IBS Amazing help

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I have suffered with IBS for quite some time and had many

attempts with drug therapy. I finally have relief with a natural

food product called Slippery Elm. Icant say enough about it! But

please do your research for yourself.... you wont

be disappointed.

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    What is it? Edible, drinkable location for said product Boots or a more specialist health food shop? Thank you
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      It's a powdered bark from America and you mix with water to make a drink you can buy it at any health food shop or on the auction site you know what one I mean not allowed to advertise on the forum but remember what works for one person doesn't for another i take a 50 billion probiotic tablets 1 every morning and after 15 years of ibs pain free at last but it's trial and error until you get one that works for yourself if you want to know about the tablets pm me and I will give you the name and where to buy them
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      Yes , it is edible. It comes in powder form that you can drink as a tea. I prefer the capsules because of the convenience. Thisnatural product tastes like maple. It protects your

      entire GI tract. It also helps

      tremendously with my flares of diverticultis. You can find it

      online and it is very reasonable and no side effects. I dont take it everyday, even though I should. When i have a flare I get

      relief in a few hours with Slippery Elm. I have directed so

      many people to this that have had sucess....its crazy!

      The hysterical but sad thing is that my GI doctor did not know what it is..... of course...it is natural.

      Dont be alarmed of taking 4 three times a day... it is a food

      product not a drug.

      Good Luck to you!

      I hope this helps you.

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    If I'm not mistaken slippery elm is an alternative medicine that won't be available on Boots shelf, as it's not a pill, but it's brilliant.
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