Enteromint Capsules 500mg-Uses, Dosage, Composition, Side Effects.

Each enteric coated Enteromint capsules contains Peppermint oil 150mg, Neem oil 350mg.

Pharmacological Effects/Action

Peppermint oil induces a dose related antispasmodic effects on the gastrointestinal smooth muscles. Neem oil’s properties as an antiseptic, antifungal, antipyretic and antihistamine


Indicated for the over-the-counter use for the symptomatic relief of minor spasms of the gastrointestinal tract, flatulence and abdominal pain, especially in patients with irritable bowel syndrome.

The temporary relief of the itching associated with insect bites, eczema, minor burns, sunburn, minor skin irritation, minor cuts and other skin disorders.


As advised by your doctor or pharmacist as dosage depends on your clinical condition.

Use in Pregnancy

Peppermint oil has been used to trigger menstruation and should be avoided in pregnancy

Warning and Precautions

Enteromint capsules are likely unsafe when taken by mouth during pregnancy. They can cause miscarriage.

Neem might lower blood pressure. There is a concern that it might interfere with blood sugar control during and after surgery. Stop using neem 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.

Side Effects

Heartburn, allergic reactions including flushing, headache, and mouth sores.