Pepogest (60 Gels) Nature's Way | Gastrointestinal Health

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Pepogest (60 Gels) Nature's Way | Gastrointestinal Health

Nature's Way Pepogest sofgels are uniquely enteric-coated to withstand stomach acid and target the release of peppermint oil directly into the intestinal tract. Research confirms that peppermint oil is more effective and better tolerated when protected from stomach acid..


Ingredients & Description

Enteric-Coated Peppermint Oil
Natural Gastrointestinal Comfort

Peppermint Oil and Gastrointestinal Comfort

For centuries peppermint has been traditionally used for gastrointestinal upset, cramps, gas and nausea. Today, modern science focuses on the menthol-rich essential oil found in peppermint leaves that soothes occasional disruptions in the bowel often caused by nervousness, overeating and/or changes in the diet.

Pepogest sofgels are uniquely enteric-coated to withstand stomach acid and target the release of peppermint oil directly into the intestinal tract. Research confirms that peppermint oil is more effective and better tolerated when protected from stomach acid. Pepogest softgels are targeted release for maximum effectiveness

Each capsule contains:

Peppermint Oil 0.2 ml
Soybean oil (organic, non-GMO) 0.1 ml
Other ingredients: gelatin, water, aqueous coating solution, glycerin

SKU: SN0129130 /14537
UPC: 33674145371
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*Not intended to diagnose or treat diseases or ailments, and is not reviewed by the FDA.

Uses & Indications.
  • Relieving Cramping
  • Relieving Nausea
  • Relieving Indigestion
Ailments & Concerns.
  • Gas & Bloating
  • Abdominal Cramping
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Heartburn
  • Nausea

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Date Added: Monday 22 October, 2012
Prenatal Vitamins are not bad for your health and they DO NOT make you frtiele if thats the case, then taking normal vitamins or eating food with essential vitamins and nutrients make you more frtiele thats a lie. There is a such thing as a vitamin toxicity, but you have to take EXTREME amounts of certain vitamins to do that. Brushing your hair with boar bristle brushes promote hair growth and scalp massaging are great too, they promote stimulation of blood circulation. There are great oils that you can get to keep your hair healthy, A mixture of lavender oil, rosemary oil, ginger root oil, and tea tree oil with a carrier oil such as Olive oil, avocado oil, or jojoba oil are great to keep the scalp and hair shaft moisturized, with little build up or cloggy oils. Its a wonderful mixture for bad ends too. Be careful with some of these oils because they are very concentrated so i'd suggest looking online for proportions. I've also been using fresh Avocados, olive oil, eggs and tea tree oil as a conditioner after i wash my hair. It's great and I do it every two weeks, and my hair has never been healthier. Lots of times (at least for black girls) moisture is the reason why our hair doesnt grow as well as it could.Hope this helps.
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Thursday 26 November, 2009
pepogest (one capsule) reduced the cramping by 50% within 2 hours . an additional capsule 2 hrs later reduced the cramping by 80% each capsule was followed by 2 glasses of water. i was thrilled since the meds i was taking for the cramping were not working at all
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]

Questions and answers:

    Asked on: November 1, 2012
    Question: Should a person be taking is everyday to help with bowel movements?
    • 0 0 A: It is safe to use everyday. Peppermint has been traditionally used for gastrointestinal upset, cramps, gas and nausea. Essential oil found in peppermint leaves that soothes occasional disruptions in the bowel often caused by nervousness, overeating and/or changes in the diet. Vote down - Vote up

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