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Gail's Story : Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

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Gail's Story : Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Gail's Story.

A few weeks ago, one of our STRESSRX® team members received an envelope with the words "My Testimony" written on the front. Inside, there was a piece of yellow legal paper with these words of hope: 

"These last few years, I found myself developing symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).

The unexpected and suddenness of any stressful event would lead to all sorts of ways to prevent an episode. I'd tried over-the-counter (OTC) capsules, powders, and pills -- but nothing prevented it from happening. I dreaded the sudden and embarrassing times of extreme need for privacy wherever I was.

I even tried omitting certain foods, at first. Eventually, I got to the point where I would not eat anything at all— if I knew I would not be in my home. It seemed to become a mental thing as much as a physical one. 

On the road... in the car... I would plan where I could make a stop if an emergency should arise. This fear became a factor in every trip - completely omitting the pleasure of travel. I became resigned to this and ate or fasted accordingly. 

But then, my dear little granddaughter gave me a bottle of STRESSRX® with the suggestion that it might help me during a time of sadness and loss. 

Within 6 weeks of taking this product, it has not only improved my vitality (my garden is beautiful) but I no longer have the devastating symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). 

I have even allowed myself to eat things that used to be guaranteed triggers for my bad digestive symptoms. I am still cautious because of the years of dismay that have taught me to be so, but the only things that have changed this pattern of horror in my life are the little capsules in my STRESSRX® bottle. 

Needless to say, I recommend this product to anyone who is having any distress or digestive trouble - just try it for 6 weeks... It has changed my life."

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