Relieve Embarrasing Gas and Belching Naturally

What is flatulence?

Flatulence is an excess of gas in the digestive tract, particularly the stomach and intestines. This can cause bloating and abdominal pain, excessive belching and passing of wind. It is normal for a certain amount of gas to end up in the digestive system and be expelled by belching or flatus (passing wind).

However, for many people - particularly those who have an excess of these symptoms - flatulence can be an embarrassing problem. Many people who suffer from excessive flatulence and digestive gas have to constantly watch what they eat, no longer able to enjoy their favorite foods for fear of causing gas.

What causes flatulence?

There are several factors that can cause an excess of gas in the digestive system. Certain foods in the diet are known to increase gas and flatulence. Swallowing air during eating, talking and day to day life will also increase the amount of gas in the gut.

In certain people, excessive gas may be an indication of a medical condition such as lactose intolerance or inflammatory bowel disease.

Some of the most notorious foods for producing excess gas are vegetables like cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli (cruciferous vegetables), beans, pulses and whole grains, carbonated beverages and most foods that are high in dietary fiber, especially refined fiber.

Smoking, chewing gum, ill-fitting dentures, eating in a hurry or being nervous or anxious can all increase the amount of air that a person swallows and, in turn, lead to flatulence and the associated symptoms.

When proper digestion is hampered by disorders like IBS, Crohn�s disease or any deficiency in normal digestive enzymes, flatulence is a common result as excess gas is produced by the gut. Lactose intolerance is also particularly known for causing wind as these individuals lack the enzyme for breaking down lactose - a sugar found in milk and dairy products.

Another cause of excess digestive gas is candida overgrowth in the gut. Candida is an organism that occurs naturally in the digestive tract, but can multiply under certain conditions resulting in candida overgrowth and an imbalance in intestinal flora. Candida releases a large number of toxins, resulting in intestinal gas, fatigue and fungal infections like thrush. Causes of candida overgrowth include antibiotic use, excessive dietary sugar and weakened immune functioning.

How is flatulence and belching usually treated?

Although prescription and over-the-counter medications are not commonly used to control flatulence and wind, your doctor or health care provider will be able to exclude any underlying medical causes for flatulence.

Some OTC preparations are available to release gas from the digestive tract by precipitating belching. While this may produce momentary relief, it does not address the underlying causes.

What is Gasolve Relief?

Gasolve Relief is a 100% safe and effective natural remedy for treating flatulence and belching. Just a few drops in a little water or juice will help to settle digestive gas and bring fast relief from flatulence and belching.

Use Gasolve Relief To:

* Reduce the symptoms of flatulence and wind
* Treat excessive belching
* Prevent bloating, cramps and digestive discomfort
* Maintain digestive health and help with the symptoms of digestive disorders

What are the Ingredients?

This remedy contains the following herbal and homeopathic ingredients:

Carbo. veg. (30C) is a homeopathic remedy well known for its positive effect on digestion, including treatment of flatulence and wind. Carbo. veg. is excellent for absorbing excess gas and toxins in the body and is particularly effective for individuals who suffer from indigestion, sporadic constipation and diarrhea, sour belching, wind and bloating. This remedy will stimulate healthy digestion and circulation and will even relieve fatigue.

Foeniculum officinale (Fennel) helps to relieve the symptoms of gas and bloating and also acts as a digestive aid. Fennel can assist in detoxification and prevent a rumbling stomach, as well as many digestive discomforts. Since medieval times this herb has been taken after meals to prevent flatulence, indigestion and colic.

Zingiber officinalis (Ginger) has a long history of medicinal use in traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic (Indian) medicine. Modern research confirms its effectiveness in relieving the symptoms of indigestion, flatulence and nausea. Zingiber works mostly in the digestive system by boosting digestive juices and strengthening the process of digestion. Ginger has strong anti-inflammatory and pain relieving properties.

Arctium lappa (Burdock) is well-known as an herbal blood purifier and system cleanser. Taking Burdock will effectively detoxify the digestive system, strengthen weak digestion, relieve wind, distension (bloating), constipation and indigestion.

This remedy contains less than 1% pure pharmaceutical grade ethanol when diluted as directed and is free of gluten and artificial flavors, colorants and preservatives.

How has Gasolve Relief helped others?

“I have had a problem with wind for as long as I can remember and have tried everything to control it. The older I get the worse it seems. I never touch beans or cabbage (or anything else like that) and still have such an excess of gas that it is embarrassing even around my own family. Since using your Gasolve Relief I can honestly say I have far less wind. No more feeling like a blown-up balloon or having to excuse myself whenever I�m in company due to excess wind. This product is really great- thank you!” - Leanne

“I must admit that it was my wife who ordered this remedy for me. I think she was at her wits end, but I�m really grateful that she did though. I’ve noticed drastic improvement in that gassy feeling I used to get after eating and I pass much less wind in general. I feel great and my wife seems relieved!” - Dale T.

“Being lactose intolerant has made me prone to flatulence even when I don�t eat foods that are obvious culprits like dairy. I decided to give Gasolve Relief a try and have been pleasantly surprised at the results. Not only do I produce less gas these days but I have also noticed a decrease in feelings of indigestion and bloating. I am very pleased with the effects of this natural remedy - thanks.” - Tamara

How do I use Gasolve Relief?

Gasolve Relief comes in a convenient tincture (drop) form and is taken diluted in water or juice.


Adults and Teenagers: 15 - 20 drops in approximately 1/4 cup water or juice three times daily. An additional dose may be taken at the first signs of acute symptoms.

Children: One drop per age year of the child.

Caution: Safety during pregnancy and nursing has not yet been established.

Note: Use together with Gastronic Dr. for maximum effect in chronic cases. Our Candidate Drops are also recommended for people who suspect candida overgrowth as a cause of their flatulence.

How long until I see results?

Most people will experience improvement within the first few days of taking Gasolve Relief.

How long will a bottle last?

One 50 ml bottle will last approximately 30 days at chronic dosage.

A 90 day supply is offered at a discount

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