Puff’d Enough is a multi-herb dietary supplement for optimizing gut health, relieving digestive discomfort, and managing symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and functional dyspepsia (FD). The all-natural ingredients have been carefully selected and dosed based on research into hundreds of published nutritional studies and include curcumin extract (from turmeric root), peppermint, artichoke, ginger, caraway seed, and piperine (a black pepper extract).
Symptoms of IBS include aberrant bowel habits, bloating, and abdominal pain, while FD symptoms are often correlated to meals and include abdominal pain, bloating, fullness or early satiety, nausea, or gas. It is recommended to take the supplement before meals for the most benefit.
Puff’d Enough is MD formulated and has been evaluated by real IBS patients. It is developed, manufactured, and tested in the US.
Ingredients Backed by Science
The ingredients and dosages in Puff'd Enough have been carefully selected by the Nerdy Doc team based on research into hundreds of published nutritional studies.
Curcumin (250 mg)
Curcumin is the active ingredient in turmeric. Multiple nutritional studies have been conducted on the many health benefits of curcumin throughout the body, especially its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. Puff’d Enough contains a significant amount of the active ingredient curcumin comparable to amounts found in leading turmeric-only supplements. Nutritional studies indicate that it can be beneficial for abdominal pain and digestive discomfort by reducing spasms in the GI tract. There is also promising research on the benefits of turmeric on the symptoms of ulcerative colitis. Turmeric also acts as a prebiotic and is known to alter gut bacteria with consistent use, contributing to gut health.
Peppermint (250 mg)
This commonly known plant used to flavor many food items has numerous benefits for digestive health, including GI relaxation, and relief from stomach spasms, bloating, abdominal pain and other symptoms of IBS and FD.
Artichoke (200 mg)
Studies suggest that the leaves of the artichoke flower support healthy liver and bile function, fat digestion, and abdominal pain related to IBS and FD.
Ginger (200 mg)
Many cultures have used ginger to aid in digestion, nausea, motion sickness, inflammation, and migraines. Some of the latest nutritional research supports the use of ginger for symptoms such as nausea relief, bloating, gas, GI motility, and abdominal pain.
Caraway Seed (150 mg)
Though not well known, caraway seeds have a long history as a digestive aid. Nutritional research on caraway seeds indicates benefits in relieving indigestion and calming GI spasms. Caraway seeds are often combined with peppermint in treating symptoms of IBS.
Piperine (30 mg)
Piperine is an extract of black pepper that studies suggest increase the bioavailability of curcumin by a substantial factor. We've included it for greater absorption of one of our key ingredients.
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