Wysong Pepzhac™:  Approximately one-half of American adults have used antacids, with 75% of these people using more than six doses per week, for an average of 20 years.  Antacids, at best, temporarily cover up the symptoms of some severe stomach ailments without addressing the underlying cause of the problem – the overly processed, overly acidic modern diet.  Further, the chemicals in antacids can result in an acid rebound effect, interfere with numerous medications, and carry a multitude of possible side-effects including stomach cramps, muscle weakness and bone pain.   
     The ingredients in  Pepzhac combine the rigor of science with the logic of nature to provide safe, effective relief that goes beyond just treating symptoms.  The herbs, amino acids and other nutrients in Pepzhac are scientifically proven to help heal and prevent ulcers, reduce gastric inflammation, and increase acid-relieving mucus production within the stomach.  (Also, be sure to drink at least six to eight, 8 oz. glasses of WellSpring™ enhanced pure water daily to accelerate the stomach healing process.)  If you'd like to try Pepzhac, take advantage of our discount offer.  

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