The research isn't solid enough for me to recommend.
Pretty sure it never will be iPoop. It will never receive the millions in funding to research it to the degree that pharmaceuticals get. The ROI just isn't there to research a plant that grows like a weed. Until then we go by what little clinical research has been done and hearsay.
Of course get regular testing. Whether on meds or alternatives, get tested. The one most notable risk factor is liver dysfunction, which I've been tested for twice and passed both times. In a few months I'll test it again. I'm almost due for a colonoscopy and will report back here. We have a chronic illness, be smart, get tested.
Thanks iPoop...hard to imagine if it was such an effective remedy that it would not be more mainstream. Still curious to hear from those who took it in earlier years. Maybe they're feeling better and not logging in!
It will never be "mainstream". There's a reason why fresh mountain air in a can isn't "mainstream" (except in some smoggy regions of China). The profit margins simply aren't there. Providers are seeing the opportunity though. A few months ago Treasures of the East Qing Dai was $35 a bottle now it's $65.... wonder why. Good news is there are still plenty of cheap sources out there, and it can be grown. More people are trying it and chiming in, but most people just will never be convinced. Without millions in research and a greenlight from their doctor, they will never be convinced.