IBS Urgency harnesses the therapeutic potential of five probiotic strains, with proline-rich polypeptides from colostrum. IBS Urgency could help reduce the duration of diarrhea in those with irritable bowel syndrome. Helps support intestinal/gastrointestinal health.
IBS Urgency delivers 10 billion colony-forming units of five probiotic strains that are critical components of the diverse community of microbes that populate healthy, well-balanced intestines. These probiotic strains of the Bifidobacteria and Lactobacilli genera are necessary for optimal intestinal and immune-system function. Altered microflora from broad-spectrum antibiotic use is among the more common causes of IBS symptoms that respond positively to probiotic therapy.
The 180 mg of colostrum (standardized to 8% proline-rich polypeptides) amplifies the benefits of IBS Urgency, by its role in the promotion of the growth of B. infantis; this beneficial strain is the first probiotic to inhabit the infant’s intestinal tract, and is considered by many as the single most important beneficial bacteria within human intestines.
The water-based PH5D natural enteric-coated vegetable capsule survives harsh stomach acids to deliver 100% of the therapeutic benefits of each capsule of IBS Urgency.
Directions of Use
Adults: Take 2 capsules daily or as directed by your health care practitioner. If you are taking antibiotics, take this product at least 2–3 hours before or after them. Consult a health-care practitioner for use beyond 5 weeks.
Source of probiotics. Helps support intestinal/gastrointestinal health. Could promote favourable gut flora. Each PH5D natural water-based enteric-coated vegetable capsule is protected from stomach acids and delivers 100% potency of the following 5 strains of 10 billion live active healthy whole cells to the intestines:
Other ingredients: Vegetable magnesium stearate, ascorbic acid, potato starch, inulin, and arabinogalactan (A.O.S.) in a non‑GMO vegetable capsule composed of vegetable carbohydrate gum, purified water, and a water‑based enteric coating.