Lepicol for a healthy gut – you might never know how much you need it

How’s this for a testimony:

I have been using Lepicol for a few weeks and I am now sure that my bowel problems are over.

My Irritable Bowel Syndrome, ‘piles’ and constipation has virtually gone and I can’t tell you how pleased I am.

When people remark how much perkier I seem I don’t hesitate to tell them about my Lepicol success story.  I aim to always take it daily and tell my G.P. Surgery to take the doctor’s ‘remedy’ off my repeat prescription list.

I can’t believe I’ve stumbled across Lepicol – a product that works so much better.  Thank you and keep it coming.

What is Lepicol?
Lepicol is a clever mix of an incredible fibre food (called Psyllium husks), probiotics and a chicory based inulin. They work together to bring you relief if you have a sluggish or sensitive tummy.

So many people have been spreading the word about how helpful they’ve found Lepicol, whether it’s with IBS, piles, diverticular disease, constipation, cramp pains, bloating or discomfort, acid reflux, diarrhea or colitis.

Often converts add that they now have more energy, a better immune system, and improved weight loss.

This is good news. There is greater understanding nowadays that laxitives can be very damaging for your health in the long run, resulting in poor nutrition and damaging your digestive system.

Is it good for me?
Lepicol is made of natural source ingredients that are gentle on your gut – leaving you with healthy bowels and protection from future disease.

Psyllium husk fibre absorbs 20 times its own weight and it has a spongy feel to it, which means it doesn’t rip at your insides like other fibre foods. And, because Lepicol is not absorbed by the body, it is suitable for everyday use.

The inulin is a prebiotic which works with the probiotics to maintain friendly bacteria in your stomach for a healthy colon.

Lepicol comes in capsules and is gluten free, wheat free, phytate free and GM free. You can also get the psyllium husks in tablet form by themselves.

The Healthy Bowels Company now produce a Fibre Food for Kids which adds oat bran to the psyllium husk mix. You can even have a Colon Massage Oil to encourage relief.

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Chron’s Disease. How Slippery Elm helped

We received a customer comment last week that was so wonderful I wanted to share it with you all…

Hi – just thought I would let you know that I suffer from Crohn’s disease and cannot tolerate loads of foods – including gluten, milk, citrus, wine, vinegar, beans, etc, etc. Have had a lot of colon and small intestine removed in a life-saving operation over 20 years ago. Also cannot tolerate most drugs, so medication is a nightmare. I have, by trial and error over the years, found a miracle cure for my gut problems which is Potters Slippery Elm tablets. You have to take them for at least 3-4 weeks before the relief becomes apparent and I have now been taking them for 10 years with nothing short of miraculous results. I tell doctors and fellow sufferers alike and I am passing this onto you and all the readers who may benefit – good luck and best wishes and thank you for Goodness Direct!

That’s very rewarding news! Potter’s Slippery Elm is a traditional remedy for a variety of stomach’s complaints.

Oregano, a herbal solution to candida

Did you know oregano is also a healing herb?

Research has looked into its ability to fight MRSA and a compound of oregano, carvacrol, is used to treat candida, a fungal infection.

Oregano: healing herb
Oregano: healing herb

Higher Nature now produce oregano oil in capsule form (30caps and 90caps bottles) as it is believed that the carvacrol content may support healthy bacterial flora for the stomach and intestines and bring comfort in digestion.

Oregano also has antioxidant properties and has been used to treat respiratory and bacterial complaints like bronchitis for centuries.

The benefits may also include a healthy immune system, respiratory tract, liver and heart, normal blood pressure, and strong, elastic blood vessels.