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Last reviewed: 11.04.2020

Chilak contributes to the normalization of the intestinal microflora, the pH level, as well as the balance of electrolytes and water in the intestinal lumen. In addition, the drug contributes to the restoration of the damaged epithelial layer in the intestinal wall.

ATC classification

A07FA Противодиарейные препараты биологического происхождения, регулирующие равновесие кишечной микрофлоры

Active ingredients

Субстрат продуктов метаболизма лактобактерий

Indications Hilak

Digestive disorders such as flatulence, diarrhea, constipation, excess bacterial growth syndrome; dysbiosis of the colon; during and after therapy with the use of antibiotics and sulfonamide preparations, as well as radiotherapy; Gastrointestinal disorders due to decreased acidity of gastric juice as an auxiliary therapy in the treatment of chronic allergic disorders, including eczema or urticaria.


Release form

Hilak drops are available in 30-ml vials and 100 ml.


Hilak contains biosynthetic lactate, which contributes to the normalization of bowel functions, which improves the process of assimilation of food, as well as the destruction of pathogenic microflora. The drug includes products of the functioning of E. Coli, as well as streptococcus and lactobacilli, which allows it to favorably affect the intestinal mucosa, restoring a healthy microflora. In addition, Hilak promotes the development of acidophilic microflora that blocks the growth of salmonella - this allows the use of the drug as a component of the complex treatment of salmonella.


The medicine has no systemic effect on the body, because it is not absorbed into the blood, remaining only in the intestinal lumen.


Use Hilak during pregnancy

Hilak is allowed to take during pregnancy.


Contraindicated drug use, if the patient has an individual hypersensitivity to its components.


Side effects Hilak

Of the side effects - in rare cases, there is an allergic reaction.

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Dosing and administration

Hilak must be taken before meals or during it, thrice a day. Before taking it, you need to dissolve the drops in some liquid (but not milk).

The dosage of the medicine depends on the age of the patient:

  • For children over 12 years of age, as well as adults, the dosage is 40-60 caps;
  • Children aged 2-12 years are prescribed 20-40 cap;
  • Newborns and children under 2 years of age can be given 15-30 cap.

After improving the patient's condition, the dose should be reduced by a factor of 2.

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Interactions with other drugs

It is recommended not to take the medicine in combination with antacids, because they can neutralize the effect of lactate.

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Storage conditions

The medicine should be stored at a temperature mode of maximum 25 degrees, in a place closed from the sun.

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Shelf life

Hilak is allowed to be used for 4 years from the date of manufacture.


Pharmacological group

Противодиарейные средства

Pharmachologic effect

Нормализующее микрофлору кишечника препараты


Меркле ГмбХ для "Тева Фармацевтикал Индастриз Лтд", Германия/Израиль


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