Anti-Diarrhea (2 oz.) |

Anti-Diarrhea (2 oz.)

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    Bowel Support

    • Gentle and fast-acting

    • Avoid uncomfortable situations

    Bowel Support

    • Gentle and fast-acting

    • Avoid uncomfortable situations

    No need to put up with urgent trips to the restroom with this remarkable product on hand! It’s a must-have for foreign travel and excellent for children.

    Take only as needed, not intended for long-term use.


    • Barberry root bark (Barberis vulgaris) : Barberry is noted in folk medicine for gastrointestinal, urinary tract, and respiratory support. Berberine, the primary alkaloid in this herb, is a potent antibiotic, astringent, and anti-fungal.

    • Bayberry bark (Morella cerifera) : The health benefits of bayberry are primarily due to its astringent effects. This herb is commonly used to support the digestive system and respiratory system as well as healthy inflammation management and menstrual health support.

    • Ginger root (Zingiber officinale) : Ginger is loaded with nutrients and bioactive compounds that have powerful health benefits, including digestive support, inflammation and antioxidant support, cardiovascular support, and overall healthy cell support. Fresh ginger has higher levels of the active ingredient gingerol, which has potent anti-inflammatory benefits and digestive benefits. The drying process of ginger reduces the gingerol, but in turn increases the levels of shogaol, which provide more potent free radical scavenging benefits, providing support for healthy cells.

    • Red Raspberry leaf (Rubus idaeus)


    Suggested Use: 

    2-11 yrs: 1/8 tsp.

    12+ yrs: 1/4 tsp. 

    Take in water 1-4 times daily or as needed (within reason).  

    Not suggested to be taken while expecting or for children under 2. 

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