Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Irritable bowel syndrom (IBS) is a common, idiopathic, and complex condition involving a long list of widespread gastrointestinal dysfunctions. The diagnosis of this condition is made only after no other known disorder can be found to cause the condition.
1. Reduce Gastric Spasms Causing Diarrhea
2. Reduce Abdominal Pain
This is symptomatic treatment to improve quality of life.
3. Improve Liver Function
4. Treat Constipation
Do this gently as laxitives can cause a complete reversal in this symptom and exaccerbate the problem.
- Laxitives (Gentle)
5. Elimination Diet To Identify Food Intolerances
This must be strict and rigourous in order to adequatly identify the offending foods.
Herbs For IBS:
- viburnum opulus
- mentha piperita
- visceral pain
- gastrintestinal antiseptics
- laxitives (gentle)
- juglans cinerea
- rumex crispus
- PMS herbs (often conflicting symptoms)
- trigonella foenum-graecum
IBS Sample Formula:
The Sunlight Experiment
Updated: May 2017
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