Fusion Health Launches A Synergistic Product To Manage Irritable Bowel Syndrome
PR Log - Mar 08, 2013 - This month Fusion Health launched their new Irritable Bowel Syndrome, a unique product formulated with clinically evidenced Western and Chinese herbs to provide relief from the symptoms of medically diagnosed IBS.
Symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome, commonly known as IBS, can occur without warning or be triggered by emotional stress, dietary factors and food sensitivities.
These symptoms typically range from abdominal pain and intestinal cramps to diarrhoea and constipation, to mention only a few.
In announcing the new IBS product, now available in Australia, Fusion Health Technical Director Paul Keogh explains that in Chinese medicine IBS is commonly associated with energetic disturbances including Liver Qi stagnation (or Liver excess) and Spleen deficiency.
It is this clinical insight that inspired the Fusion Health solution, a formula to soothe the Liver, improve the flow of Liver Qi, strengthen the Spleen and harmonise the Stomach and Intestines.
Mr Keogh points out that Fusion Health's comprehensive IBS formula also relieves functional dyspepsia, supports healthy liver and gallbladder function.
As a guide to retail partners, Fusion Health recommends that their IBS formula combines well with other successful formulas in the range like Stress & Anxiety and Allergy.
The Fusion Health IBS vegetable capsule is now available in health food stores throughout Australia.
For further information on this new formula or the full range of Fusion Health products visit www.fusionhealth.com.au or call toll free on 1800 550 103 for expert product advice.
About Fusion Health: Fusion Health's herbal medicines are manufactured in Sydney, Australia, to natural pharmaceutical standards in accordance with the latest guidelines from the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). Fusion Health products are tested at every stage of manufacture to guarantee all finished medicines accurately represent the label's list of ingredients.