Irritable bowel syndrome (5)

Ask Dr. Chris about IBS

G’day Dr. Chris

I take super shots daily as I was having trouble with my stomach IBS. I now also take it for general health as most of my IBS symptoms have been alleviated. I also use the super balm and skin recovery cream for fissures and other things like cuts sunburn etc.

My favourite though is the Supershots I think it’s great I look forward to taking it. Thanks for making such great products and I hope they continue to be made for many years to come. Just love the products, my wife would vouch for that.

A. F. Australia. 26 January, 2014

I take 5ml a day of your supershots and think its great and it seems to have settled down my IBS.

A. F. Australia. 27 February, 2013

The reason I started taking the Supershots was that many years ago I was diagnosed with IBS . I have found that I do get relief with the Supershots.

W. C. Australia. 11 October, 2012

I’ve been using the Supershots as well as the Superbalm and seeing some results. The IBS has improved.  I now have less grumbling and gas going on in the stomach.  I also have had much improvement with the hemorrhoids.   I will continue to take the Supershots as well as using the Superbalm.

Cant wait for total recovery… Thanks.

B. L. USA. 25 October, 2011

Yes Wheatgrass shots work!

From about 17 I started having severe cramps in my stomach on average about once a week. It lasted a few years getting worse and worse until I went to the doctor hoping it wasn’t anything serious. The doc advised me that I had Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and while it was not serious the only option was to take some pills to take away the pain, however I had to wait for an attack before I could take the medication.

After hearing my complaints for a few months my father was fed up and gave me a bottle of the Wheatgrass shots. Torn between needing some relief and not wanting to prove my dad was right, I gave in and started taking a shot a day. After a few months I started to notice something, from the first week of taking the shots I had not had an attack. The pills sitting on my dresser weren’t touched and are now in the bin. It is going on 2 years now and I still continue to take the shots. However I haven’t told my dad yet.

G. M. Melbourne. 28 October, 2009