Arrae – Bloat

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Price: ££

Date reviewed: 10/2023

The Verdict

Arrae Bloat may be helpful for some gastrointestinal symptoms but it needs to undergo peer-reviewed clinical studies before claims can be supported.

Reviews are for informational purposes only and do not constitute medical advice

Claims

Clinically shown to reduce bloating by 86% through eliminating excess gas buildup

Works within an hour for immediate relief, while providing microbiome benefits overtime

Improves digestion of common food-triggers by containing a powerful digestive enzyme

Reduces IBS symptoms by 77% including abdominal pain, acid reflux, and constipation

The Research

An 8 weeks open label crossover trial with 36 adult women found that Arrae Bloat reduced bloating, heartburn and anxiety, and improved sleep, QOL, and IBS symptoms. However, no peer-reviewed data for this trial is available.

Ginger has been shown to help with nausea in randomized, controlled trials at a dose of around 1500mg. However, the dose in this product may be lower.

Peppermint oil has been shown to help with abdominal pain in randomized, controlled trials at a dose of around 180 – 400 mg three times per day. However, the dose in this product may be lower.

To our knowledge, lemon balm, bromelain and slippery elm inner bark extract have not been independently shown to have any health benefits in human clinical trials.

What's in it?

Organic ginger extract, rhizome (Zingiber officinale) (220 mg). Proprietary blend (1080mg): organic dandelion root extract, organic lemon balm herb top extract, organic peppermint leaf extract, organic bromelain, slippery elm inner bark extract..

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