IBS Spray assists with Irritable Bowel Disease which is a group of disorders in which the intestines become inflamed. This combination of herbs assists with protecting the colon mucus membrane, flatulence and heartburn as well as gastic spasms and indigestion. Slippery elm acts as a thick, glue-like substance that coats your throat and digestive tract helping to reduce inflammation and irritation.
Irritable Bowel Disease
Two types of Irritable Bowel Disease are ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. Ulcerative colitis is limited to the colon or large intestine. Crohn’s disease, on the other hand, can involve any part of the gastrointestinal tract from the mouth to the anus. Most commonly, though, it affects the small intestine or the colon or both. The likeliest cause of IBD is an immune reaction the body has against’s its own intestinal tissue.
If you have an IBD, you know it usually runs a waxing and waning course. When there is severe inflammation, the disease is considered active and the person experiences a flare-up of symptoms. When there is less or no inflammation, the person usually is without symptoms and the disease is said to be in remission.
Angelica archangelica is used for heartburn, flatulence, loss of appetite, arthritis, circulation problems, nervousness, plague, and insomnia.
Caraway seeds are rich source of dietary fibre which targets toxins in the food and helps protect the colon mucus membrane from cancers.
Chamomile eases insomnia and anxiety and boosts your immune system.
Milk Thistle regenerates the liver cells.
Melissa Officinalis has traditionally been the preventer of flatulence, bronchial inflammation, earache and fever.
Peppermint is useful for IBS symptoms, colonic spasms, dyspepsia and gastric emptying.
Celandine is a strong antioxidant and it promotes bile production to improve digestion.
Liquorice root is useful for healing ulcers, lowering stomach acid levels, relieving heartburn and indigestion and acts as a mild laxative.
Slippery Elm causes reflex stimulation of nerve endings in the GI tract, protection against stomach ulcers, colitis, diverticulitis, gut inflammation, and acidity.