ACC 600mg 10 Effervescent Tablets

ACC 600mg 10 Effervescent Tablets

ACC 600 mg*10 effervescent tablets

For respiratory diseases

Category: Medicine

Read the leaflet before starting ACC 600 mg and consult a doctor or pharmacist if necessary.

1. What is ACC 600 mg, and what is it used for?

ACC is a pharmaceutical agent that acts based on acetylcysteine. It means it works with the residual thinning mucus in the airways.

ACC is used to liquefy secretions and relieve coughs in the case of bronchitis caused by a cold. It aids in the expectoration and removal of secretions. The drug is indicated for children over 14 years, adolescents and adults.

ACC 600 mg is classified as an antitussive. The drug has acetylcysteine, which is a derivative of cysteine. This substance is responsible for liquefying the mucus and promotes its expectoration from the respiratory tract.

The action mechanism involves splitting the acetyl-cysteine ​​disulphide bonds in the chain mucopolysaccharide chains and causes depolymerisation of deoxyribonucleic acid. Therefore, there is a reduction in sticky discharge.

2. Contraindications and helpful information before starting to take ACC 600 mg?

There are cases in which the intake of ACC 600 mg is not recommended or requires prior consultation with a doctor.

Do not take the drug in the following cases:

  • If you have an allergy to acetylcysteine or any of the other ingredients in the medicine;

  • If you have hypersensitivity to components;

  • If you have active gastric ulcers or duodenal ulcers;

  • If you have acute asthma;

  • If you are pregnant or breast feeding;

  • If it is intended for a child under 14 years of age.

Consult a doctor before or while taking ACC in the following cases:

  • Changes in the skin and mucous membranes

  • Bronchial asthma

  • Stomach or intestinal ulcer

  • Hypersensitivity to histamines

If you have any of these conditions, you should first consult a doctor. Prolonged treatment should be avoided as intolerance symptoms may occur.

Children under 14 years of age should not take ACC 600 mg as it has a high active substance content.

Laboratory tests

Taking ACC may affect the values on the following tests:


Urinary ketone bodies

Pregnancy and lactation

There are insufficient clinical data for taking ACC during pregnancy or breastfeeding. In these cases, the intake of this drug should be after consultation and prescriptions of your doctor.

Driving and operating machinery

There is no evidence that ACC affects the ability to drive and operate machinery.

3. What to do if you take other medicines?

Studies done on adults show how ACC 600 mg interacts with other medicines.

If you are taking any of these medicines, inform your doctor and consult him before you start taking ACC:

  • Cough relievers

  • Antibiotics

  • Activated charcoal in high dose

  • Glycerol trinitrate

  • Carbamazepine

The combination of acetylcysteine with this type of medication may decrease the effectiveness of ACC or other medicines. In addition, there is a risk of dangerous secretion retention or blood pressure lowering.


1 tablet contains 600 mg of acetylcysteine.

4. Composition of one effervescent tablet of ACC 600 mg

The active ingredient is acetylcysteine.

One effervescent tablet of ACC contains 600 mg of acetylcysteine.

Excipients are as follows:

  • Citric acid

  • Anhydrous

  • Sodium hydrogen carbonate

  • Sodium carbonate

  • Anhydrous, mannitol

  • Lactose, anhydrous

  • Ascorbic acid

  • Sodium cyclamate

  • Saccharin sodium

  • Sodium citrate
    Blackberry flavour 'B' (contains vanillin, maltodextrin, and mannitol (E 421)

  • Gluconolactone (E 575)

  • Sorbitol (E 420)

  • Magnesium hydroxide carbonate (E 504 II)

  • Silica, colloidal anhydrous (E 551))

5. How to take ACC 600 mg?

Always take the medicine as prescribed by your doctor or pharmacist. If you have any questions, ask them for a consultation. 

ACC 600 mg is for oral use in adults and adolescents over 14 years of age.

The recommended daily dose in case not otherwise prescribed is as follows:

  • 600 mg x 1/24 after dilution with 125 ml of water

The tablet is dissolved in water and should be drunk immediately after its complete dissolution. It is recommended to take after meals.

6. Adverse reactions

The occurrence of various side effects is possible, which include:

  • Allergic reactions

  • Skin rashes

  • Itching

  • Headache

  • Nausea

  • Vomiting

  • Diarrhoea

  • Abdominal pain

  • Rapid heart rate

  • Low blood pressure and others

Some of the listed side effects occur frequently, and others very rarely.

7. Where can you buy ACC 600 mg?

At the Care From Nature online shop, we offer you ACC 600 mg in a package of 10 effervescent tablets. The drug does not require a doctor's prescription.

You can buy ACC online from our store and benefit from the following:

  • Quick order in a few easy steps;

  • Worldwide delivery with DHL;

  • 1-2 business days for the European Union for £15.99.

For delivery terms to the rest of the world, you can contact us as follows:

Read more about ACC in Wikipedia, NIH and

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  • Brand: SANDOZ OTC
  • Product Code: ACC-600mg-10-Effervescent-Tablets
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Tags: ACC, Effervescent, respiratory, diseases, acetylcysteine, acetylcysteine, cough