Sunday, November 23, 2008

Many stomach & digestive related issues are a direct result of not eating the right foods, eating too fast & worry and anxiety. We tend to want to do our thing and then we'll end up worrying if everything will be alright. If you have any stomach related issues, then take the time to ask God to show you any area that you are trying to fix and work out in your own strength. Is there an area where you are stressed and worried because you don't know what to do? Let God show you a way to peace.

Here are some of my favorite products for the stomach...

Intestinal Soothe & Build is one of the best products around for people with a sensitive tummy. It soothes, stops diarrhea and keeps stools soft & regular. 2 or 3 capsules with meal

Probitoic Eleven puts good helathy bacteria back in the gut & will help aid with digestion, assimilation of nutrients, and helps produce B-12 in the body. Probiotics should always be taken after a round of antibiotics. 1 or 2 capsules before meals

CLT-X is helpful for soothing herbs that ease inflammation of the digestive tract such as colitis, Crohns, ulcers, IBS and diverticulitis. 2 with ea meal

Small Intestine Detox is designed to break down undigested proteins that may clog the small & large intestines. This product works well as part of a colon cleanse. Use for 2-4 months in a year. It contains marshmallow which is one of my 2 favorite soothers for digestive/intestinal issues...the other being slippery elm.

PLS II contains both marshmallow & slippery elm, goldenseal & fenugreek. This works good when the irritation is between your ribs. You can also open a capsule and add a little water to make a paste for swelling & minor injuries to promote healing. I used it on a bee sting on the forehead of a one yr old little girl at baseball. It was swollen and was a big red ring. Within an hour it had completely healed to an itty bitty dot.

You can use any of these for 3-4 months at first, then you should be able to use on an as needed basis when you're working through something.

In all you do, give thanks...

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