Yes, unlike many other low dose aspirin products, Astrix capsules are wholly Australian made and owned.
Astrix capsules come in pack sizes of 28, 84 and 140 capsules.
Astrix capsules are available at Australian pharmacies but should only be taken after seeking advice of your doctor. Your doctor will advise you whether using Astrix capsules as part of an overall program to manage the risk of heart attack or stroke is suitable for you.
Astrix capsules are used to prevent or protect against heart disease and stroke and should only be taken under a doctor’s supervision. Astrix capsules are usually taken for a long period of time. Please visit your doctor on a regular basis to monitor your condition.
Astrix capsules are usually taken for a long period of time as part of an overall program to manage the risk of heart attack or stroke. Your doctor will continue to monitor your condition and advise what is appropriate for you.
Yes. As each pellet in an Astrix capsule has an enteric-coating this helps to prevent aspirin from dissolving in the stomach, thus avoiding stomach upset that can occur more commonly with regular uncoated aspirin. However, we do recommend that you take Astrix capsules with a meal to help you remember.
Yes, Astrix capsules are completely free from lactose.
Yes, as this is the low-dose strength required to prevent blood platelets from sticking together. Regular or extra strength aspirin formulas are generally used for pain and headache relief.
Yes, Astrix capsules do not contain tartrazine or any other dyes.
Yes, Astrix capsules contain wheat starch (gluten).
For further information speak with your doctor or pharmacist.
Astrix capsules are currently licensed and sold in Korea, Mauritius and Sri Lanka.
Astrix capsules are available at Australian pharmacies but should only be taken after seeking advice of your doctor.