UPC: 855357001008 Total Weight: 0.72 lbs (0.33 kg)
Package Format: 3.4 fl oz (100 ml)
Medical Futures Inc Iberogast is a blend of herbal extracts like chamomile, lemon balm and thistle.
Warnings: This product contains alcohol. The amount per dose is very small (less than 1/10th teaspoon). Use of this product above the labeled dosage is not recommended, especially by pregnant or nursing women, unless under the guidance of a health care professional.
Notes: See the patient leaflet for risk information.
Recommended Use: Take 3 times a day in some liquid before or with meals according to the following:
Adults (12 years and older), take 20 drops. For children 6 to 12 years, take 15 drops. For children 3 to 6 years, take 10 drops.
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This product helps to slow down my GI tract so that the food is digested better. It is a great natural product. Having had a colon resection from cancer, it helps to slow down the rate of bowel movements from a high of 1 per hour to a more normal frequency. It helps to reduce gas which can be embarrassing. It allows me to be able to keep my job and live life more comfortably.
Seems like an effective remedy for heratburn and stomach issues
Been taking Iberogast for about 2-3 weeks. Seems like it is effective in relieving heartburn and stomach pain. Hopefully the effects will be longer term and I will not observe any adverse reaction. Based on the list of ingredients should be harmless. I will check with a primary care physician and will try and update the review if I am told otherwise. Wish there would be more choices in terms of US sellers for the product.
I started using Iberogast for the first time 3 weeks ago on the recommendation of my gastroenterologist for functional dyspepsia after ruling out all other possible GI disorders. For the past week I have noticed that my stomach is not feeling immediately full after eating a meal and I am not waking up with my stomach hurting. I use 20 drops in water that I drink with my main meals. It has a mild, not unpleasant, herbal cocktail taste due to the alcohol content. I am hopeful that I will continue on the road to recovery and have fewer flare-ups of stomach pain and nausea. It's worth a try!
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