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Supplements for IBS
Guide picks
Remember to keep your medical doctor informed about any alternative remedies you decide to try on your own or under the care of a health professional.

Aloe Vera
Information about this extract from aloe plants which can be used for both IBS and ulcerative colitis.

Alternative Remedies for IBS
Find some ideas on where to start with alternative supplements for IBS here.

About Sleep Disorders - Chamomile
What is it, how to use it, and possible side effects of chamomile.

About Herbs for Health - Chamomile
Information about how to use this herb which may help IBS symptoms.

Cognitive Behavior Therapy for IBS
Could your thought processes lead to anxiety and stress, and therby cause more Irritable Bowel Syndrome symptoms? Learn about a treatment that helps you change your negative thoughts into positive ones.

Essential Oils of Chamomile
A description of the distinction between four different kinds of chamomile.

Peppermint
More information about peppermint, which can be used for IBS symptoms.

Side Effects of Herbs for IBS
Many people consider herbs safe because they are "natural". Just because something is natural doesn't mean it is always safe for everyone to use. Do you know the side effects for the herbs you take for Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

Evening Primrose Oil
More about this herb that can be used for IBS and PMS, including dosage and side effects.

Evening Primrose Oil (EPO)
A more technical look at this herb which is used for PMS symptoms.

Ginger - Kroeger Herbs
More information on ginger, including it's positive affects on digestion, nausea, as well as colds and flu. Includes information on dosing.

Peppermint - Kroeger Herb
Information about why peppermint is useful for digestion, as well as other ailments such as colds. Includes information on dosage.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Hypnosis
Article written by a Certified Hypnotherapist about how hypnotherapy can work for treating IBS.

IBS Supplements
Learn about several supplements (probiotics, digestive enzymes, calcium, and magnesium) and why they may help with symptoms of IBS.

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