Digestion Health is important to your overall health. If your digestive system becomes unbalanced, then the rest of your body will soon become affected, like lack of sleep and energy, your skin will breakout, and bowel movements will change. In traditional chinese medicine, the most important organs are the liver, kidneys, spleen, and the stomach. Stress on the liver can later cause your stomach and spleen to become affected. When the liver begins to put stress on your spleen, it can cause symptoms like irritability, pain, and loss of appetite. Because the stress from liver will also cause digestive problems for the stomach like acid reflux, nausea, burping, and vomiting. Another ancient diagnosis is “Stomach Fire,” which is when there is so much heat in your stomach it causes increased hunger. Symptoms include bad breath, acid reflux, and bleeding gums.
The herbs in the Digestion… belch formula work together to relieve stomach discomfort by
improving digestion, supporting healthy bowel movements, and easing fullness.
BioTerra Herbs provides healthy, drug free supplements that are as active as you are. These symptom-based herbs not only help your body’s natural healing process, but also help your quality of life and health.*
Organs of Importance:
Because the stomach as the vital organ in digestion, the stomach plays a key role energy production
through nutrient and calorie absorption. Improving stomach function is a necessary part of
The liver’s main job is to filter the blood coming from the digestive tract, before passing
it to the rest of the body. The liver also detoxifies chemicals and metabolizes drugs. The liver
functions as a part of the immune system and plays an important role in maintaining health.
So live better by maximizing your body’s effectiveness with BioTerra Herbs because it’s hard to climb life’s mountains upside down! For more on digestion please click here to visit our blog.
Symptoms of an unhealthy digestive tract
● Nausea & Vomiting
● Irritable Bowel System
Tips for a healthier digestive system
● High fiber diet
● Eat lean meats
● Stay Hydrated
● Exercise regularly
● Manage Stress
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