What is the best nonprescription anti-spasmodic for IBS or colitis?
Q:My doctor refused to prescribe Donnatol. I have to be on a narcotic and therefore food enters but doesn’t want to exit. No jokes please. Thank you so much.
More Answers to “What is the best nonprescription anti-spasmodic for IBS or colitis?“I would suggest taking Optiflora (Two-Product System with Prebiotic & Probiotic). Taken regularly, Optiflora helps maintain a healthy colon. This advanced, two-product system uses new technology to protect beneficial microflora during the rigors of shipping, storage, and the acidic journey through your stomach. Other products claim live microflora at the time of manufacture. This product guarantees the delivery of live microflora to your colon. This product treats the cause and not just the symptom of the condition.My daughter-in-law has ulcerative colitis and as soon as she starting taking Optiflora her doctor was able to continually reduce her medications.Other products that you may wish to consider is:Alfalfa Complex: provides vitamin K for healing; overcomes mineral deficiencies due to frequent elimination; anti-inflammatory.B-Complex: anti-stressFor more info or questions, please feel free to contact me. ex lax
It doesn’t necessarily mean you need to drink more H2O. I have IBS and drink a gallon a day. Research marshmallow root, kava kava (take only at night), skullcap, black cohosh, arnica montana and slippery elm. Research them first! And seek help from an herbologist or naturopath if available.
Your problem is you are not drinking enough water. Water is what lines the intestines and helps move the waste through the body. It is also what carries the nutrients your eating to the cells which means your nutrient deficient causing other problems, right? Without the water, your intestines are trying to squeeze waste along and spasm to get stuff to move.There are different grades of water. To be brief, the best water is alkaline and has a good mineral content. You can get Smart or Penta water from your health food store or make your own http://www.yourwellnesshome.net/productinfo/water.html