Aceclofenac is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) used to treat pain and other signs of inflammation. It works by inhibiting the COX (Cyclooxygenase) enzymes which further blocks prostaglandin secretion. Prostaglandins are accountable for producing inflammatory signs and inhibition of prostaglandin aids in providing relief from the symptoms.
Paracetamol has an analgesic (pain killer) and antipyretic (reduce fever) property. It produces analgesia by blocking chemical messengers in the brain that causes pain and show antipyretic activity by acting on the hypothalamus (a gland present in the brain and is responsible for regulating the body temperature).
Serratiopeptidase decreases pain, but by a different mechanism, it mainly prevents the release of pain-producing compound, bradykinin from inflamed tissues. It reduces swelling of infected tissue by draining the fluid from tissue and promote healing of wounds by breaking abnormal proteins present at the site of inflammation.
Adult: 1 Tab twice in a Day
10 strips of 10 tablets