Septilin Review | Ingredients, Dose, Uses Remedy for Infections

Septilin is a potent anti-infective medicine from the Himalayas drug company, useful for both kids and adults.

It is available in both syrup and tablet for and I would suggest syrup for kids and elderly people. For adults, tablets would be economical.

My introduction to septilin

I once suffered from a strange fever (viral) for a couple of days. I tried paracetamol and then antibiotics to relieve the fever.

But, the suffering was long with changes in stools, body energy, etc. I was fragile and even loose stools set in. Finally, I began to recover, but it was not complete.

Interestingly my two kids and even my wife suffered the same fever, and the whole family was weak.

We consulted a few doctors, and one of the physicians who work as deputy surgeons in a government hospital recommended septilin from Himalaya for complete recovery.

Since I am of a pharmacy background, I tested it and it became my favorite medicine for the whole family.

After taking it twice a day, I felt better and got completely cured of the remaining infection in two days.

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Whenever there are little infection symptoms, I rely on it and it gives faster relief.

If you wish to avoid frequent use of antibiotics to your kids and family, I would advise trying septilin once.

Even if you are on antibiotics, add septilin to treatment, you will notice excellent results.

Septilin Indications and my experience.

As per the company and also my observation, it is good for

  1. Upper respiratory tract infections. This could mean cold, nose and even throat infections. If it is severe, then add Himalaya bresol medicine too as a combination.
  2. Mild fever as it is a natural antipyretic. This means it could reduce body fever.
  3. For Ear pain, it helps relieve infection, secretion from the ear.
  4. Antibiotic resistance, i.e., it prevents the resistance of microbes to antibiotics.
  5. Blood infections, dental, skin and eye infections.

As per my usage, it worked well to relieve the rumbling sound in the breath.

This happens when phlegm is present in the wind tract.

This could be a blessing for those who suffer from frequent respiratory infections in winter due to dust pollution.

If the symptoms are mild, septilin would be fine. If severe, septilin, along with anti-infective drugs like antibiotics, would do well.

Septlin ingredients

It is made of multiple natural herbs like

Sl.NoIngredientUse or role
1Maharasnadi quathIs an anti-inflammatory drug
2Rubia cordifolia (manjishta)Is a potent blood detoxifier.
3Tinospora cordifolia (Guduchi)anti-infective.
4Trikatufor respiratory health
5Inula racemosa (Puskarmool)Expectorant, anti-infective, febrifuge
6Emblica Officinalis (Gooseberry)Immune booster
7Glycyrrhiza glabra (licorice)For bronchitis, throat infections, etc.
8GuggulFor urinary tract infection, arthritis.

The first and last components are immunomodulatory, i.e., they strengthen the body’s immune defense naturally. In comparison, the second component benefits the skin.

They together provide immunity, antioxidants, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.

The dosage of septilin syrup

The recommended dose is 10ml twice a day for adults and 5ml twice a day for children. When our children of age 2 and four years old fell sick with recurring fevers.

We used to give them septilin and it seems to inhibit the full-fledged progression of the infection. But still, consider this based on a doctor’s suggestion.

If it is a tablet, initially two tablets twice a day for two days and then one tablet twice a day till relief is advised for adults.

For children who can swallow, one tablet twice a day is sufficient.

Uses and benefits of septilin

  • Septilin syrup is sweet in taste. So administering to the children is easy as they will like to drink it.
  • Also, it helps improve immunity in them and there may not be a need to go for anti-infectives or antibiotics for a simple cough, throat pain, and light fever.
  • The primary indication as per the company is to fight infections. But septilin seems to work for blood, respiratory, ear throat and other infections.
  • It may also be an excellent natural remedy to counter antibiotic resistance.
  • If one has frequent respiratory or other infections, septilin could be a beneficial drug. Besides, those exposed to air pollution could benefit from it.


Can we take it with antibiotics?

Yes, you can take septilin with antibiotics.
I would even recommend it as it helps boost your immunity against microbes. Maybe it can help avoid the development of antibiotic resistance too.

How to take Himalaya septilin tablets

One can start with two tablets once in the morning and evening after having some food.
After two to three days, the dose can be reduced to one tablet twice a day until free from the symptoms of infection

Is septilin safe during breastfeeding

Yes, it is safe during breastfeeding and it does not affect the baby or mother in a negative way.

Since the dose is low and most of the ingredients are digestible, the chances of passing into the baby during breastfeeding are limited.

Even, if passed it should not affect the baby as the ingredients are natural and short living. Still, you can contact Himalaya customer care for it.

Further, it helps relieve symptoms in the mother fast and ensures health for both.

What is Himalaya septilin used for

It is used for throat pain, respiratory infections, ear pain, viral and other infections.

Is septilin effective for swine flu

It should be effective as it helps boost immunity. But I do not have personal experience of it in swine flu.

Can septilin be taken with homeopathy?

Yes, one can take it with homeopathy. This is because the homeopathic system works quite differently. But, I would advise you to inform your homeopathic doctor about its use.

Also, check out other natural remedies like itone for eye strain, pilex for fistula, or piles.

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