Minty Relief for Irritable Bowel
Monday, January 15th 2007
Both adults and children can suffer from an intestinal disorder called irritable bowel syndrome. It is a fairly common condition that causes crampy pain, excessive gas, bloating and changes in bowel habits - constipation, diarrhoea or alternating between the two. The cause is unknown, although symptoms may be triggered by emotional stress or certain foods. Doctors say there is no cure, so treatment is geared toward relieving symptoms.
For more than 4,000 years many cultures have used peppermint oil for its medicinal benefits. Research over the last 10 years shows that peppermint oil's curative powers are not just folklore. Researchers have found that using peppermint oil helps relieved pain and discomfort in both adults and children suffering from irritable bowel syndrome.
Enteric-coated Lifestream Advanced Bowel Support help soothe the symptoms of indigestion including colic, intestinal discomfort, bloating and flatulence. Lifestream Advanced Bowel Support can bring symptomatic relief while using a wholistic approach to the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome.
Reproduced unabridged from the January - March 2007 issue of Health and Herbal News, with the kind permission of Health and Herbs International Ltd.
Footnote from Ideal Health:
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