste in the mouth. That is why not everyone can just easily swallow their medicines with a glass of water.
Due to these medication intake problems, often people don't take their medication. Or they open up their capsules or crush their tablets. Usually without telling their doctor or pharmacist. In most cases, this is not a good idea and can sometimes be quite dangerous. People often try to use yoghurt or similar desserts to help swallow their tablets. Taking medication in combination with food like yoghurt, can seriously change the effect of the medication taken.
Gloup is the first product that really helps patients with MIP, suitable from the age of two and for all solid medicines, including tablets, capsules, vitamins and nutritional supplements. A practical solution, as simple as it is effective.
The product Gloup® is a patented universal gel that makes solid medicines easier to swallow. The gel is not a remedy in itself, but is very effective in combination with the medicine you are taking!