Digesterin or Digesterol?

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   Posted 4/7/2006 8:50 PM (GMT -7)   
I have looked up some homeopathic remedies such as Digesterin and Digesterol and the websites claim to help suppress or eliminate IBS symptoms... Has anyone tried these and they worked? Or are these bogus?

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   Posted 4/7/2006 9:03 PM (GMT -7)   
I never tried either one however I do remember seeing a web page for one of them (don't remember which) and I saw the word "cure" and immediately got turned off. I think that the best thing to do is get a list of their ingredients, talk about it with your doc and if all is well, give it a try. You never know when you will find that one regimine that helps you. Also calcium carbonate has helped many on here with D so you may want to give that a try also given that you can take calcium supplements safely. Let us know how it goes. Take care
I believe that digesterol is the same thing formerly known as Molocure (an aloe supplement).  We have had discussions on that therapy and we had a range of opinions and experiences.

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   Posted 4/11/2006 12:09 PM (GMT -7)   
Dear IBS sufferer,
I was having another episode when in desperation I turned to the web. I came across Digesterol and ordered my 1 months supply. After 1 week I started feeling good. Symptoms subsided. 2 weeks and I knew this was for me. I have ordered my 6 month supply and plan on taking it religiously.
for me it seems to be the magic bullet. I take a pill with my 2 major meals. The claim is a cure after 6 months use. We shall see. Have been taking
it for 6 weeks and feel great. I also plan a big trip this summer .

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   Posted 4/11/2006 1:14 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi polaris,
Welcome to HW! :-)
Thanks for sharing your experience with Digesterol. It sounds fantasitc, maybe I'll try that next.
Best of luck to you...
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   Posted 11/6/2006 6:37 PM (GMT -7)   

I have used the Digesterol product as suggested for IBS (which I have suffered with for 20 or more years off/on).  I really had increased troubles again in the past 4 years and was creating great anxiety and lifestyle changes (social isolation) and was getting desperate and trying everything from the "white diet" to not eating when I knew I'd be in "situations" I couldn't control, saw doctors who put me on something that didn't do a thing, tried probiotic pearls (which gave me profuse D after 3 days), yogurt even though I'm lactose intolerant (bad idea!) and to no avail, I grasped at straws and pout in my order for Digesterol, which stated you really needed to take for 6 months to see success.  I see for some, it was the magic pill.  Not for me.  6 months later, no different than before.  Wish I could say, "mission accomplished", but hardly.

My biggest embarrassment is the foul, horrible gas I experience and stomach cramps.  It can come on at any time, even if I have had nothing to eat.  After reading some of these messages, it sounds like I may have a bad bacteria problem but, other than probiotics (which cause me D and can cause gas...which I sure don't need more of!) and yogurt which dairy is a problem for me...I am literally exhausted ideas!  Anybody have a clue for me?  I know it was not Digesterol and some $150. later.  Sorry.

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