Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Digestic Herbal Supplement - Review and Giveaway

I received product for review from Mimonis.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ. Before beginning any treatment for constipation or other digestive ailments, please consult your physician.
 
If you are a regular reader of my blog, you may know all about my digestive issues. I've had stomach problems for over a decade and it's caused me great misery at times. I'll just lay it out on the line and give you some details of what I go through. So heed the warning, it ain't pretty! My junior year of high school is when I first recall having stomach problems. Rather than having to raise my hand and wait for the teacher to excuse me to the restroom I was given a free pass to make a full run to the bathroom with no explanation needed. The problem is I can go up to two weeks without dropping a deuce. And when I do have to go, it's not a normal passing like normal folk. Oh no! It's diarrhea combined with severe stomach cramps combined with nausea combined with goosebumps. It's a full-on episode when I gotta go!  I have been able to control the stomach pain with a prescribed medication but still had the other problems.  I started taking Digestic a few weeks ago and have noticed an improvement. For real. 

Digestic is a new all-natural product that detoxifies, restores intestinal balance, aids digestion, and relieves the irregularities that so many people suffer either intermittently or chronically. Digestic is not a laxative and, furthermore, it is vegan, non-GMO, gluten-free and kosher.  It only contains five organic botanicals harvested at their peak on farms around the world.  Those five ingredients include Carica Papaya, Tree Wormwood, Fennel, Cardamom, and Aloe.  Digestic comes in the form of capsules and one bottle is enough for a 30 day supply.

By simply taking two pills a day, I've noticed that I'm more "regular". I've been loosely keeping track of how often I have a bowel movement and it's not as good as it should be but it's a lot better than its been in the past. I've only had one episode of the stomach attacks since taking Digestic.

I won't make any medical claims regarding the herbal supplements and I can't guarantee they'd solve your problems. What I can say is that I'll continue taking them because I've seen a change in how my digestive system works.  I recommend seeing a doctor if you have digestive issues or medical problems but I've personally noticed a great improvement in my digestive system since using Digestic.   
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25 comments:

Maryann D. said...

I do suffer from some digestive issues at times.
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heymissvirginia said...

Yes, I do suffer. I love that you are so open about it.
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aperry said...

I do not... My husband suffers greatly.

5webs said...

I do. And I have all my life. It is not severe, thank God, but it is disruptive enough to be noticeable to me and I am one of those people who needs to know where a bathroom is at all times "just in case".

Elena said...

Yes, I suffer from digestive issues

Unknown said...

I always have tummy trouble while traveling! Great post, Terra!

Kelly Skibbe said...

I am like you. I have had stomach problems since middle school. I get bouts of heavy acidic build up. Last summer, I thought something was so wrong I went to the doctor and she just gave me these horse pills that are acid reducers. I easily get stomach aches and I can also go awhile without a bm. It sucks!!!

Renee said...

I don't but my husband does. His misery is a little less than your misery though....

Sue Hull said...

I have GERD and IBS.I take prilosec for GERD and the IBS acts up every now & then.Your symptoms sound like exactly like mine when I was diagnosed with gallstones.IBS can cause those symptoms to.I know how you feel.Id like to try this.My daughter has it to.Im glad this has given you some relief. Thank you for the chance :)

Sue Hull said...

I have GERD and IBS.I take prilosec for GERD and the IBS acts up every now & then.Your symptoms sound like exactly like mine when I was diagnosed with gallstones.IBS can cause those symptoms to.I know how you feel.Id like to try this.My daughter has it to.Im glad this has given you some relief. Thank you for the chance :)

momo said...

I also have trouble with my digestive system too. I have had some problems for years now and I would like to give these a try to see if they help.

Unknown said...

I have had problems with my digestive tract for a few years now

AnnaZed said...

I do, but only occasionally. Mostly GERD related.
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Heather! said...

I do, but mostly as constipation. My husband, though...he has a lot of problems. He hasn't been diagnosed with anything yet, but we are waiting to find out what's going on with him. I think this might be just the product for him. Bit pricey, but if it works, well worth it, I'd say.

Leela said...

My husband does.

Unknown said...

No, I dont suffer from digestion problems

wen budro said...

Yes, I do suffer from digestive issues. I rely on supplements to keep them under control.

Jerry Marquardt said...

I would like to try this out when I have digestive problems. I like the review and can't wait to try it out.

lilyk said...

once in a while

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