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Do You Suffer From Digestive Distress?

Posted by mapphess on 7 March 2013

Do you suffer from stomach pain, heartburn, cramping, bloating, nausea, constipation or general digestive discomfort?

Iberogast is a unique combination of 9 herbs that act together to provide relief of many different gut symptoms. This multi-targeted action is achieved by combining bitter herbs such as caraway fruit, celandine, chamomile flower and peppermint leaf.
Iberogast is one of the most extensively researched natural medicines worldwide, and proven effective in 19 clinical studies involving more than 45,000 patients. It has been fully evaluated for quality, safety and effectiveness and has been registered as a medicine.
Iberogast works on the muscular tone and movement of the intestines, it also reduces acid production and helps to protect the inner lining of the stomach. The anti-inflammatory and calming action helps reduce hypersensitivity in the stomach.
Iberogast is used for treating symptoms associated with gastric and abdominal discomfort such as bloating, reflux, flatulence, constipation, diarrhoea, heartburn and stomach cramping. These multiple symptoms are often associated with gastrointestinal disturbances such as dyspepsia or irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
Dyspepsia is an upset stomach (also known as indigestion) with feelings of discomfort coming from the upper abdomen. IBS (on the other hand) affects the lower part of the gut namely the colon (also known as the large bowel) with symptoms of abdominal pain, stomach bloating and altered bowel habits (e.g diarrhoea or constipation). In IBS, the abdominal pain or discomfort is often relieved by passing wind or going to the toilet. Other gut symptoms with IBS may include heartburn, feeling sick (nausea) and excessive burping or belching. IBS is very common with 1 in 5 Australians experiencing these unpleasant range of symptoms.

Author: mapphess
Tags: Health herbal medicine naturopath herbs irritable bowel syndrome gut health Pharmacy
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