Melafibre (dandelion, aloe, elm) oral solution 300 ml. vial


For regular transit of intestinal contents and balance of intestinal microflora.
Melafibre – Recommended as a liquid dietary supplement for chronic constipation; promotes regular transit of intestinal contents; normalizes the balance of intestinal microflora.


Melafibre composition
In 15 ml oral solution:

  • lactulose solution 4 g;
  • fructooligosaccharides (FOS) 4 g;
  • liquid extract of the roots of Taraxacum officinalе Weber (dandelion) 37.5 mg;
  • Aloe vera L. (aloe) juice liquid extract 37.5 mg;
  • liquid extract of bark Ulmus campestris L. (elm) 37.5 mg;
  • vitamin B1 (thiamine hydrochloride) 1.21 mg;
  • vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride) 1.21 mg;
  • inulin 4 mg.

Additional substances: sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate, citric acid, polysorbate 20, sucralose, sorbic acid, sodium saccharinate, water, glycerin.

Release form
Oral solution.

Nutritional (food) and energy value (calorie content)
Proteins – 0 g, fats – 0 g, carbohydrates – 32.1 g.

Energy value per 100 ml of product: 711 kJ / 171 kcal.

For regular transit of intestinal contents and balance of intestinal microflora.
Melafibre – Recommended as a liquid dietary supplement for chronic constipation; promotes regular transit of intestinal contents; normalizes the balance of intestinal microflora.

Indications for use
Melafibre can be recommended by a doctor as an additional source of biologically active substances of plant origin as part of complex therapy for:

  • Regulating the process of cleaning the intestines with constipation.
  • Softening of stool with hemorrhoids or after operations on the large intestine and anorectal area.
  • With portosystemic hepatic encephalopathy.
  • Intestinal dysbiosis.
  • To combat bacterial carriers after salmonellosis.
  • With putrid dyspepsia syndrome.

General characteristics of active ingredients of Melafibre :

  • Lactulose: synthetic disaccharide derived from lactose. It causes a hyperosmotic laxative effect, stimulates intestinal peristalsis, improves the absorption of phosphates and calcium and magnesium salts, promotes the excretion of ammonium ions.
    Lactulose, unlike lactose, is completely not absorbed in the human intestine, since a person does not have enzymes capable of hydrolyzing it. Due to this, lactulose increases the osmotic pressure in the intestine and causes the passage of water into the intestinal lumen, rarefaction and increase in stool volume, stimulates peristalsis and, thereby, provides a laxative effect. Lactulose also increases the secretion of bile into the lumen of the small intestine, similar to other osmotic laxatives such as magnesium sulfate. In addition, lactulose, when it reaches the large intestine unchanged, is captured and metabolized by bacteria in the large intestine capable of assimilating it. In this case, the products of the bacterial metabolism of lactulose shift the pH of the medium in the colon to the acidic side, suppressing the growth and reproduction of pathogenic microorganisms, the processes of putrefaction and the formation of toxic products of putrefaction of proteins, in particular, ammonia, preventing its absorption.
    Lactulose contributes to the balance of intestinal flora. After oral administration, no more than 3% of the dose taken is absorbed and enters the systemic circulation, completely excreted unchanged within 24 hours.
  • Fructooligosaccharides (FOS): These are prebiotics (fructose and glucose) that are linked together in chains. Easily soluble in water, do not crystallize.
    People do not have an enzyme that can break down FOS. Therefore, they, like fiber, pass intact through the upper part of the digestive tract. Digestion begins only in the large intestine, where bacteria and essential enzymes begin to break down FOS and use them as food for themselves. Thus, fructooligosaccharides serve as a “fertilizer” for some strains of beneficial bacteria, increase the growth of bifidobacteria living in the intestine, while inhibiting the growth of potentially harmful bacteria. The influence of beneficial intestinal microflora extends not only within the colon. The performance of the immune system, the correct functioning of the digestive organs, the health of the epithelium, the suppression of pathogenic microflora, the elimination of toxins and toxins, heavy metal salts, and the normalization of hormonal balance depend on these microorganisms. FOS promotes the absorption of magnesium and calcium, which is important for maintaining mineral balance. This ability of FOS is certainly important for women after menopause, as they are at risk of developing osteoporosis and increased bone fragility.
  • Inulin: an oligosaccharide that is not digested by the enzymes of the human digestive system. Has probiotic activity against almost all types of intestinal microflora, contributes to its balance. Due to the hydrolysis of inulin, fructose is formed, which, in addition to stimulating the growth and activity of bifido-lactoflora, increases the absorption of calcium in the large intestine, affects lipid metabolism, reduces the risk of atherosclerotic changes in the cardiovascular system and prevents the development of diabetes mellitus.
  • Ulmus campestris L. (elm bark): tree, belongs to the elm family. Elm contains active ingredients such as ulmin, olmotanin, phytosterol. It helps to eliminate a number of digestive problems associated with constipation, inflammatory reactions in the intestines caused by pathogens, has a pronounced bactericidal, analgesic effect. Reduces irritation of the mucous membrane, has a tonic and softening effect. Thanks to the content of antioxidants, it helps to maintain the immune system and activate metabolic processes in the body. Elm promotes regular transit of intestinal contents.
  • Aloe vera L. (ALOE): a plant native to tropical countries and belonging to the Asphodelic family. Aloe vera juice contains a huge list of macro- and microelements, amino acids, vitamins. Of the 22 amino acids that are involved in the metabolic processes of the human body, 20 are contained in aloe, and 7 of them are irreplaceable. Aloe juice contains hyaluronic acid, thanks to which it can penetrate deeply into the mucous membrane, blood, cleansing the liver, intestines, blood vessels, joints from toxins. It is effective for any intoxication, including medicinal ones. Aloe Vera is a natural antibiotic with bactericidal, antiviral and antifungal properties. The polysaccharide acemannan, which is rich in aloe, stimulates and strengthens the immune system. Aloe extract stimulates contraction of intestinal smooth muscles, improves intestinal peristalsis and enhances the hydration of feces, therefore it is used as a laxative and choleretic, as well as a means to improve digestion.
  • Taraxacum officinale weber (Dandelion): a plant belonging to the Asteraceae family, rich in useful substances – primarily inulin (up to 24%), sucrose (up to 20%), rubber, organic acids, triterpene compounds, flavonoids, a variety of vitamins and microelements, which allows it to physiologically affect the regularity of the transit of intestinal contents. Under the influence of the bitter substances that make up the dandelion root, the secretion of gastric juice and the secretion of bile improves, therefore it is used to eliminate gastritis with low acidity, various diseases of the gallbladder, pancreas and chronic constipation.
  • Vitamin B1 (Thiamin) – is not synthesized in the human body. After phosphorylation into thiamine pyrophosphate, it becomes active as a coenzyme and affects thiamine-dependent enzymes. Among the many functions of regulating metabolism in the body, the main one is maintaining the optimal level of oxidation of metabolic products of carbohydrates, ensuring their complete combustion. Thiamine enhances the conversion of carbohydrates into fats, participates in fat, protein and nitrogen metabolism, promotes the transmission of nervous excitement, affects the function of the digestive system, the activity of the cardiovascular, endocrine and nervous systems.
  • Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) – when it enters the body, it is phosphorylated, as a result of which it is converted into pyridoxal-5-phosphate and is part of the enzymes that decarboxylate and transaminate amino acids. It actively participates in the exchange of tryptophan, methionine, cysteine, glutamic and other amino acids, histamine, the formation of hemoglobin, and fat metabolism.

B vitamins play an important role in cellular metabolism, are responsible for energy metabolism, increase the body’s resistance, ensure the normal functioning of the nervous system and maintain a normal digestive system.

Method of administration and dosage
If the doctor does not mind, you should take 15 ml per day using a special measuring cap. The dietary supplement Melafibre can be used undiluted or with water. Shake well before use.

Galactosemia, intestinal obstruction, hypersensitivity to the active substance or other components of the drug.

It is not recommended to exceed the daily dose. Dietary supplements Melafibre cannot replace a healthy and balanced diet or healthy lifestyle.
In case of renal failure, Crohn’s disease, diabetes mellitus, pregnancy and lactation, consult a doctor before using the drug. Due to the natural origin of some ingredients, serial organoleptic changes are possible, in particular color and sediment formation.

Shelf life
3 years. The batch and expiry date are indicated on the bottom of the box.

Storage conditions
Store Melafibre out of the reach of children under 3 years of age, in a dry and cool place, away from sources of heat, light and moisture. Do not use beyond the expiration date, store container carefully in a tightly closed container. After opening the box, it is recommended to use the drug within 90 days.

Dietary supplement.
Not a drug
Without GMO