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... Thats what DGL stands for . ... (13 replies)
... I just take an orange peel extract and it goes away.. .beats the heck out of taking nexium or aciphex everyday. I tried both of those with no luck.. I tried DGL, Aloe Vera, Apple Cider Vinegar.. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks for your reply. I'm on about 90 mg twice a day of an H2 blocker, ranitidine, so I haven't fully controlled my symptoms, but I'm down from 450 mg once a day and 60 mg of Dexilant, so there's definitely a lot of progress. I don't think the herbs are responsible for that though, I went down slowly off of the meds for over 2 years. I think you can get fenugreek seeds... (2 replies)

... This is what I do: Dietary changes and supplements for gastritis: 1. Reduce or eliminate if possible acidic and acid forming foods like tomato products, coffee, tea, most citrus fruits(some say lemon is OK), reduce alcohol, and spicy foods like onion and garlic and peppers. Yes, I know - life is not worth living without onion and garlic, but this is only temporary until... (7 replies)
Jan 2, 2014
... Tammykinz, all the PPIs, like Nexium, can cause other digestive problems. Since they prevent the production of 90-99% of the stomach acid you need to properly metabolize food and begin the absorption of certain vitamins and minerals, that puts a greater load on the your small intestines to finish the digestive process. Thus you feel the cramps and pains of your duodenum... (5 replies)
... ast 4 inches, and don't eat or drink within 3 hours of bed time to help prevent further nighttime reflux. Eat and drink anti inflammatory foods, like raw honey, DGL licorice, aloe vera juice, Bowsellia extract, and carrot juice, to help heal the gastritis. ... (8 replies)
... I was also diagnosed with gastritis through a endoscope. So I understand how all of you feel with the naseau and stomach pain . So I have some suggestion that you might try that May or may not help just depends on how you react. Ginger root extract 3 X day Turmeric supplements. 400 mg 3 X day DGL ultra before food And a very good probiotic twice daily I alternate... (4 replies)
... So if you have had everything check and your Gerds has not cause any massive damage IE Barrett's First thing you have to do is get it under control first to where you feel ok then you can start to work to your lowest dose possibly this is not going to happen overnight and do not push it until your body is if that means 2 PPI a day then once your under control go... (4 replies)
... The thing that helped me the most was DGL licorice root extract. ... (17 replies)
... Hello Everyone: I wanted to share my path for dealing with acid reflux and GERD without taking PPI's. I had digestion difficulties since 2010 when my gallbladder was removed. Taking digestive enzymes with my meals seemed to help but I had to stay on a low fat diet and this was good overall. In May of 2012 I started having burning in my chest, my esophogus and a radiating... (1 replies)
... Hi All, I developed severe acid reflux about a year ago. I had hearburn ALL DAY, virtually EVERY DAY. It did not seem to matter that I stayed away from all common trigger foods. I elevated the head of my bed so much that I used to slide off the end at night. I did everything I was "supposed" to do and nothing helped. So my doctor prescribed me lansoprazole. It definitely... (12 replies)
... I suggest DGL which is a form of licorice that does not cause a rise in your blood pressure like regular licorice. You can purchase it at any healthfood store. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Furiousracer: So sorry you are dealing with heartbun and reflux at such a young age. My symptoms did not hit until my early fifties. Suggestions: Start cutting back on food portions and cut back on your workouts for just a bit. Make sure you workout on an empty stomach and not after you eat to make sure that food is not getting pushed back up into your esophagus.... (6 replies)
... I wish I could say Magnesium cured my reflux! I take 250 mg of Magnesium citrate twice a day along with my calcium and vitamin D3. My type of reflux is related to the LES not closing properly or not closing properly sometimes. I don't know if magnesium can help with that or not. But after reading about magnesium, I figured it sounded like a good supplement to take,... (20 replies)
... I am much like you. I have tried all sorts of natural remedies and they do not seem to help much or do what they promise. I have done two rounds of D-Limonene (the orange peel extract) without much success. The box claims one round will relieve heartburn for up to six months. I have tried apple cider vinegar with the mother. It made my heartburn worse! Dairy definitely... (15 replies)
... Read licorice will CURE Acid Reflux. I just purchase a bottle today. Called DGL chewable licorice extract. Hope it works for me and you! ... (16 replies)
... ;)Was able to relieve and eliminate my Acid Reflux taking two chewable tablets of DGL (Deglycyrrhizinated Licorice Root Extract) before each meal. Every once and awhile I still will chew two tablets before a meal especially something that might be acidity like a tomato sauce which seems to cause my Acid Reflux to act up. I no longer think about taking these... (2 replies)
... I was diagnosed with Gerd about 2 years ago. I believe it is of the LPR variety. My symptoms are : Chest pain(especially when I bend over or sit upright on a chair the train for example).A few weeks ago it was a week of coughing (especially at night where I could'nt sleep).The coughing subsided to just the odd episode (which would be brought on by exerting myself... (2 replies)
... I think actual licorice extract has something in it that raised blood pressure, from what I understand the DGL does not have this item in it so there is no risk in raising blood pressure. ... (13 replies)
... I guess I'm the only one. I found some dried orange slices at trader joes and they were wonderful, taste great and helped with my digestion better than the vinegar. However, they aren't selling them now, and don't know when they'll get the again, so now I'm on the hunt. (14 replies)

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