Caripill Syrup


Caripill Syrup increases the platelet count in patients suffering from dengue. Caripill tablet has been approved by the scientific and regulatory authority. The primary ingredient in Caripill Syrup is Carica Papaya leaf extract and the efficacy & safety is well documented. Caripill Syrup can be given to children 2 yrs and above.

Caripill Tablet

Why Caripill syrup?

Increases the platelet count in patients suffering from dengue

caripill tablets

Easy to administer unlike papaya leaf juice

Highly palatable


Safety & efficacy is well documented in various clinical trials

How it Works

Caripill works by stimulating the genes responsible for production of platelets.


Caripill shows demonstrable rise in platelet count


  • For children more than 1 year and less than 5 years: 275mg (5ml) three times a day for 5 days.
  • For children more than 5 years and less than 18 years: 550mg (10ml) three times a day for 5 days.
  • For children weighing more than 40kg: 1100mg tablet three times a day for five days.


  • Some patients may complain of headache / nausea or vomiting.
  • To be used with caution in patients with history of allergy to papaya or papaya products.
  • Consult doctor before taking Caripill.

Ingredients / Composition

The primary formulation of the syrup is Carica Papaya leaf extract. Carica papaya is a rich source of complex biochemical constituents including flavonoids, glycosides, alkaloids, glutathione and glucosinolates that helps boost the number of platelets by stimulating bone marrow.

Clinical Trial

Caripill syrup has undergone clinical trials on 35 patients/subjects. The study was conducted in the paediatric department of Dr. Ambedkar Medical College, Bangalore.