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GI Ease and Restore
Our GI Ease and restore contains a blend of herbs that can be taken before or after a meal and may help with upset stomach, inflammation in the GI tract, ulcers, constipation, diarrhea, inflammatory bowel disease, leaky gut, autoimmune disorders, and much more. Read below for more information.
2-5 droppers full, before or after a meal, or when stomach discomfort occurs.
Marshmallow Root: Is an herb that contains a substance called mucilage which helps form a coating over the GI tract to soothe irritation, helping to reduce inflammation, help with ulcers, inflammatory bowel disease, leaky gut, and even autoimmune disorders.
Peppermint: Has a long history that was shown to provide calming effects for the digestive tract. Peppermint was also shown to have antispasmodic properties that help with indigestion, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, bloating, and abdominal pain.
Slippery Elm: Is also another herb that contains a substance called mucilage, helping to soothe the mouth, throat, stomach, and intestines. Slippery Elm was shown to help with inflammatory bowel conditions, acid reflux, sore throat, and other digestive problems. The mucilage helps to provide a protective coating over the mucosal membrane in the GI tract, helping with healing of the membrane.
Stinging Nettle: While it has many uses, especially for kidney health, stinging nettle can help with digestive problems like leaky gut or irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) by helping to close the junctions in the GI tract. Stinging nettle was also shown to encourage the growth of the intestinal villi. Stinging nettle has anti-inflammatory properties and was shown to contain vitamin C, K, E, calcium, iron, chromium, silica, as well as B vitamins.
White Oak Bark: Has many benefits including help with colds, fever, and cough, but white oak bark is great for digestive tract health. White oak bark was shown to help with diarrhea and reduce inflammation in the GI tract. White oak bark has astringent and toning properties that are great for toning the tissues, strengthening blood vessels, and helping with hemorrhoids.
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We use a 1:5 extraction rate on all our small batch, handmade herbal blends, utilizing organic herbs and ingredients only. Naturally gluten free.
Organic Marshmallow Root, Organic Peppermint, Organic Slippery Elm, Organic Stinging Nettle, Organic White Oak Bark, Organic vegetable glycerin, Organic Cane Alcohol, Spring water
Caution: If you are nursing, pregnant, or taking medications, contact your healthcare provider before using. Discontinue if unusual symptoms appear. Keep out of reach of children.
*This information is for educational purposes only. No medical claims or advice is being given. We are just sharing information regarding these studies. This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Any changes to your healthcare plan should first be approved by your healthcare provider.