by Designs for Health
- Mastic Gum — a resinous substance from a tree originally native to the island of Chios in Greece, it has a long history of use in the Mediterranean and Middle East regions of the world -where for centuries it has been chewed like gum for the treatment of stomach pain
- Methylmethionine Sulfonium Chloride — a derivative of methionine found in raw cabbage, it is often referred to as “vitamin u” because of its history of treating peptic ulcers. The use of raw cabbage juice has been studied extensively, particularly in Russia and other countries of the former Soviet Union, for the healing of damaged and eroded intestinal mucosa.
- Deglycyrrhizinated Licorice (DGL) — a well established anti-ulceration and mucosal healing botanical
- Zinc Carnosine — chosen due to exciting literature that has been emerging showing the impressive anti-H. pylori, mucosal protective and anti-ulcerative properties of this compound -including the ability to protect the intestinal lining against damage due to indomethacin and other strong anti-inflammatory medications often associated with intestinal mucosal damage
- Vitamin C — providing anti-H. pylori activity and tissue healing abilities