I've finally found something that works for me and I've come off the IBS tablets.

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I've been suffering for years and in the last few weeks I've given up the tablets and taking a indigestion drink first thing in the morning . I feel less bloated. My tummy has gone down, and a lot less visits to the wc.

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    WHAT EXACTLY ARE YOU TAKING AND WHAT CONDITION WERE YOU PROFESSIONALLY DIAGNOSED AS HAVING? THANKS .
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      Hi. I was diagnosed with IBS after having an internal inspection. I was taking Buscapan which had some effect and helped with cramps . My wife started working for a company called Arbonne and became an independent consultant for them. So I was a guinea pig for nutrition site of things and all products were gluten free with natural ingredients. I took the digestion plus sachete every morning before I took anything else. Tastes horrible but it just calmed my stomach down and I have less cramps and my stomach is a lot less bloated. I follow this up with a Arbonne shake which again is full of natural products and is good for my digestive system.

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    What is you indigestion drink called. If you don’t mind me asking. Thank you 
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      Hi Rosie.

      It's a box of indigestion plus sachetes. I get them from Arbonne and they are great. Taste awful and you add to a little water and take in the morning before anything else. Not cheap and not a cure but certainly helps me.

      The Arbonne detox is great also which lasts for 30 days. If you need more info on where to buy let me know.

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