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PACK SIZE: (3 x 10 Effervescent Tablets)


Each Effervescent Tablet (1029mg) contains:

N-acetyl-L-cysteine 600mg

Taste: Lemon

Dosage Form: Effervescent Tablet


Adults:  Take 1 tablet once daily after meal.


Dissolve 1 tablet in a glass of water and drink immediately.




Nac 600mg (800x800)2

What is NAC?

N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine (NAC) is a derivative of the dietary amino acid L-cysteine.1

NAC has a high affinity for lung tissue, which it supports through mucolytic and antioxidant action. Due to its sulfur content, NAC is able to disrupt disulfide bonds within mucus, thinning and easing its expulsion.2

NAC is a free radical scavenger and thus supports epithelial cell health and healthy cilia activity in the respiratory tract.3

NAC is also a precursor to the antioxidant glutathione, and supplemental NAC increases tissue levels of glutathione.4 As fundamental components of the immune system, lymphocytes rely on glutathione to function properly. Tissues enhanced with glutathione support overall antioxidant protection and help to maintain a healthy immune response.


What is NAC commonly used for?

Acetylcysteine breaks down and loosens thick phlegm, making it runny and easy to cough up. It helps clear phlegm and liquefy thick and viscous mucus secretion caused by respiratory conditions such as acute bronchitis, chronic bronchitis, cystic fibrosis.

Acetylcysteine is used in the treatment of airway diseases such as bronchitis (inflammation of the mucous membranes in the airways), emphysema, mucoviscidosis (cystic fibrosis) and bronchiectasis (chronic widening of an airway passage).

Doctors use NAC to treat acetaminophen overdose. It may also help break up mucus in people with some lung diseases, like chronic bronchitis.





High strength of NAC , providing 600mg ( Convenient – one dose a day)

Hygienic & Convenient. Our NAC are individually packed. 1 Soluble tablet per pack.

Lemon taste. Nice taste and easy to drink.

Made with high-quality ingredients

Clears up phlegm and liquefy thick viscous mucus

Promotes healthy lung tissue and respiratory function

Supports cellular antioxidant defense system as a radical scavenger that supports glutathione levels in tissues

Helps support tissue detoxification

NAC is particularly suitable for the treatment of acute and chronic affections of the respiratory system, characterized by thick, viscous mucous and mucopurulent secretions.



Treatment of respiratory affections characterized by thick and viscous hypersecretions due to acute bronchitis, chronic bronchitis and its exacerbation, pulmonary emphysema, mucoviscidosis and bronchiectasis.

Lung Health & Respiratory Function Support.



The recommended dose is 1 effervescent tablet once daily. However this may vary due to different conditions.

The common dose of NAC is 600mg -1200mg per day. Please consult your doctor/ pharmacist on the recommended dosage.

Patients who have difficulty coughing up phlegm (elderly and weakened patients), are advised to take the effervescent tablet in the mornings.

Dissolve the effervescent tablet in half a glass of water. Drink the solution immediately.



Acetylcysteine can cause shortness of breath due to muscle cramping of the airways (bronchospasms) especially in patients with asthma. If this occurs, immediately stop the treatment and consult a doctor.

It should be used with caution in asthmatic patients and patients with a history of peptic ulceration especially in case of concomitant administration of other medicines with a known irritating effect on the gastric mucosa.

Patients suffering from bronchial asthma must be strictly monitored during the therapy. Should bronchospasm occur, the treatment must be suspended immediately and appropriate treatment must be initiated.

If you have or have had a peptic ulcer, as NAC 600 mg effervescent tablets may irritate your gastric wall. In particular if you use other drugs known to irritate the gastric wall.

NAC 600mg effervescent tablets are not suitable for use in children and adolescents younger than 18.


Pregnancy/ Lactating

There is limited clinical data relating to women exposed to acetylcysteine during pregnancy/lactating.

As a precautionary measure, it is preferable to avoid use of Acetylcysteine during pregnancy/lactating.