|Amylase – This enzyme is believed to breakdown carbohydrates |
into simple sugars by changing starches into a double sugar,
Lipase –Is thought to breakdown fat molecules into fatty acids and
glycogen for energy use.
Cellulase – A plant fber enzyme not produced by humans or mam-
mals that is thought to breakdown into beta glucose in order to
utilize the energy contained in plant material.
Lactase – It is widely known that milk contains lactose, and re-
search shows lactase hydrolyzes milk sugars into glucose for as-
Sucrase – In the microvilli of the small intestine, this enzyme is be-
lieved to catalyze the hydrolysis of sucrose into the simple sugars
glucose and fructose.
Maltase – A disaccharide that is believed to digest maltose, or
malt sugar, into glucose which is a monosaccharide.
Organic Slippery Elm Bark – When this bark gets wet it swells
producing a soothing, softening ointment known as mucilage. Re-
search has found mucilage is an emollient and demulcent, provid-
ing a soothing coat for the stomach and alimentary canal. Clini-
cal research shows Slippery Elm to neutralize stomach acid and
absorb gas, to reduce infammation of the mucous membrane, to
soothe irritated kidneys and lungs, and to provide adrenal gland
Organic Marshmallow Root – Known as a demulcent, this herb
may help alleviate local irritation, infammation, and stimulate the
immune system. It has been clinically tested to increase mucilage,
which is used to soften and soothe damaged or infamed gastric
mucous membranes lining the digestive system. It has also been
used to relieve constipation and diarrhea, and as an aid in hypo-
Organic Ginger Root – Studies have shown this stimulating root
to be an anti-infammatory, an antioxidant, and a warming anti-
spasmodic that stimulates bowel tone and peristalsis. It has also been show to promote secretion of saliva, gastric juices, and bile.
It can be used to soothe the stomach and spleen and as a carmi-
native to stop gripping and abdominal cramps.
Organic Gentian Root – Herbalists have found the bitter effects
of this herb to stimulate digestive juice secretion. It has been used
as a stomach tonic to soothe digestive function and is thought to
beneft the digestive process by improving the blood circulation to
the abdominal area.
Organic Calendula Flower – Calendula has been studied for its
antimicrobial activity, providing relief for many conditions. It is clini-
cally found effective for soothing any infammation of the internal
organs, for healing the membranes of the body, and for colon im-
balances such as chronic colitis. A key compound found in Calen-
dula is saponin, found to aid in ulcerative conditions by controlling
stomach bleeding and promoting the healing of tissue.
Organic Chamomile Flower – The ancient Cherokee Indians used
Chamomile to invigorate and strengthen the digestive tract and for
colic. It is also used traditionally by herbalists to calm the nervous
Organic Licorice Root – Traditionally used as an anti-infamma-
tory and antimicrobial, licorice is used to assist with ulcers and to
reduce irritated mucous membranes of the gastrointestinal tract.
It has been used to help mineral corticoid balance, to regulate
blood sugar levels, and to help revive the adrenal glands.
Organic Lavender Flower – This relaxing favorite has been used
by herbalists to assist with gall bladder function, for its antimicro-
bial properties, as an anti-infammatory, to balance the autonomic
nervous system, and to regulate peristalsis.
Gamma Oryzanol – This ingredient naturally occurs in rice bran
oil. Clinically it has been shown to: inhibit platelet aggregation;
improve the plasma lipid pattern increasing HDL, thus improving
cholesterol levels; modulate secretion of leutinizing hormone by
the pituitary; and normalize gastric acid secretion.
This product is gluten-free.
Allergy Information - Product Details
- No Artificial Colors
- Dairy Free
- Egg Free
- No Artificial Flavors
- Gluten Free
- Preservatives Free
- Salt/Sodium Free
- Yeast Free