Acid Indigestion Relief*†
Heartburn Rescue*† provides a synergistic combination of d-limonene and sea buckthorn for soothing support of the entire digestive system.*
- Soothing relief for occasional heartburn, acid indigestion, and upset stomach*
- Supports healthy esophagus and intestinal lining*
- Long lasting results with continued use
D-Limonene is a clinically studied component of citrus oil found in oranges, grapefruits, lemons and limes. Although citrus fruits are typically associated with acidity, this compound of citrus oil actually relieves occasional heartburn and supports healthy peristalsis – the muscle action of the intestines that moves food through the digestive system.*
Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) has been used for 1,000 years. The fruit of this plant has been called a “nutrient bomb” because it contains flavonoids, vitamins, and other beneficial compounds. The seeds contain exceptionally high levels of omega fatty acids, including omega-7 fatty acid (palmitoleic acid). This supercritical CO2 extract of sea buckthorn contains over 200 essential compounds to support overall good health and the gastric mucosa – the lining of stomach and intestines.*
† Lasting relief from occasional heartburn or acid indigestion
|Proprietary Complex||600 mg||**|
D-limonene from Orange (Citrus sinensis) Peel Oil, Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) Berry Pulp and Seed Oil via supercritical CO2 extraction
**Daily Value (DV) Not Established
sugar, salt, yeast, wheat, gluten, corn, soy, dairy products, artificial coloring, artificial flavoring, or artificial preservatives.
1 softgel twice daily. Results improve with continued use.
If pregnant or nursing, consult a healthcare practitioner before using.
Frequently Asked Questions
Sea buckthorn is rich in omega-7 fatty acids, which helps support the structure of cells throughout the body, especially the skin and the mucosal membrane that lines the digestive system. Because sea buckthorn provides an abundance of omega fatty acids, it can help keep all of these structures strong and healthy.*
It seems odd that an ingredient like d-limonene from acidic foods like oranges would be in this formula. Won’t it make conditions even more acidic?
It may sound strange, but it’s important to remember that stomach acid (and acidic food) isn’t necessarily the primary factor causing occasional heartburn. One of the reasons that stomach acid “splashes up” into the esophagus is because food in the stomach isn’t digesting properly. D-limonene addresses this by helping promote healthy “peristalsis” – getting the muscles of the intestines to start moving food through the digestive system. This helps release food from the stomach, and reduces the occasional bloating and discomfort following meals. Remember, stomach acid is key in breaking down food so that all of its nutrients are available to the body.*