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is a condition in which the stomach acid ‘backs up’ or refluxes into the esophagus due to dysfunction of the lower esophageal sphincter. This causes pain and burning, often called heartburn although it has nothing to do with the heart. While we all have heartburn at some stage, persistent heartburn (more than two or three episodes a week) may suggest Acid Reflux Disease. Other symptoms include a sour taste in the mouth, swallowing difficulties, upset stomach and even coughing and hoarseness. Some causes of Acid Reflux Disease, or GERD, include a hiatal hernia, obesity, smoking, alcohol abuse and certain foods. Symptoms can be greatly relieved or prevented by lifestyle and dietary changes as well as the use of herbs known to promote healthy digestion.

There are many synthetic over the counter and prescription medicines to treat digestive complaints and disorders. While these synthetic medications may make a big difference to quality of life for people suffering from digestive disorders and dysfunction, many also come with side effects like nausea, vomiting, heartburn, headache, diarrhea and even greater risk of infection. A healthier and more effective approach, without the side effects of the prescription drugs would be a herbal supplement such as ” by Native Remedies.

” will help prevent the flare ups of IBS, Crohn’s Disease, Gastritis, Acid Reflux (GERD), Ulcerative Colitis and Diverticulosis as well as tone the entire digestive system, soothe the stomach lining and maintain healthy digestive and bowel functioning. Reduce the incidence of cramping, bloating, gas, acid reflux and other symptoms of digestive problems and fight against harmful free radicals in your body.

Using ” in conjunction with healthy eating habits, avoiding alcohol and smoking will safely and effectively reduce or eliminate the symptoms of Acid Reflux Disease.

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