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Irritable Bowel Syndrome Overview:
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS; not to be confused with either of the main inflammatory bowel diseases including Crohn's and Ulcerative Colitis) is a condition frequently called spastic colon and is characterized by frequent abdominal pain and bloating/cramping with irregularities in bowel movements.This list is for supplements that either show a potentially curative effect or simply a transient reduction in symptoms.
450-750mg of peppermint oil is the range that has been used in studies on IBS. Peppermint oil appears to be quite selective in what it does (which is to reduce abdominal pain and cramping associated with IBS) but it is quite effective at this.
The benefits associated with peppermint are not curative, and will cease within two weeks of stopping the supplement.