Vitamin-U

Stomacin-Uprovides a highly upgraded solution to digestive disorders with a unique product which addresses the daily problem caused by ongoing digestive disorders.The sublingual delivery system is an easy way to administer a daily dose of “Stomacin-U™, which has the potential to provide natural relief for this enormous segment of the population suffering with “digestive disorder sufferers.”

Remedies for upset stomachs rank just behind painkillers and cold remedies in the space they take up on the nation’s medicine shelf.

Americans already spend $1.7 billion a year on antacids like Tums, Mylanta and Maalox. The active ingredient in Stomacin-U contains Glutamine, which helps repair and replenish the lining of the stomach and intestines thereby aiding in the relief from the symptoms of stomach and intestinal disorders.

Stomacin-Uprovides consumers with the unique benefits of a very rare vitamin — Vitamin U. Brassicotherapy or therapy using cabbage sources of Vitamin U hasbeen applied since ancient times. Hippocrates, the father of medicine,applied it to his patients. Androcide, personal physician of Alexander,the Great, used it on the great emperor. In II B.C., Crisippo di Cnido andTheophrasto had written botanical works on Brassicotherapy. Catone(234-149 B.C.) wrote his De re rusticas on the same subject.

Vitamin U has a beneficial power action on gastric and intestinal functions in general therefore andis an effective alternative to traditional medicine as it does not have any known side effects.

Clinical Studies exist to support the claims of Stomacin-U™.” In modern times, Vitamin U was defined as the Anti-Ulkus Factor. Vitamin U was proven to be effective on treating gastric and intestinal disorders. Vitamin U is also effective if used as a co-adyuvant with other medicinal treatments for stomach and intestinal disorders. In France, clinical studies were carried out on patients suffering from gastro-duodenal ulcers, peptic ulcers, gastritis and gastro-duodenitis, diaphragmatic hernias, and peptic oesophagitis. Patients were 80% relieved from their pain. The therapeutic effect of Vitamin U has been clinically proven. Medical researchers have also conducted successful tests in Germany, Italy, Japan, and United States.

Stomacin-U™” addresses a broad based need without the side effects normally seen with pharmaceutical alternatives while offering ease-of-use, rapid results and longevity of benefits.

Stomacin-Uis a new product with a limited sales history to-date and pricing allows for the product to have a 5 to 6 time mark-up which would enable the campaign to yield and sustain viable profit margins. Use of the product would not require a dramatic shift in the consumer’s routine and would make life easier for the consumer.

According to Research and Markets, in 2006, there were an estimated 62 million sufferers of gastrointestinal ailments; stomach ulcers affect 20 million Americans; 60 million Americans suffer from heartburn; Acid Reflux Disease affects over 20% of the U.S. population. It is estimated that 2% of the adult population in the United States has active digestive ulcers, and that about 10% will develop ulcers at some point in their lives. In fact, there are about 500,000 new cases in the United States every year, with as many as 4 million recurrences per year. The future of the market appears strong, mostly because the number of consumers aged 45 and older, the period in age when GI disorders begin to appear more frequently, is forecast to increase more than younger demographics.

As American consumers increasingly turn to self-medication, the market for nonprescription drugs has grown to $22.6 billion a year on a retail basis, according to A. C. Nielsen, the market research firm.

Botanical medicines, when administered properly and in designated therapeutic dosages, can be effective, trigger fewer side effects for most patients than pharmaceutical drugs, and are generally less costly than prescription pharmaceutical drugs. Botanical medicine may be especially beneficial when administered to help with chronic ongoing symptoms.

An estimated 22.8 million consumers use herbal remedies instead of prescription medicine. Similarly, an estimated 30.3 million use herbals instead of an over-the-counter drug (OTC), while approximately 19 million use herbals and OTC’s together

Source: Prevention Magazine, National Survey at www.ahha.org for the American Holistic HealthAssociation

 

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