SOURCE: EMSI

July 11, 2006 09:50 ET

Controlling Constipation the Natural Way:

Ancient Asian Remedy Provides Healthy Alternative to Laxatives

WASHINGTON, DC -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 11, 2006 -- If you suffer from chronic constipation, you are most certainly not alone. About 80 percent of all Americans suffer from constipation at some point in their lives and more than 2.5 million Americans seek medical treatment for it every year.

People wary of nasty side effects from medication often seek natural cures for constipation. Luckily, there is a natural remedy that is effective to help alleviate constipation and ward off other bowel complications like Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and bloating. Dr. Rulin Xiu, a natural health expert and the founder of Pharm East, believed that constipation was controllable without harmful medication and set out to find a cure.

While in Tibet, Dr. Xiu discovered that several Tibetan herbs, if picked at the right times and processed correctly, could also be used to encourage healthy and regular bowel functioning. Consisting of rhubarb root, mirabolan fruit, ginger fruit, and elecampagne fruit, Ibistrol's ancient formula is based on ancient Tibetan wisdom and on modern technology and scientific studies. "Ibistrol is the most effective remedy known so far for supporting regular bowel function," says Dr. Xiu. "This remedy has extensive clinical studies and its ingredients have been used for centuries."

Other health experts are impressed by Ibistrol's effectiveness. "Unlike laxatives, it is safe to use Ibistrol long term because instead of forcing bowel action, Ibistrol seeks to normalize action," says Dr. William Wong, nationally known naturopathic doctor and health expert.

People all over the country are discovering how effective Ibistrol really is. Dr. Xiu is pleased by the overwhelming positive and enthusiastic response she gets from people who have been helped by Ibistrol. Unsolicited rave reviews pour in to Dr. Xiu from all over the world.

Pam K. from Hawaii makes sure to bring Ibistrol along when she is away from home. "I take Ibistrol whenever I travel and never have problems, but the time we didn't take it, we got constipated right away," says Pam. "It's just been great having it and I never go on a trip without it now."

For samples of Ibistrol or to set up an interview with Dr. Rulin Xiu, please contact Anja Barger at 727-443-7115, ext. 207 or at anja@event-management.com

More information about IBS and Ibistrol at: www.pharmeast.com.

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