According to Tibetan legend, the first human disease in a digestive disease. This shows the prevalence of digestive disease and the importance of digestive health to Tibetans. Tibetan diet is much like the North American diet which was heavy with meats and dairy foods. This diet tends to cause more digestive and bowel function disorders such as constipation, diarrhea, cramping, gas, bloating, gastric reflux, abdominal pain, and high cholesterol. In the process of dealing with these health issues, Tibetan has developed some of the most effective natural remedies for these health problems.
Ibistrol is developed from an ancient Tibetan remedy that has been proven effective through hundreds of years of use. All the ingredients in Ibistrol come from Tibet. After the raw ingredients are collected, they are processed by Pharm East’s own factory. We have strict quality control standards in place to ensure safety and effectiveness. To maximize the healing effects and minimize the side-effects of each individual herb, we utilize a proprietary, full-spectrum extraction processing technique.
The active components of each herb are tested by full-spectrum high-pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC) analysis before and after processing and are free of heavy metals and other harmful chemicals.
Respecting the traditional wisdom and using herbs growing in Tibet and combined with our full spectrum extraction technology, Ibistrol is all-natural, safe, and effective.
Ibistrol contains the following ingredients:
Rheum Palmatum L. Var. Tanguticum, also known as rhubarb, has traditionally been used to promote healthy bowel movements, release metabolic toxins, control parasites and remove excess heat from the body. Modern clinical trials demonstrate that rhubarb is a highly effective laxative that works by lubricating the colon and encouraging peristalsis – without causing diarrhea. Other studies show that rhubarb also works to balance cholesterol levels and promote healthy blood circulation.
Terminahia Chebulic Fruit has been used throughout Tibet for centuries for the relief of diarrhea, cramping, and excess coughing. Modern research demonstrates that the fruit works by mildly relaxing the muscles, including those in the intestines. Chebulic has also been shown to have strong antioxidant and anti-bacterial properties.
Zingiber Officinale, commonly known as ginger, is a remarkably
A versatile food, spice, and herbal remedy. In traditional Tibetan medicine, it is a key warming agent, especially for the “triple (middle) warmer.” It is clinically proven to ease nausea, spasms, and feelings of excess fullness. A powerful antioxidant and anti-microbial, ginger is also useful for circulatory problems, bowel disorders, colds, fever, indigestion, motion sickness, morning sickness, extreme coldness, pain, and inflammation.
Vladimiria Souliei (Franch) Ling Root, also known as Iinula, is traditionally used to improve digestion, relieve stomach pain, diarrhea, and vomiting. Scientific studies indicate that the root may have its effects because of its natural anti-bacterial, anti-parasitic, and anti-inflammatory properties.
Tibetan Mineral Complex (includes two types of natural minerals: soapwort and calcite), from the Mirabilite Crystal mineral beds in Tibet, is naturally rich in calcium carbonate, sodium carbonate, magnesium carbonate, iron oxide, and 72 essential trace minerals. The mineral complex is traditionally used to release body toxins, excess heat, and accumulated body fluids. Modern research shows that this special mineral complex can neutralize stomach acid and also soothe and calm the central nervous system.
According to Tibetan medicine, this formula purge astringes and uses cold and warm elements simultaneously. It can fight against diseases and help the body reach harmony. The six ingredients work together to enhance stomach and bowel function, improve circulation and energy flow, strengthen bowel movements, balance digestive system, and relieve constipation, stomach pain, gas, acid reflex, bloating. cramping, spasms and pain, and reduce body fat.