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Considering taking a vitamin or supplement to treat Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)? Below is a list of common natural remedies used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

Your search for Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) returned 36 matches.

Treatment Name EffectivenessWhat is this? User Reviews
ALOE   52 User Reviews
ANDROGRAPHIS   33 User Reviews
BARLEY   7 User Reviews
BIFIDOBACTERIA   13 User Reviews
BLOND PSYLLIUM   7 User Reviews
BLOND PSYLLIUM   7 User Reviews
BROMELAIN   39 User Reviews
CHITOSAN   18 User Reviews
DHEA   154 User Reviews
EVENING PRIMROSE OIL   77 User Reviews
FISH OIL   193 User Reviews
FISH OIL   193 User Reviews
FLUORIDE   32 User Reviews
FOLIC ACID   93 User Reviews
GAMMA LINOLENIC ACID   9 User Reviews
GLUTAMINE   31 User Reviews
INDIAN FRANKINCENSE   22 User Reviews
INDIAN FRANKINCENSE   22 User Reviews
LACTOBACILLUS   81 User Reviews
LACTOBACILLUS   81 User Reviews
MASTIC   8 User Reviews
MELATONIN   348 User Reviews
N-ACETYL CYSTEINE   73 User Reviews
N-ACETYL GLUCOSAMINE   6 User Reviews
PHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINE   10 User Reviews
SACCHAROMYCES BOULARDII   27 User Reviews
SACCHAROMYCES BOULARDII   27 User Reviews
SELENIUM   19 User Reviews
SOY   43 User Reviews
TORMENTIL   Be the first to review it
TRANSFER FACTOR   42 User Reviews
TURMERIC   212 User Reviews
TURMERIC   212 User Reviews
WHEATGRASS   29 User Reviews
WORMWOOD   11 User Reviews
ZINC   46 User Reviews

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