New Di­ges­tion Pill

Drug Com­pa­nies Ready To Panic Over

Toronto Sun - - NEWS - Christo­pher Jef­fries Chief Sci­ence Ex­pert

Small Cana­dian Sup­ple­ment Man­u­fac­turer Takes On Big Pharma

It’s an epic David and Go­liath bat­tle - a small Cana­dian sup­ple­ment man­u­fac­turer against the multi-bil­lion dol­lar big pharma giants... and the fight is for a new pill that has been proven to re­lieve di­ges­tion prob­lems quickly and per­ma­nently.

If you suf­fer from In­di­ges­tion, gas, bloat­ing, IBS, fa­tigue, stom­ach pain, or con­sti­pa­tion, the out­come of this “war” may ef­fect the qual­ity of your life for years to come.

Cam­bridge Lab­o­ra­to­ries, is a small but fast grow­ing Cana­dian nat­u­ral sup­ple­ment man­u­fac­turer. They have just re­leased a cap­sule be­ing her­alded by suf­fer­ers of di­ges­tion re­lated dis­com­fort as the “Holy Grail of re­lief”... and early in­di­ca­tions have shown that it can COM­PLETELY END DI­GES­TION RE­LATED PROB­LEMS! This rev­e­la­tion is set to send the large drug com­pa­nies and big pharma scur­ry­ing.

Why? Be­cause this very af­ford­able, over the counter, all nat­u­ral prod­uct re­ally does elim­i­nate all the pain and dis­com­fort as­so­ci­ated with in­di­ges­tion, gas, bloat­ing, IBS, fa­tigue, stom­ach pain, and con­sti­pa­tion... do­ing what pre­scrip­tion med­i­ca­tions (that gen­er­ate BIL­LIONS of dol­lars in rev­enue for the drug com­pa­nies) can’t do. And this will be VERY bad for prof­its!

I spoke with Mark An­der­son, the head of prod­uct de­vel­op­ment at Cam­bridge Lab­o­ra­to­ries about their new prod­uct (called Di­ges­tion

Aid Plus) to learn more about the for­mu­la­tion of this new pill, to un­der­stand how it works, and to learn why the drug com­pa­nies are set to ex­plode over it.

Mark ex­plained, “Based on clin­i­cal tri­als, sci­en­tific stud­ies, and pub­lished ar­ti­cles by Har­vard Med­i­cal, the Mayo Clinic, WebMD, Johns Hop­kins and oth­ers, Cam­bridge Lab­o­ra­to­ries has com­bined 10 pow­er­ful, ul­tra­r­efined in­gre­di­ents that work with your body to BAL­ANCE your di­ges­tive pro­cesses and po­ten­tially END months or years of suf­fer­ing – in just a mat­ter of days.”

“The In­gre­di­ents in Di­ges­tion Aid

Plus have been used for cen­turies through­out Europe and in Asia to pro­vide healthy com­fort and re­lief. The in­gre­di­ents may de­rive their power from na­ture but that power is then har­nessed, re­fined, and su­per­charged by sci­ence.”

They are listed for you here:

Blessed This­tle (Cni­cus ben­dic­tus): Re­duces fats and helps elim­i­nate up­set stom­ach and gas

Cas­cara Sagrada (Fran­gula pur­shi­ana): Re­lieves con­sti­pa­tion and is a pow­er­ful bowel cleanser

Gen­tian (Gen­tiana Lutea): Stops in­testi­nal gas, di­ar­rhea, gas­tri­tis and heart­burn

Gold­enseal (Hy­drastis Canaden­sis): Bal­ances a range of di­ges­tive prob­lems in­clud­ing stom­ach pain, swelling, pep­tic ul­cers, col­i­tis, di­ar­rhea, con­sti­pa­tion, hem­or­rhoids, and in­testi­nal gas

Black Wal­nut (Juglans ni­gra):

As a lax­a­tive, it ac­tu­ally fights and ex­pels in­testi­nal par­a­sites - nat­u­rally

Psyl­lium (Plan­tago ovata): Moves bow­els through the in­testines mak­ing them easier to pass. Also helps IBS suf­fer­ers

Milk This­tle (Sily­bum mar­i­anum): For all around “top to bot­tom” gas­troin­testi­nal sup­port

Fenu­greek (Trigonella foenum­grae­cum): Helps bat­tle up­set stom­ach, loss of ap­petite, con­sti­pa­tion, and gas­tri­tis

Marsh­mal­low (Althaea of­fic­i­nalis): Coun­ters ex­cess stom­ach acid, pep­tic ul­cer­a­tion, gas­tri­tis and in­flam­ma­tion

Slip­pery Elm (Ul­mus rubra): A won­der herb that tar­gets di­ar­rhea, con­sti­pa­tion, hem­or­rhoids, IBS, stom­ach ul­cers, col­i­tis, di­ver­ti­c­uli­tis, and GI in­flam­ma­tion

Mark went on to ex­plain, “Since these in­gre­di­ents are de­rived from na­ture, and re­fined by sci­ence the drug com­pa­nies can not patent them (and corner the mar­ket). Ad­di­tion­ally, Di­ges­tion Aid Plus is sold over the counter - with­out the need for a pre­scrip­tion. The low price and ease of ac­cess to com­plete di­ges­tion re­lief can not sit well with big drug com­pany ex­ec­u­tives. Luck­ily - we are not a face­less In­ter­na­tional Pharma Gi­ant. We are a real Cana­dian com­pany (reg­is­tered with Health Canada), ded­i­cated to help­ing men and women feel bet­ter quickly and eas­ily. Plain and sim­ple.”... And it ap­pears that Di­ges­tion Aid Plus does just that.

Christo­pher Jef­fries, a for­mer suf­ferer and cur­rent Di­ges­tion Aid

Plus user said the im­prove­ment he has ex­pe­ri­enced is “noth­ing short of a mir­a­cle”. In his own words he says, “For years I suf­fered with a host of gas­troin­testi­nal prob­lems. Gas and bloat­ing were a daily bat­tle. Con­stant trips to the bath­room took a toll on me men­tally and phys­i­cally. Any­one who suf­fers from cramp­ing or IBS knows it can re­ally ruin your qual­ity of life. I bounced around from doc­tor to doc­tor with no luck. It was quite dis­heart­en­ing. The fi­nal straw came when a gas­troen­terol­o­gist sug­gested I see a psy­chi­a­trist! That’s when I de­cided to take mat­ters into my own hands and search for a so­lu­tion. Af­ter months of search­ing the in­ter­net, read­ing Med­i­cal Jour­nals, and blog­ging other suf­fer­ers, I fi­nally tried Di­ges­tion Aid Plus. Now I’m eat­ing food that I just couldn’t tol­er­ate be­fore. I ac­tu­ally for­got how great pizza tastes! My prob­lems dis­ap­peared. The re­sults have been sim­ply amaz­ing. In a mat­ter of weeks I turned into a nor­mal per­son. I felt and still feel per­fectly healthy. No more bloat­ing, no more gas, no more run­ning to the bath­room. This one lit­tle pill has made a sig­nif­i­cant dif­fer­ence in my life!”

If you would like to get a bot­tle of Di­ges­tion Aid Plus and elim­i­nate YOUR pain for good (The com­pany even guar­an­tees the re­sults - or you get 100% of your money back) all you have to do is call the com­pany di­rectly at 1-888-2156751 and one of their no pres­sure op­er­a­tors can help you. Or if you pre­fer - you can order on­line at­bridge­lab­o­ra­to­, or even pick up a bot­tle at one of these re­tail lo­ca­tions:

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