For relieving colic, gastrointestinal spasms, irritable bowel syndrome, spastic colon, indigestion& carminative
Peppermint leaves, tilia, caraway, anise
Natural herbs calculated in optimum dose for complete relieving of all symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome
Good herbs help to relieve the symptoms of irritable bowel pain
Good herbs help to relieve the intestinal and gastric colic
Good herbs relax the muscles of the intestine, thus reducing the muscle spasms that contribute to abdominal pain
Good herbs reduce several common symptoms of irritable bowel, especially abdominal pain, inflammation, indigestion
Good herbs regulate colonic motility
Good herbs are completely free from artificial colors or flavorings or preservatives
Good herbs Treat ulcers and infections of the stomach and duodenum
The health benefits of anise seed include anti-parasitic properties that make it an effective remedy for treating the various digestive problems
Anise serves as a natural remedy for IBS due to its antispasmodic and anti-fungal properties. It assists in regulating digestion, which can help to stop diarrhea and constipation.
The active ingredient in anise is a volatile oil called anethol which helps your stomach to digest rich foods that you might otherwise struggle to digest.
The active ingredient in tilia is Volatile oil containing farnesol; flavonoids, including hesperidin, quercetin, and astralagin; mucilage; tannins that Restores the nerves; reduces muscle tension and spasm; controls low blood pressure
Given as a gentle relaxant to relieve anxiety and irritability, and nervous states that affect digestion, blood pressure and bowel function
Anxiolytic, anti-spasmodic, antiseptic, diaphoretic, hypotensive, sedative
Caraway has anti-spasmodic effects as well as anti-microbial properties, and it stimulates the production of gastric juices
Chemicals present in caraway seeds (carvol and carvene) soothe the smooth muscle tissues of the digestive tract and help expel gas.
Has strong carminative effect on the gastrointestinal tract which help in dyspepsia and act as strong stomach
Menthol and methyl salicylate are the main active ingredients of peppermint. Internally, they have anti-spasmodic actions, with calming effects on the muscles of the stomach, intestinal tract, and uterus. They also have powerful analgesic (pain-killing) properties
Peppermint also contains essential oils that stimulate the gallbladder to secrete its store of bile, which the body uses to digest fats.
Gastrointestinal spasms, irritable bowel syndrome
Indigestion and bloating
How to use:
Simply place one good herbs bag into cup of boiled water, cover it and allowing them to steep for 5 minutes then drink
Use 3 times daily before meals.
Good herbs can be sweetened by normal sugar, Diet sugar or honey if needed.
Useful for all ages for women and men.
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- Date : September 30, 2014
- Tags : Herbs