Natural relief from medically diagnosed Irritable Bowel Syndrome is here.
If you suffer from IBS and gastrointestinal symptoms, you’re probably only too aware of the impact they can have on your digestive system – and your quality of life. IBS affects 1 in 5 people under 50, and over 65% of those are women.
So, at Bod Australia we’ve been investigating new ways to help manage the symptoms of IBS, making life better for a significant section of the population.
We’ve formulated an innovative, soothing naturally derived remedy, sourced from turmeric – hailed as nature’s wonder food – plus fennel oil, to alleviate the pain and distress of medically diagnosed IBS.
Recently, there has been a lot of chatter throughout the media about the amazing properties of turmeric. So much so, that it would easy to dismiss as just another fashionable complementary medicine fad. But hard scientific evidence proves that curcumin, the all-natural, active extract of this wonder plant, has wide-ranging benefits for our health and general wellbeing. These properties are captured in Enterofytol in the highest quality, most absorbable form of bio-optimised curcumin available in this region.
More specifically, the naturally occurring anti-inflammatory properties of curcumin combined with fennel oil, in Enterofytol’s unique recipe, have been clinically proven to reduce pain, abdominal cramps, and bloating. This formula packs a one-two punch in the fight against the symptoms of IBS.
The dual action of Enterofytol results not just in relief from symptoms of medically diagnosed IBS
Fennel has been known for centuries as the cooling spice, with great benefits for digestion according to Ayurveda. The oil extract has been shown to reduce tummy spasms, relieving gas, irregular bowel movements and other digestive issues.
Curcumin has also been used in Ayurvedic, as well as Chinese, medicine for over 4000 years; and is classified as a pharmaceutical product across Europe.
Always read the label, Use only as directed and If symptoms persist see your doctor.