Flushes out the cause of your stomach pain

  • Like a ball of Blu-Tac picks up dirt and fluff… this really works 
  • Why IBS sufferers have to seek alternative medicine

Imagine this…

You swallow a tiny capsule…

Its contents move through your intestines, picking up toxins as they go…

It’s a bit like how a ball of Blu-Tac might roll across a table, picking up all the fluff and dust which sticks to it.

Well, in this case, the toxins would eventually get flushed out into the toilet.

This might sound crazy, or too good to be true, but this is what happens with many clay-based stomach remedies like this one. Take a look at this: Clay for Stomach Ache

By the way, this is not a medicine or a pain relief pill – it’s a supplement that you can take every day, helping reduce pain and discomfort.

You take two capsules with water, then let them do their work while you get on with your life.

No side effects, no drowsiness.

Day after day, the clay helps draw out waste products in in your system, reducing stomach ache, IBS symptoms, flatulence, constipation and bloating.

Stronger than any super-resistant bacteria

Best of all, this type of stomach remedy isn’t something to which the problem bacteria in your body can become immune.

Because it doesn’t matter how resistant these bacteria are…

The clay physically hauls them from your system, like a bouncer lifting up a drunk and removing them from the premises. Which means it can deal with even the most stubborn, resistant forms of bacteria.

In a study into the ‘stickiness’ of clay particles published in 2007 by the Geological Society of America, authors Rossman Giese, Ph.D. and Tracy Bank, Ph.D said:

“When a bacterium comes into physical contact with clay, that contact turns deadly. The nice thing about that is that there is no way that the bacterium can evolve to avoid it.”

Their research showed that adding even a small amount of modified clay into sewerage killed off the nasty bacteria.

But what I want to show you today isn’t just a clay-based stomach tonic – it contains propolis, which is an anti-inflammatory and antiseptic made by bees to protect the entrances to their hives. This settles the stomach, reducing pain and irritation.

The combination of clay and propolis could help common problems like these:

  • Flatulence
  • Constipation
  • Heartburn
  • Slow digestion
  • Bloating
  • Chronic intestinal infections
  • Colitis

For more information, take a look at this webpage: Ease Stomach Problems The Natural Way

This should be of particular interest if you suffer from IBS…

Why alternative medicines are now recommended

There are millions of bacteria in your intestines, most of which keep your body functioning at their best… but then there are others that make you feel unwell.

These pathogenic bacteria can cause problems like IBS, bloating, flatulence or constipation.

But it might not only be the bacteria…

A 2017 study at Linköping University in Sweden concluded that “people with IBS are clearly different from healthy people in the way in which the part of the intestine known as the colon (or large intestine) reacts to bacteria.”

According to Åsa Keita, who ran the study: “There is something that makes one layer of the intestinal mucosa of patients with IBS more sensitive to bacteria than in healthy subjects.”

It all makes IBS a particularly tough problem to tackle…

Certainly, your GP won’t be able to prescribe much more than an antispasmodic drug for the short term, to try and settle the stomach.

Then the discussion will turn to ‘lifestyle’ and ‘problem management’.

In other words, it’s largely a case of sorting it out yourself.

This is why, in 2016, an article in the British Journal of Pharmacology concluded that people with irritable bowel syndrome, functional constipation and ulcerative colitis should seek out alternative medicines.

Quite a surprise, really, bearing in mind the antipathy between the medical establishment and alternative health practitioners.

But after looking at scientific studies into stomach ailments, Dr Diego Curro believed people could find relief by looking into less conventional remedies, like herbal medicines, fibre, probiotics and other options.

One of your first stops should be to try a combination of clay, pollen and propolis which can balance your gut bacteria and reduce inflammation.

It’s ideal if you suffer from flatulence, constipation, heartburn, bloating or colitis.

But you don’t have to use it only when you feel pain. Propargile is a general aid for good digestion, giving you more energy and vitality.

So it’s something you might want to take every day to manage the problem.

Click here for relief from stomach problems

Enjoy the rest of your day – back with more next week.

Yours as ever

Ray Collins

The Good Life Letter