Clinicians Digest Repair 50 Veg Capsules
Our digestive system is under attack from harmful environmental factors such as junk foods, prescription medications, toxins and chemicals from the food we eat as well as stress. It is why we often experience discomfort from bloating, gas, hyperacidity among others. Clinicians Digest Repair Veg Capsule is from the trusted name Clinicians homeopathic supplements. It combines a unique blend of practitioner grade nutrients that aims to support normal gut integrity and healthy stomach linings.
- Supports healthy stomach and digestive system linings
- Helps normalize gut immune function
- Assists those who suffer from digestive discomfort
- Aids normal gut integrity and provide protection for a more lasting solution
- Supports balanced levels of bacteria and yeast in the digestive tract
- Easy capsule format
- Research based formula
- Unique combination of Zinc Carnosine, Lactoferrin, Turmeric and Quercetin
- Gluten and Lactose free
- Suitable for use with medications that can affect the digestive system
- Recommended for those with a diet that includes a lot of junk food
Each veggie capsule contains: Curcuma longa (turmeric) ext. equiv dry rhizome 1000 mg
(curcuminoids, standardised to 19 mg), Quercetin 125 mg, Lactoferrin (derived from dairy) 75 mg, Zinc Carnosine (equivalent to 7.5mg Zinc) PepZinGI 34 mg,
Also contains: magnesium stearate, microcrystalline cellulose and silicon dioxide
No Added: gluten, yeast, sugar, artificial colours, sweeteners, flavours or preservatives
Adults: Take 1 capsule twice daily with food for 2-3 months, thereafter 1 capsule daily or as directed.
Children over 12 years: 1 capsule daily for 2-3 months, thereafter take as directed.
Are there any warnings and precautions?
Exercise caution with people who are over sensitive to Quercetin. Exercise caution or avoid in individuals with IgE mediated allergies to cow's milk due to Lactoferrin. Digest Repair can be used by those who are just lactose intolerant as it is lactose free. Avoid if pregnant or breastfeeding.