The formula in this review is promoted by a naturopath, Dr. Michael Gazsi. He claims that his product can support a healthy intestinal lining and restore normal bowel function. Up to 20% of adult Americans suffer from IBS, a group of symptoms affecting the large intestine and its functioning and especially the bowel. Symptoms are most likely to be abdominal pain, bloating, gas, infrequent stools, loose stools or constipation.
- N-Acetyl D-Glucosamine
- Calendula Flower
- Marshmallow Root Powder
- Slippery Elm Powder
- Ginger Root Powder
- Rice flour
- Purified water
Glutamine, an amino acid, helps repair your GI tract and so does N-Acetyl D-Glucosamine. It is important to you if your major symptom is diarrhea. Ginger, marshmallow root, licorice and slippery elm are herbs which all help to reduce inflammation along your intestinal tract. Calendula also lessens inflammation and irritation. Soothing the tract will lessen your pain and bloating, and improve its working. The product contains gelatin which makes it unsuitable for vegans and vegetarians.
Take 2 capsules 2 times a day. The dosage instructions do not specify a preferred time of day to take the supplement.
Possible Side Effects
Consult with your healthcare provider before using this product especially if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medications or have an existing medical condition.
N-Acetyl D-Glucosamine is made from shellfish which is a possible allergen.
You can buy a bottle of 120 capsules for $34.00 online from Essential Naturals. This is a one-month supply. There are no additional discounts for bulk buyers or incentives for new customers.
Use the products at least 30 days and if you are not completely satisfied with how they are working, you can send them back for a 100% money back guarantee. You do however have up to 60 days to return the product. You may only return products to the value of $100. There is a 20% processing fee on returns, and the manufacturer does not refund return shipping charges. We assume they do not accept opened bottles of capsules.
Conclusion of Our Essential Naturals IBS Review
This product contains a good list of therapeutic ingredients that are promoted and recommended by a trained naturopath. The capsules are manufactured in a US FDA inspected facility are GMP compliant. Their purity and potency is guaranteed. We were less pleased about the following downsides to this product however. The product contains gelatin which makes it unsuitable for vegans and vegetarians. There are no additional discounts for bulk buyers or incentives for new customers. N-Acetyl D-Glucosamine is made from shellfish which is a possible allergen. The dosage instructions do not specify a preferred time of day to take the supplement. At $34 for a one month supply of capsules, this is an expensive product to purchase. There is a 20% processing fee on returns, and the manufacturer does not do refund return shipping charges. Although not stated, we assume they do not accept opened bottles of capsules. For all these reasons, we are not able to recommend Essential Naturals IBS as an effective supplement for the treatment of your IBS.