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Bowel Trouble Kit

Tailored For Those Undergoing Chemotherapy And Radiotherapy

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To help people live better with cancer, we donate $1,000 to the American Cancer Society every month.

Why do people living with cancer recommend this product?

"Chia seeds are such a healthy ingredient to add to your food! I used them for almost everything. They also helped me regulate my bowels. Taking activated charcoal tablets helped relieve the excess gas I found I was suffering from due to the cancer drugs. It didn't stop it, but it helped control it."  

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About Bowel Trouble Kit

Irregular bowel function is often a side effect for people living with cancer. We understand how uncomfortable and frustrating this can be, so we've put together a bundle of items we believe will help with digestive function and bowel cleansing.

The bundle includes:

  • Lindens Oil of Peppermint Tablets (RRP £4.09): Many cancer treatments can cause bloatedness, wind and irregular bowel movement. Peppermint oil is widely used as a digestive aid, and an antispasmodic, helping alleviate these symptoms. 
  • Bragg's Charcoal Tablets (RRP £3.50): Bragg's Charcoal Tablets provides 100% natural relief for indigestion, wind and heartburn. These are possible side-effects you can experience from cancer ant its treatment. 
  • Chia seeds are excellent at helping to alleviate constipation and sluggish digestion by adding bulk and water to stools.  Chia seeds are high in fibre, as well as being rich in other beneficial nutrients.

Customer Reviews

  1. Heartburn indigestion tummy upset.

    IreneFriday, 01 December 2017

    My dr in France prescribed carbosymag which was charcoal based and it definitely helps with all the symptoms described. Haven’t tried these, but would think it is similar.