Acid blockers are cheap and readily available for sure.
For all inflammatory issues in the esophagus and stomach, rather than blocking acid maybe consider building up the body's natural defense shield to protect against acid levels. MucoSave® does not block acid. If anything, it will help with normal stomach acid levels.
You need to take MucoSave® in a drink form to coat the esophagus and stomach (if you have GERD, LPR, EOE, and Gastritis issues). Capsules don't work well here. And MucoSave® is a bitter ingredient. It tastes bitter.
If you are on acid blockers, do not suddenly stop taking them! My suggestion is to calm, soothe, repair, and rebuild the mucosal barrier before dropping acid blockers. Don't drop your shield till the new one is built up. This takes about 4 to 6 weeks before you can start reducing acid blockers.
Dosing matters. If your mucosal barrier is trashed and your system is smashed, don't start off with maintenance dosing. You need to drink roughly 800 mg to 1200 mg per day for 60 to 90 days. Daily maintenance dosing of MucoSave® (like I use for nutrient absorption) is 400 mg per day.
Curious where you can find MucoSave®? Visit our website to learn more about where to buy it (link in bio). As stated before, you'll want to take it in a drink mix.
Lastly, if you have gastritis, a super sensitive stomach, or stomach lining inflammation issues, please start with a flavor that does not contain acid in the sweetener.
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