Optimize GI Health

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that approximately two-thirds of the world’s population is suffering from stomach microbial balance concerns, lacking the balance and maintenance for optimate GI health. Orthomolecular states that, “Pyloricil is formulated to support the health of the stomach lining and GI tract with unique ingredients that promote microbial balance.” Many people may suffer from H.pylori in the stomach, causing stomach ulcers and other discomforts. The ingredients found in Pyloricil is imperative in combatting these issues and preventing further discomfort. The natural elements found in Pyloricil help soothe the stomach lining and the GI tract for a healthy, well balanced system.

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Mastic Gum

Mastic gum is a botanical obtained from the stem and leaves of the mastic tree (Pistacia lentiscus,) and has been historically used to support the health of the stomach. Placebo studies have shown that mastic gum supported the stomach in 78% of the patients as opposed to the control group. In addition, mastic gum provides excellent support in promoting healthy microbial balance in the GI tract.

Bismuth Citrate

Bismuth citrate is a naturally occurring mineral, often used to help soothe the gastric and mucosal linings. Bismuth Citrate also promotes microbial balance in the GI tract, offering an advantage in comparison to other bacterial balancing therapies. It is very common for bacteria balancing agents to develop a resistance, however, it is very unlikely for bacteria to develop resistance to bismuth citrate.

Zinc Carnosine

There are many significant effects of zinc, being an essential nutrient that promotes a healthy body. The zinc carnosine compound is a chemical bond that stabilizes the mucosal lining of the stomach and small intestines. This nutrient is known to support gastric and intestinal health by stimulating the migration and growth of cells.

Berberine Sulfate

Orthomolecular’s research states, “berberine sulfate is a botanical extract found in the roots and barks of various plants including Oregon grape root (Berberis aquifolium), barberry (Berberis vulgaris) and goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis).” Berberine has a long history and is often used for cancer patients to promote a healthy microbial balance in the GI tract, along with maintaining normal inflammatory balance throughout the body. Berberine plays a significant role in killing H. Pylori in the stomach, calming stomach ulcers and reducing pain.