[Remember to take the drugs, these six drugs are never taken with hot water]
Most people pay attention to the usage and dosage of the medicine when taking the medicine.
As everyone knows, the temperature of the medication is also very particular.
It is not advisable to take hot water (generally 60 ° C and above) for some medicines, because some medicines may undergo physical or chemical reactions after being heated, which will affect the efficacy for a long time.
Let’s take a look at some medicines that should not be taken with hot water: 1.
Drugs that are susceptible to high temperature destruction and inactivation mainly include digestive enzymes, various live vaccines and preparations containing active bacteria.
Enzymes are active proteins that coagulate upon thermal denaturation, which leads to a decrease or disappearance of the therapeutic effect.
Commonly used are pepsin mixture, oral solution of compound amylase, trypsin, multi-enzyme tablets, yeast tablets, etc. These drugs mainly contain protease, amylase, trace enzymes.
When the vaccine is inactivated by high temperature, it cannot be implanted in the immune body to prevent infectious diseases.
Active bacteria are not resistant to high temperature, and they can be killed by brewing with boiling water or feeding, thus losing the therapeutic effect.
For example, lactobacillus contains lactic acid active bacilli, whole intestines contains bacillus licheniformis, mommy loves faecal streptococcus and subtilis, and synbiotics (child probiotic granules) contain lactic acidophilus and bifidobacteria.
Generally, these three types of drugs should be taken in warm water or cold water below 40 ℃.