RezVera counteracts the effects of gastritis
Online PR News – 21-August-2012 – Grandville/Michigan – Millions of Americans suffer each year from digestive ailments like stomach bloating, cramps, and gastritis, resulting in untold millions being spent on doctor’s visits, hospitalizations, and ineffective treatment that ignore a far simpler remedy to many common digestive ailments. A new, all-natural supplement called RezVera may present an option to relieve many of these digestive problems at a fraction of the expense.
“Symptoms from Gastritis are indicative of classic gastrointestinal distress,” a RezVera company spokesperson said recently. “When the lining of the stomach is upset by bacteria or other contaminants, or becomes inflamed, then RezVera and aloe vera offer a perfect remedy.”
According to the Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research, Gastritis “describes a group of conditions with one thing in common: inflammation of the lining of the stomach. The inflammation of gastritis is often the result of infection with the same bacterium that causes most stomach ulcers. However, other factors — such as injury, regular use of certain pain relievers or drinking too much alcohol — also can contribute to gastritis.”
Aloe Vera has been a staple of traditional medicine around the world for hundreds of years, and is widely recognized for medicinal properties that address many conditions, including burns, eczema, mouth and stomach ulcers, and most recently as a natural treatment for bowel and digestive issues. Many of these claims are now supported by scientific research – more than 200 scientific research papers have been published globally on the efficacy of Aloe Vera regarding its anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and anti-viral properties of the plant. Perhaps more importantly, the RezVera spokesman said, Aloe Vera juice is said to relieve symptoms from Gastritis and other common gastrointestinal ailments.
Many supplements come in powder or liquid form that have to be mixed – sometimes with other ingredients – before they can be used, but RezVera comes in tablets. Using it as simple as taking two tablets with water once or twice daily before meals, and the same regimen can be followed as necessary until symptoms subside. RezVera has no known side effects but the spokesman encouraged users to read the packaging in the event they are allergic to anything in the product.
Many satisfied customers have praised RezVera for its fast acting benefits, including Sean W. who said, “I used to get an upset stomach quite often, especially if I ate spicy foods. I do a lot of international travelling, and diarrhea in a foreign country is a killer. RezVera has made all those problems go away.”
RezVera is a breakthrough supplement designed for those suffering from IBS and related symptoms. It uses a combination of Aloe Vera and 18 all-natural enzymes to help return the digestive system to natural working order. For more details, visit http://rezvera.com.