Proteolytic Enzymes

Discussion in 'Supplement Discussion' started by Big_Luke, Mar 30, 2016.

  1. Big_Luke

    Big_Luke Elite Member

  2. Grimnir

    Grimnir The black triangle is God

    I've never heard of those but I used lansoprasole(?) when my stomach was battered by naproxen and oxys. If you go with these will you post up if they help, I'd like an alternative to prescription meds.
     
  3. Big_Luke

    Big_Luke Elite Member

    If I try them mate yeah deffo. There used to be Devils claw I think it was called from Holland and Barrett I think clubber used to used it but they made it illegal and that really used to help!!!! Yeah I've got lanzoprezol but sometimes it makes my heartburn worse!!!!! Ranitidine seems to be good though mate and they are a cheap over the counter drug so ma be give that a try

    Fat_ Luke
     
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  4. Scrappy

    Scrappy Spit and Sawdust Quizmaster

    What about probiotics and prebiotic
     
  5. Big ian

    Big ian Elite Member

    Theyve made devils claw illegal??!!! Really? Why?
     
  6. Big_Luke

    Big_Luke Elite Member

    I'm not sure there was aload of supplements pulled from the shelves in h and b because of some new law. Think it was last year I'll try and have a dig around and see if I can find the list of supps that got pulled
     
  7. Big_Luke

    Big_Luke Elite Member

    The link I posted wasn't just for stomach problems it was for inflammation from injuries and the like
     
  8. Big_Luke

    Big_Luke Elite Member

    What it looks like has happened is the European food agency kicked up a big fuss and tried to get stuff banned or reformulated so I think it was 28 supplements got taken off shelves can't seem to find the full list but I know Devils claw was in there along with ginkgo, St. John's wort and valerian. But it looks like it's all blown over now and it's back on the shelves couldn't find many articals on it but found this

    http://www.theguardian.com/uk/2011/may/01/new-eu-rules-on-herbal-remedies
     
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