Dioralyte Natural
Dioralyte Natural

Dioralyte Natural sachets (pack of 6)


• Sachets of oral electrolyte powder
• Provides a fast and effective replacement of water and salts
• Available in natural flavour

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    Dioralyte helps by replacing fluids and salts which are lost when you suffer from diarrhoea.

    The powder contains glucose and salts such as sodium chloride and is mixed with water before taking.


    Dioralyte must be mixed with water before taking and needs to be prepared just before the medicine is due to be taken.

    Use fresh drinking water for adults and children over 1. Always use freshly boiled and cooled water for babies aged 3 months to 1 year.

    Please read the patient information leaflet provided with the treatment for instructions on how to prepare the drink.

    Adults (including elderly) – take 1 or 2 sachets after each stool.

    Children – take 1 sachet after each stool

    For babies up to 2 years old – this medicine should only be given under the guidance of a doctor.

    If you are also suffering from vomiting, take the medicine in small and frequent sips.



    Do not take Dioralyte if:
    • you are allergic to glucose, sodium chloride or any of the other ingredients of Dioralyte.
    • Your bowel is partially or fully blocked

    If unsure, please always consult your pharmacist or doctor before use.


    • Throw away any remaining drink after 1 hour or 24 hours if stored in the fridge.

    • Store under 25°C and in original package in order to protect from moisture.

    • Keep out of reach and sight of children.

    • Contains glucose

    • For further information on this product, please refer to the product packaging or leaflet provided with this medication.

Although all of our content is written and reviewed by healthcare professionals, it should not be substituted for or used as medical advice. If you have any questions about your health, please speak to your doctor.

Authored Jul 26, 2021 by Joseph Issac, MPharm
Reviewed Jun 07, 2022 by Prabjeet Saundh, MPharm