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Digestion Support
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49.99
H-Flux is an all-natural supplement that is formulated with a blend of 12 specific enzymes that aids digestive system functionality and helps protect the delicate lining of your esophagus from harsh stomach acids.
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Active Ingredients

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Caraway

Caraway has been used traditionally for digestive problems such as heartburn, bloating, and gas, etc. It is high in a few volatile constituents known as carvone and limonene, it also high in polyphenols. Caraway helps with gastrointestinal motility and it acts as an anti-inflammatory which can help regulate the gastric acid production and has been very beneficial in those that suffer with GERD or heartburn. Other uses for this herb include issues such as irritable bowel syndrome, bloating and intestinal cramps. It has been found that caraway has some anti-microbial properties that help support the development of beneficial intestinal bacteria while helping to eliminate some of the pathogenic bacteria in the intestines that can cause these issues.

Dandelion Root

is a power packed root with a ton of astonishing health benefits, some of its key actions include stimulating the production of digestive enzymes, acting as a diuretic and aiding in detoxification. Dandelion is rich in iron, potassium and other vitamins and the root tends to carry a lot of benefits. The root has been used as a prebiotic to help support the gut flora and has been also used in early stages of diabetes to help stimulate the release of insulin. Dandelion can also help to balance the pH of the stomach if there is excess acidity. It also protects the gut from inflammation because it contains compounds such as flavones, luteolin and luteolin-7-o-glucoside which all help to modulate the production of inflammatory proteins and reduce inflammation. One study found that dandelion root was able to neutralize the action of some harmful peroxides in the tissues and reduce damage to various parts of the body this was due to one of its compounds known as lyophihilisate.

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Fennel

Fennel is a simple but powerful vegetable, traditionally it has been used for its diuretic and milk promoting properties but it also is an anti-spasmatic, pain reducer, fever reducer, and it promotes gastric motility. Fennel has been shown to help relax the smooth muscle lining in the digestive track to aid in digestion it also helps with expelling trapped gas and killing some of the bacteria that contribute to intestinal dysbiosis. Fennel has also been shown to work well with other herbs when mixed together it can help reduce intestinal spasms and reduce the inflammation and burning in the gastrointestinal tract. Using fennel before or after a meal has been shown to help with bloating, indigestion, and gas. The enzymes in fennel also help with the efficient breakdown of food.

Gentian
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Gentian has the major constituents that are bitters which are gentiopicroside, swertiamarine, gentiopicroside, gentianose,  and, gentiamarin, etc. Gentian Is used for its gastric stimulant properties, it has cholagogue properties which means it promotes the discharge of bile and sialogogue properties which means it stimulates the secretion of saliva. This herb has been used for centuries as a digestive aid and as an antifungal it does have some anti-inflammatory properties and immunomodulating properties as well. It works so well because it is a bitter and the taste buds on the tongue have bitter receptors that act on the TAS2R16 receptor which traditionally humans evolved to have this receptor as a protective mechanism to prevent the ingestion of toxic substances but when bitters react with this receptor in places like the gut, liver, or the pancreas it stimulates a healthy digestion by increasing digestive secretions which helps to better absorb nutrients from the food. The secretion of digestive enzymes due to the ingestion of a bitter is the way the body  protects itself, by secreting digestive enzymes to breakdown the potentially toxic substance however these herbs have become very useful in treating digestive issues because of their bitter properties.

Globe Artichoke
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Globe artichoke: Artichokes are a great source of vitamin C, polyphenols, it also contains a constituent known as cynarin which helps with proficient bile flow. It is also used for its rich antioxidant profile. Artichoke contains  luteolin, chlorogenic acid, It’s also rich in minerals such as potassiummagnesiumcalcium, sodium, zinccopper, and manganese. Some studies show that it may help improve conditions such as IBS, and gut bacterial imbalance. Artichoke also helps improve liver enzymes and help with bile secretion to help with proper food breakdown

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Goldenseal

Is used as an immune booster and for its antibiotic properties, it has also been used for heartburn and GERD cases. Since goldenseal is known for its anti-bacterial properties a few studies have shown it to be effective against the bacteria known as H pylori which is a bacteria that can damage the lining of the stomach and even cause stomach ulcers. The berberine and goldenseal has also been shown to help other parts of the intestines from pathogenic bacteria

Barberry Bark

Barberry, traditionally was used to treat peptic ulcers, intestinal issues, ete. It contains constituents known as isoquinoline alkaloids such as berberine which has various health promoting benefits it has also been shown to stimulate bile secretion which is responsible for a healthy digestion and breakdown of carbohydrates and fats. It is a bitter that helps with lymphatic and urinary health as well. Barberry helps prevent against acid reflux attacks by promoting the digestive enzyme section and bile flow.

Bitter Melon

Is a rich source of antioxidants, polyphenols, flavonoids, and other anti-inflammatory compounds. The bitter taste due to the bitter bioactive compounds such as the saponin's and terpenoids have been shown to help improve blood glucose utilization by helping the body utilize insulin a lot more efficiently in the bitter compounds also help aid in digestion. It is rich in other nutrients such as vitamins A, C, iron.

Turmeric Root

Turmeric Root- Some studies show that the active constituent in turmeric, known as curcumin can accumulate in the gastrointestinal tissues and help combat inflammation. A 2007 study found that antioxidants and anti-inflammatory herbs can help treat the inflammation involved with acid reflux, and GERD. Another study found that the anti-inflammatory components in turmeric can help prevent esophageal inflammation which is a primary concern of those that suffer with acid reflux and GERD. More research shows that the antitumor, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties of curcumin have been known to help treat digestive track issues and protect the gut from damage caused by over the counter pain reliever medications. Curcumin has also been shown to help promote a healthy diverse gut population.

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Yellow
Dock

Yellow dock-has be used in cases where excess stomach acid is produced which can cause acid reflux or an abundance of acid. It has also been used for digestive track issues, skin issues, liver and skin issues. Yellow dock is usually combined with two primary herbs, burdock root for synergistic effects. Yellow dock is also effective for promoting a healthy bowel movement and improving the flow of bile to aid in better digestion. It also increased saliva production from the salivary glands to prepare for the breakdown of food.

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Sarsaparilla and Cascara Sagrada Bark

Sarsaparilla and Cascara Sagrada Bark: The saponins in both in both of these plants makes them synergistic herbs with synergistic effects which means that they help to increase the bioavailability and absorption of other herbs.