Antacid containing alkaline salts. Helps in the development and maintenance of bones.

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Natural Product Number (Licence)

NPN: 80042671

Medicinal ingredients

1 Tablet (= 560 mg) Contains  
Calcium carbonate201.7mg
Sodium bicarbonate160mg
Magnesium carbonate120mg
Sodium phosphate, monobasic20mg
Potassium bicarbonate20mg
Zinc 0.25mg

Dosage and administration

Adults: 2-4 tablets 1 to 3 times a day. The tablets should be taken with plenty of water. Take with food.


Do not use if you are pregnant or on a low salt diet.

Avoid taking any medications within two hours before or after taking this product. Due to possible interactions, a time interval between the intake of BASENTABS pH-balance PASCOE® and other medications could be necessary. Consult your health care practitioner if you are taking other medications. Do not take for more than two weeks, or if symptoms recur, unless directed by a doctor. Individuals with kidney disease should not take this product except on the advice of a doctor. Some people may experience diarrhea.

Side effects/Interactions

None Known.

How to use the pH test strip

Collect fresh urine in a clean container. Tear off a test strip with dry fingers. Dip the test strip into the urine for 1 second, pull out, and shake off surplus liquid. The test strip changes colour depending on the pH-value on the moistened patch. Compare the colour with the colour scale within 2 minutes. Read the value, which is closest to the colouring of the test strip (reading accuracy: ± 0.1 pH). Dispose used test strip in the garbage. Your pH at particular times of the day should fall within the range given in the graphic. However, to evaluate the results of this test and how it relates to your acidity please consult a qualified health care professional.


How supplied

100 tablets or 200 tablets. Each package also comes with 21 pH test strips.



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