I’ve noticed that so far in 2017, one the most frequently searched terms that leads people to the IBS Formula website is “ib guard for ibs” so I figured this would be a good topic to dive deeper into. First off, it’s important to point out that ib guard is apparently a common misspelling of the registered trademarked product called IBgard®.
So right off the bat, the first major difference I’ve noticed between IBgard® and IBS Formula is that the IBgard® website claims that the product “helps manage the symptoms of IBS including abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, urgency and gas” whereas IBS Formula is designed not to “manage the symptoms of IBS” but to actually ELIMINATE THE SYMPTOMS PERMANENTLY.
One ingredient IBS treatment vs proprietary blend
IBgard contains just one ingredient called peppermint oil, whose principal component is a controversial substance called l-Menthol. Why does l-Menthol ring a bell? Because it’s been used as an additive in cigarettes since 1926, and many in the scientific community believe that l-Menthol actually makes the nicotine in cigarettes more addictive. Or maybe it rings a bell because it’s the active ingredient in Hall’s Cough Drops. Have you ever known anyone addicted to these things? I have. Don’t believe me? Just Google “Addicted to Halls Cough Drops” and you’ll see page after page and forum after forum of people claiming to be addicted.
Our IBS Formula in stark contrast contains a blend of 11 safe and trustworthy all-natural ingredients, many of which are clinically proven to provide effective relief of IBS symptoms. Being a former IBS sufferer myself, it took me years to come up with the perfect blend that has cured me of my horrible IBS-D (diarrhea) and my wife’s IBS-C (constipation), and now that exact blend is available to the public. The “side effects” of IBS Formula are amazing, positive things, mostly due to the extremely high levels of antioxidants and soluble fiber contained in each capsule. These clinically proven benefits include, Anti-Stroke, Anti-Cancer, Anti-Inflammatory, Lowers Cholesterol, Anti-Cardiovascular Disease, and Prevents Early Signs of Aging, just to name a few.
The IBgard website claims “The usual adult dosage is 1-2 capsules, as needed, up to three times a day.” At their website price of $29.99 for 48 capsules, if you took only 2 capsules a days, that would cost you $1.25/day. A 30 day supply of IBS Formula purchased on our website for $24.95 costs just 83 Cents a Day! So from a price standpoint, you can take IBgard and “manage” your symptoms for anywhere from over $1/day, up to around $4/day, or you can choose to be on your way to living IBS FREE for always less than $1/day. No brainer!
IBgard® is a medical food, whereas IBS Formula is classified as a dietary supplement and is manufactured in the United States in an FDA registered facility that is part of the Natural Products Association and stamped GMP Certified (Good Manufacturing Practice).