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IBS Rescue D&M

IBS Rescue D&M

IBS Rescue D&M is a clinically proven formula with validated bacterial strains of L.rhamnosus GG + S.boulardii CN... See More
Regularizes bowel movements
Eases abdominal cramps
Nurtures gut microbiome
Relieves diarrhea and watery stools
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IBS Rescue C | Relieves IBS
IBS Rescue C | Relieves IBS

IBS Rescue is a clinically proven formula with validated bacterial strains like Bifidobacterium Longum W11 that soothe the stress-sensitive gut, regularize bowel movements and helps relieve chronic constipation, bloating, gas and abdominal discomfort.

Suitable for

Abdominal pain

Bowel movement

Bloating & gas

When to Consume

Once a day

30 mins after a meal

Regularizes bowel movements
Fights chronic constipation
Eases abdominal cramps
Relieves Bloating
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IBS Rescue D&M
IBS Rescue D&M

IBS Rescue D&M is a clinically proven formula with validated bacterial strains of L.rhamnosus GG + S.boulardii CNCM I 3799 that soothe the stress-sensitive gut, regularises bowel movements and helps relieve mixed typed symptoms of chronic constipation and diarrhea along with abdominal discomfort.
Regularizes bowel movements
Fights chronic constipation
Eases abdominal cramps
Relieves Bloating
Size
Easy Returns
COD Available
Fast Delivery
View full details
Size

Do you have these Symptoms?

  • Do you have sudden urges to use the washroom?
  • Do you experience loose stools?
  • Do you have alternating diarrhea and constipation?

Treat the root cause with IBS Rescue D&M

The gut microbiota is thought to be a key factor in causing IBS, as evidenced by higher rates of IBS after intestinal infection or antibiotic use. Research shows alterations in the intestinal microbiota in people with IBS. Disturbances in the brain-gut axis, along with dysbiosis, may be involved in IBS's development, with the gut microbiome influencing these changes. Some studies propose that low-grade inflammation in the gut could contribute to IBS symptoms in certain individuals, with abnormal immune responses triggering issues like diarrhea or abdominal pain.

Identifiable microorganisms linked to an unhealthy microbiome contribute to inflammation and dysbiosis, exacerbating symptoms associated with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Dysbiosis, an imbalance in gut microbiota, triggers an abnormal immune response, with changes in bacterial composition stimulating pro-inflammatory signals, potentially resulting in gut inflammation. Most cells, integral to allergic and inflammatory responses, can be activated, releasing histamine and other inflammatory mediators that contribute to IBS symptoms such as diarrhea and abdominal pain.

Further, Probiotics can help in managing IBS by:

Probiotics, the good bacteria, can benefit those with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) by fighting harmful microorganisms, reducing inflammation, and strengthening the protective lining of the gut. They also help balance the immune system, reducing overactive responses that lead to inflammation and discomfort. Probiotics contribute to a stronger gut barrier, preventing harmful substances from entering the gut tissues. This supports overall gut health and helps manage IBS symptoms.

Probiotics work best when accompanied by healthy diet and lifestyle choices. Here are some reminders:

Consider a low FODMAP diet under supervision of a clinical nutritionist:
Foods low in FODMAPs include rice, oats, certain fruits (e.g., berries, oranges), and certain vegetables (e.g., carrots, zucchini).

Small and Frequent Meals:
Eat smaller, more frequent meals rather than large, heavy ones. This can be easier on your digestive system.

Add Soluble Fiber:
Focus on food to get more soluble fiber, try oats and oatmeal, natural applesauce (no added sugar), lentils, pears, finely ground flaxseeds (not whole), barley, and white rice.

Watch what you drink:
Alcohol and caffeine can stimulate your intestines, which may cause diarrhea. Carbonated drinks can produce gas.

Watch what you drink:
Alcohol and caffeine can stimulate your intestines, which may cause diarrhea. Carbonated drinks can produce gas.

Still Need Help ??

Book a Free Consultation with our expert nutritionist team.

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L.rhamnosus GG + S.boulardii CNCM I 3799

One of the first microbes known to colonise your gut, it plays a vital role in alleviating abdominal pain and bloating. This resilient bacterial strain offers significant relief from conditions such as IBS, diarrhoea, and constipation. Moreover, it actively reduces the risk of gastrointestinal infections.

Liquorice extract

A plant-based fibre that’s a good source of energy. It stimulvr levels.

Ginger extract

Well-known as a digestive aid, it relaxes the muscles in your bowels, relieving pain and discomfort. It improves the flow of bile, which helps your body break down fats, and relieves nausea. Additionally, peppermint extract has also been found to soothe muscle pain and common cold symptoms.

A clear sign that there is imbalance in certain species in your microbiome and the digestive process in not in great shape. This imbalance could have occurred over a period of time due to various factors including poor diet, high sugar levels, antibiotics, stress or even genetics.

Do you have these Symptoms?

  • Do you have Irregular Bowels ?
  • Do you often feel bloating, Excessive Gas and inflammation in the abdomen?
  • Do you have Chronic constipation?

Treat the root cause with IBS Rescue

IBS is associated with abnormal gut motility, which can lead to symptoms like constipation. The muscles in the intestinal walls may contract too strongly or too weakly, resulting in irregular bowel movements. Some research suggests that low-grade inflammation in the gut may contribute to IBS symptoms in some individuals. Abnormal immune responses in the gut may trigger symptoms like abdominal pain, Bloating, and gases.

Dysbiosis, or an imbalance in the gut microbiota, can lead to an abnormal immune response. Changes in the composition of gut bacteria can stimulate the immune system to produce pro-inflammatory signals, potentially leading to inflammation within the gut. Most cells are immune cells that play a role in allergic and inflammatory responses. Activation of most cells can lead to the release of histamine and other inflammatory mediators, contributing to symptoms like diarrhea and abdominal pain.

Further, Probiotics can help in managing IBS by:

Probiotics can influence the immune system in the gut. They can stimulate the production of anti-inflammatory cytokines and regulate the immune response. In some cases, this immune regulation can reduce the overactive immune responses that contribute to inflammation and most cell activation. Probiotics may help improve the integrity of the gut barrier, reducing its permeability. This can prevent the passage of harmful substances from the gut lumen into the intestinal tissue, which could be a trigger for mast cell activation and inflammation. A stronger gut barrier can help maintain gut health.

In addition to the medications. IBS also requires nutrition support in the form of Probiotics and other nutrients. The supergut powder works best when accompanied by a healthy diet and lifestyle choices. Here are some reminders:

Low FODMAP food :
Foods low in FODMAPs include rice, oats, certain fruits (e.g., berries, oranges), and certain vegetables (e.g., carrots, zucchini).

Lean Proteins:
Opt for lean protein sources such as poultry, fish, tofu, and legumes. Protein can help regulate blood sugar and promote satiety.

Healthy Fats:
Choose unsaturated fats like olive oil, avocados, and nuts over saturated and trans fats. These fats can help improve insulin sensitivity and reduce the risk of heart disease.

Regular Exercise:
Engage in regular physical activity. Both aerobic exercises (like brisk walking, swimming, or cycling) and strength training can help improve insulin sensitivity. Aim for at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise per week, or as recommended by your healthcare provider.

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L-Glutamine

An amino acid that helps synthesise protein in your body. It helps maintain the barriers in the intestine, and keep toxins out of the digestive system. It also helps keep the inflammation down when the gut mucosa is irritated.

Peppermint Extract

An age-old remedy known to relieve digestive irritation and relax bowel muscles. It improves the flow of bile which helps your body digest fats. It also relieves symptoms of IBS, like gas, bloating, and gastric pain or discomfort.

Fructooligosaccharides (FOS)

This prebiotic is a great source of soluble dietary fibre. It has been proven to improve bowel functions and stool consistency. It can also help reduce constipation and bloating.

Bifidobacterium longum W11

One of the first microbes known to colonise your gut, it plays a vital role in alleviating abdominal pain and bloating. This resilient bacterial strain offers significant relief from conditions such as IBS, diarrhoea, and constipation. Moreover, it actively reduces the risk of gastrointestinal infections.

A clear sign that there is imbalance in certain species in your microbiome and the digestive process in not in great shape. This imbalance could have occurred over a period of time due to various factors including poor diet, high sugar levels, antibiotics, stress or even genetics.

Do you have these Symptoms?

  • Do you have sudden urges to use the washroom?
  • Do you experience loose stools?
  • Do you have alternating diarrhea and constipation?

Treat the root cause with IBS Rescue D&M

The gut microbiota is thought to be a key factor in causing IBS, as evidenced by higher rates of IBS after intestinal infection or antibiotic use. Research shows alterations in the intestinal microbiota in people with IBS. Disturbances in the brain-gut axis, along with dysbiosis, may be involved in IBS's development, with the gut microbiome influencing these changes. Some studies propose that low-grade inflammation in the gut could contribute to IBS symptoms in certain individuals, with abnormal immune responses triggering issues like diarrhea or abdominal pain.

Identifiable microorganisms linked to an unhealthy microbiome contribute to inflammation and dysbiosis, exacerbating symptoms associated with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Dysbiosis, an imbalance in gut microbiota, triggers an abnormal immune response, with changes in bacterial composition stimulating pro-inflammatory signals, potentially resulting in gut inflammation. Most cells, integral to allergic and inflammatory responses, can be activated, releasing histamine and other inflammatory mediators that contribute to IBS symptoms such as diarrhea and abdominal pain.

Further, Probiotics can help in managing IBS by:

Probiotics, the good bacteria, can benefit those with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) by fighting harmful microorganisms, reducing inflammation, and strengthening the protective lining of the gut. They also help balance the immune system, reducing overactive responses that lead to inflammation and discomfort. Probiotics contribute to a stronger gut barrier, preventing harmful substances from entering the gut tissues. This supports overall gut health and helps manage IBS symptoms.

Probiotics work best when accompanied by healthy diet and lifestyle choices. Here are some reminders:

Consider a low FODMAP diet under supervision of a clinical nutritionist:
Foods low in FODMAPs include rice, oats, certain fruits (e.g., berries, oranges), and certain vegetables (e.g., carrots, zucchini).

Small and Frequent Meals:
Eat smaller, more frequent meals rather than large, heavy ones. This can be easier on your digestive system.

Add Soluble Fiber:
Focus on food to get more soluble fiber, try oats and oatmeal, natural applesauce (no added sugar), lentils, pears, finely ground flaxseeds (not whole), barley, and white rice.

Watch what you drink:
Alcohol and caffeine can stimulate your intestines, which may cause diarrhea. Carbonated drinks can produce gas.

Watch what you drink:
Alcohol and caffeine can stimulate your intestines, which may cause diarrhea. Carbonated drinks can produce gas.

Still Need Help ??

Book a Free Consultation with our expert nutritionist team.

BOOK NOW

L.rhamnosus GG + S.boulardii CNCM I 3799

One of the first microbes known to colonise your gut, it plays a vital role in alleviating abdominal pain and bloating. This resilient bacterial strain offers significant relief from conditions such as IBS, diarrhoea, and constipation. Moreover, it actively reduces the risk of gastrointestinal infections.

Liquorice extract

A plant-based fibre that’s a good source of energy. It stimulvr levels.

Ginger extract

Well-known as a digestive aid, it relaxes the muscles in your bowels, relieving pain and discomfort. It improves the flow of bile, which helps your body break down fats, and relieves nausea. Additionally, peppermint extract has also been found to soothe muscle pain and common cold symptoms.

A clear sign that there is imbalance in certain species in your microbiome and the digestive process in not in great shape. This imbalance could have occurred over a period of time due to various factors including poor diet, high sugar levels, antibiotics, stress or even genetics.

Proof that It Works!

Proof that It Works!

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Manju
It really works effectively

Wonderful bug for IBS with diarrhoea/ frequent motions.
Tried many pre and probiotic, but this is the one that actually worked.
This was for my mother , she is senior citizen. This medicine changed her life. She is now stress free and happy.
Just go for it if you have condition like going to washroom frequently throughout the day.

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Amitabh Agarwal
IBS Rescue D&M

I used IBS Rescue D&M for a week and below are my observations:
1) It gave me some relief on IBS Diarrhea perspective and reduced gastric issues as well.
2) However, many cases including mine - acidity is considerable along with IBS which probably this probiotic does not addresses.

Rather than consuming to different probiotics everyday (one for acidity & other for IBS), it would have been better to have a combination in single probiotic to address both, acidity & IBS.

We suggest steering clear of gluten and lactose to minimize irritation, especially since these are known trigger foods for IBS-induced acidity. Rest assured, we'll take this suggestion into account and explore the possibility of developing a product tailored to address these concerns.

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Siddharth Singh
Totally works!

IBS Rescue D&M deserves all the praise. It's a simple solution that brought immense relief to my stomach. Highly grateful for the positive change.

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Jyoti singh
Gentle and Effective

Chronic diarrhea used to be my daily struggle, but not anymore. Grateful for the relief and comfort it provides.

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Anu Mehta
Digestive Support

IBS RESCUE have offered the digestive support I needed for restoring my gut health

FAQ's

When can I start seeing results?

Results may differ from person to person, with some individuals experiencing improvements in symptoms levels within a few weeks, while it may take longer for others. It generally takes up to three months to observe changes in your microbiome and IBS severity. Consistency in use is crucial for optimal results.

Can I take IBS Resuce D&M if have Diarrhea and not diagnosed with IBS

No, Its better to for you to check with your Physician if you are not diagnosed with IBS if you are continuously facing Diarrhea issue

How to take IBS Rescue D&M sachet ?

IBS Rescue D&M comes in sachets. Simply shake tear the sachet mix it in Normal room temperature water and drink.

Can I take IBS Rescue D&M with other probiotics?

Yes, you can take IBS D&M with other probiotics. We recommend seeking the advice of your healthcare provider for further recommendations.

Does IBS Rescue D&M have any side effects?

While it's uncommon, a few people might encounter slight digestive alterations as a result of using this product. This indicates that the probiotic strains are adapting, and such effects are typically temporary. If you observe any allergic reactions, discontinue use and consult a healthcare professional.

What to do if you have forgotten to take the dose of IBS D&M Rescue?

You can consume after meals, it is advisable to take it daily dose for best results.

What are the storage requirements of IBS Rescue D&M?

Store in a cool and dry place. Keep out of reach of children.

What does CFU count mean?

Colony forming units, or CFUs, is a unit of measurement used to indicate the number of live bacterial cells in a dose of probiotic supplement.

For how long can I take IBS rescue D&M?

The reccomended dose is for 3 months daily to see improvement in IBS.

Can I take IBS Resuce if have constipation and not diagnosed with IBS

No, Its better to for you to check with your Physician if you are not diagnosed with IBS if you are continuously facing contipation issue

How to take IBS Rescue sachet ?

IBS Rescue comes in sachets. Simply shake tear the sachet mix it in Normal room temperature water and drink.

Can I take IBS Rescue with other probiotics?

Yes, you can take IBS Rescue with other probiotics. We recommend seeking the advice of your healthcare provider for further recommendations.

What to do if you have forgotten to take the dose of IBS Rescue?

It is advisable to take it daily for best results.

What are the storage requirements of IBS Rescue?

Store in a cool and dry place. Keep out of reach of children.

What does CFU count mean?

Colony forming units, or CFUs, is a unit of measurement used to indicate the number of live bacterial cells in a dose of probiotic supplement.

For how long can I take IBS rescue?

The reccomended dose is for 3 months

When can I start seeing results?

Results may differ from person to person, with some individuals experiencing improvements in symptoms levels within a few weeks, while it may take longer for others. It generally takes up to three months to observe changes in your microbiome and IBS severity. Consistency in use is crucial for optimal results.

Can I take IBS Resuce D&M if have Diarrhea and not diagnosed with IBS

No, Its better to for you to check with your Physician if you are not diagnosed with IBS if you are continuously facing Diarrhea issue

How to take IBS Rescue D&M sachet ?

IBS Rescue D&M comes in sachets. Simply shake tear the sachet mix it in Normal room temperature water and drink.

Can I take IBS Rescue D&M with other probiotics?

Yes, you can take IBS D&M with other probiotics. We recommend seeking the advice of your healthcare provider for further recommendations.

Does IBS Rescue D&M have any side effects?

While it's uncommon, a few people might encounter slight digestive alterations as a result of using this product. This indicates that the probiotic strains are adapting, and such effects are typically temporary. If you observe any allergic reactions, discontinue use and consult a healthcare professional.

What to do if you have forgotten to take the dose of IBS D&M Rescue?

You can consume after meals, it is advisable to take it daily dose for best results.

What are the storage requirements of IBS Rescue D&M?

Store in a cool and dry place. Keep out of reach of children.

What does CFU count mean?

Colony forming units, or CFUs, is a unit of measurement used to indicate the number of live bacterial cells in a dose of probiotic supplement.

For how long can I take IBS rescue D&M?

The reccomended dose is for 3 months daily to see improvement in IBS.