What is a G. I Sponge?
Gastrointestinal tract consists of thousands of small villi that has a bacteria layer that is apart of your immune system. Depending on what we feed this bacteria layer is how our gut (G.I Tract) stays healthy or unhealthy. The G. I Sponge goes in as a powder but soon turns into a foamy pudding/ gel when activated by hydrochloric acid, then travels down the small intestines brushing and soaking up the plaque and glue or residue from the food you ate for dinner last night.
The G. I Sponge has regenerative(healing) properties in each ingredient, for instance, Activated Charcoal powder reduces the amount of gas produced by gas-forming foods.
A 1981 research study found that activated charcoal powder adsorbs the excess gas along with the bacteria which formed the gas, thereby reducing the amount of gas produced by eating beans and other gas – forming foods. Another benefit of activated charcoal is that it helps eliminate bad breath, because it cleanses both the mouth and the digestive tract. It also helps to purify the blood. It relieves symptoms of diarrhea, spastic colon, indigestion, and peptic ulcers. Activated charcoal powder was placed in gas masks during World War I; and it effectively counteracted poison gas.
Psyllium is my next most potent herb which has also been used for irritable bowel syndrome (a stress-related disorder with alternating bouts of diarrhea and constipation). Because it will produce easy bowel movements with a loose stool, Psyllium is used by patients with anal fissures (cracks in the skin near the anus) and hemorrhoids. Psyllium soaks up a significant amount of water in the digestive tract, thereby making stool firmer and, under these circumstances, slower to pass. Psyllium also has the additional advantages over other sources of fiber of reducing flatulence and bloating. I recommend this to help soften stool and reduce the pain associated with hemorrhoids. People with ulcerative colitis, psyllium can be used as a bulking agent for mild to moderate cases of diarrhea from either ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease.
One more Ingredient amongst the others is Aloe Vera. Aloe vera is generally known for its soothing, skin healing properties. However, aloe can also be used in other ways. Soothes and helps reduce irritation in the digestive tract. From irritable bowel syndrome to colitis or constipation, aloe vera powder helps to make food and other supplements more bio-available to your body. Cleopatra used Aloe Vera as a skin treatment. Ancient Egyptians called it the “plant of immortality.”
You can see that this is a Powerful formula!
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